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Stray Kids’ Felix Looks Good In Every Color, These 15 Pictures Are Proof

He rocks them all.

Stray Kids‘ Felix is lovely and talented, and rocks everything he wears. Here are 15 looks that are proof he looks good in every color.

1. Pink

Soft pink suits Felix well, especially with his signature blonde hair.

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The cheeks on the heart are an excellent touch (plus a bonus Hyunjin).

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2. Red

These red looks are as bold as Felix.

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3. Orange

Orange isn’t an easy color to pull off, but this bright look is perfect for Felix.

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4. Yellow

These yellow details are the perfect complement to his blonde hair.

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5. Green

Bright green is totally Felix’s color.

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6. Blue

This navy blue is a softer styling even if it’s a darker color than Felix usually wears.

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7. Purple

This lilac look is sweet and lovely.

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8. Black

All black looks are never a miss.

9. White

All white looks don’t look good on everyone, but they do on Felix.

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10. Neutrals

Whether it’s a brown suit or an eclectic mix of neutral patterns, Felix makes it look great.

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What’s your favorite color on Felix?

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“I Thought They Were Getting Canceled,” Why Some People Are Seeing “END TXT” & “HATE TXT” Trending On Twitter

TXT has found a genius way to promote their newest album.

Recently, ‘END TXT‘ and ‘HATE TXT‘ have been trending on Twitter, causing fans and non-fans to worry about the group getting canceled before finding out the reason.

However, this trend is actually promoting the group’s comeback with a new album, ‘Minisode 2: Thursday’s Child.’ The new albums include three versions which are called “HATE,” “END,” and “MESS.”

So, fans started typing HATE TXT and END TXT on their feeds which caused the terms to trend, with the byproduct being TXT’s new album receiving promotion on the social media platform. While this trend gave some fans a scare, it proved to be a genius marketing strategy as it is even bringing nonfans to ask about this trend.

Source: Allkpop