EXO, known for their cool and sexy image, recently made a comeback with their highly anticipated full album, “EXIST.” However, to the disappointment of many fans, their comeback outfits caused a huge stir and left fans in utter disbelief.
From their first comeback stage on Mnet’s “M Countdown,” where they performed their title track “Cream Soda,” it became apparent that something was amiss.
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Xiumin sported long hair extensions along with a shiny top and bottom, while Sehun donned a jacket with a zebra-like pattern and jeans.
Baekhyun took it to the extreme with excessive necklace accessories and even a pink fur jacket.
But it didn’t stop there. D.O. appeared in a striped suit, Chen in a glossy jacket, and Suho and Chanyeol in satin shirts paired with jeans and black pants, respectively.
The combination of these outfits clashed severely, leaving fans with a bitter taste of disappointment.
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EXO Faces Backlash as Fans Express Disappointment Over Outfits
The backlash from fans was swift, with many expressing their dissatisfaction online.
A topic titled “The disastrous coordi of EXO” gained significant attention on the Korean forum Pann Nate, where fans echoed their disappointment.
Read their comments below:
“Is this their first stage outfit? It doesn’t make sense”
“like a 90s night bamboo fashion.”
“There is no coherence, with shiny shirts, sparkles, and fur. Nothing is satisfying.”
The general consensus was that the outfits failed to live up to the high standards set by EXO, and fans were left longing for a more cohesive and visually appealing style.
On the other hand, EXO’s album “EXIST” was released on July 10th, featuring a total of nine songs, including the catchy title track “Cream Soda.”
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