Are You Brave Enough For “Such” Pics?

You must have seen couples wearing same clothes and walking in the streets or wearing clothes which complement each other (especially T-shirts). But we do not think that you have seen couples wearing each others’ clothes and being taken pics.

These photographs emerges by the inspiration caught in a meeting with friends. Hana Pesut, who has taken around 200 “such” photos takes the photos of the couples with their own clothes at first, than want the couples to change their outfits. These are the results: Switcheroo





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