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The idols were spotted in the exact same cardigan, a fuzzy piece with a bunch of fun multi-colored patterns. The cardigan practically screams, "Notice mehhhh!" with its neon pink and yellow hues, dinosaurs, palm trees, and parrots. Also, you can't tell right off the bat, but the neon stripes also glow in the dark--now that's one heck of a cardigan! But who pulled it off better? This one's a toughie but I think I know who rocked this cardigan better than the other.
As much as I love BamBam and how adorable he is, I couldn't help but think that the cardigan looks way too big on him...and poorly styled. BamBam looks like he walked into his grandmother's closet walked out wearing the most ridiculous-looking cardigan (Though with a cardigan like that, that would be one stylish grandma!). The cardigan may be stylish, but Bam Bam's entire outfit isn't; it lacks a certain chutzpah. Compared to the loud cardigan, the rest of the outfit is just too plain.
On the other hand, G-Dragon really rocked the shit (excuse my French, folks) out of that cardigan! He added his own flair to it, using layers and a bunch of statement accessories, such as thick, white-rimmed shades, hooped silver earrings, and snazzy loafers--classic GD right there. BamBam had also gone bold with his footwear and a necklace but they just don't stand out as much as the accessories on GD.
In conclusion, thumbs up to GD for killing it in the fashion category as always, and another thumbs up to BamBam for trying something new! He's clearly exploring and not afraid to push the limits of his existing style to develop his own unique fashion color.
What do you think? Who rocked this odd yet fun sweater better?