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Food-inspired fashion that will make you want to look twice

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Submitted by: Fidea Encarnacion

In the list of the many things that the internet loves, fashion and food would have to be somewhere in the top 5. But what do we get when you combine the two together? Well, here’s where we introduce you to Sine Benjaphorn, a 22-year-old from Ratchaburi, Thailand.

In a quick chat with InqPOP, she shared that it’s really the food that inspired her to make the costumes.
Her posts have been recently trending online. Benjaphorn’s works include cosplaying high-fashion looks, celebrities, and even some of the well-known pop culture characters. The twist though with her costumes is that she uses day-to-day materials and the main focus of the outfits are the food or snacks that you can buy at your regular supermarket.

To give you an idea, here are some of our favorites:

From Rihanna’s MET Gala look which everyone loved:

To a high-fashion magazine ensemble using Lay’s snack packs:

Plus a few cosplays of our favorite superheroes from DC and Marvel:

Or of Ace from One Piece:

And how can we miss these genius cosplays of an ice cream and Hello Kitty from this ladies’ pad pack?

When we asked of any upcoming projects, Benjaphorn replied that she plans to do Disney characters next time.

From what we’ve seen so far, we’ll definitely be looking out for more.

To check out her works, you may follow her accounts on Instagram and Facebook.

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