Goretti Etchu, Sheryl Ndasi, Mirabel Ntube bring style, feminism and wardrobe goals on movie set
LIFE- Stylish Characters
It goes without saying that when we take an interest to watch a movie, it is first off about the storyline. Likewise, when a movie has an enviable wardrobe offering, it sells the storyline more. Fashion and style in movies is used to reflect both the characters’ psychological changes and their identity-forming processes. Watching a stylish characters wardrobe changes and emotional transformation enables viewers to identify the storyline.
The characters in the movie Life are not editors or models. They are a group of men and women going about their daily lives. These diversity helps brings a variety of stylish angles as perpetrated by the protagonist.
Stylish Fictional Characters
Everyone on set of this movie looks effing amazing, but the movie is not about wardrobe amazingness. The cast went all in on this one to make a fashion statement. Some of the outfits we can’t wait to see include the pajamas looks brought on set by Goretti and Sheryl. Whether you are more into Sheryl Ndasi’s close fitting looks with a vintage twist or Goretti’s modern fun and flirty style, there is a dress for everyone.
Herewith, our top best-dressed fictional characters from the cast of Life to lookout for this summer.
One of the most feminine wardrobes you will see on screen of a Cameroon movie is that of Sheryl.
Then we have the ace producer Goretti: With her designer pant suits, body-hugging red dress Goretti may just become the most stylish fictional character of all-time.
Last but not least, Mirabel Ntube she epitomizes the ultimate girl gone wild. Comparatively, Mirabel boasts a wardrobe full of luxury brands, accessories, bodycon dresses as seen in the movie.
In your opinion, who do you think is bringing the glam-factor on our screens and who needs to upgrade their wardrobes? Let us know in the comment section below.
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