Not all people understand the popularity of the couple’s shirt, couple’s shorts, couple’s shoes, etc. However, a Japanese couple has been doing the trend in their own adorable way, giving us all #RelationshipGoals.
Never has #OOTD looked this enviable. Tsuyoshi (“Bon”) and Tomi (“Pon”) Seki are taking social media by storm with their matchy-matchy outfits that prove style is ageless. They have been married for 38 years and dress the same every day. Their unique take on the trend earned them a massive following on Instagram.
The couple’s adorable co-ordinated fashion garnered them a lot of fans on social media. They now have 800,000 followers and counting on Instagram.
Unlike the other couples that took the couple fashion way too literally, Bon and Pon, a 60-something couple from Japan, made their ensembles similar to each other, but not completely the same. For example, if Tsuyoshi wears a shirt with horizontal thick white lines and thin black ones, Tomi will wear the same shirt but with thick black lines and thin white ones. On top of that, they both have a great fashion sense.
Even more inspiring, the couple tags their photos with #over60, #whitehair, #silverhair, and #greyhair, giving the face of fashion a more mature look and proving that style is not exclusively the domain of the young.
Since posting their first photo in December 2016, they have become an internet sensation for snapping photos of their stylish couple outfits, which often feature plaid, patterns, and pretty looks in primary colors.
Instagram captions reveal that the fashion-forward couple favor labels like UNIQLO and Comme Des Garcons. However, the pair is not averse to thrift store shopping.
Bon and Pon always ensure their clothes complement one another, with their outfits being dubbed the ultimate “couple dressing goals.”
Their Bonpon511 Instagram handle is believed to reference both their Christian names and the date they got married.
Hysterical Woman Delays Flight, Saves Fellow Passengers From Plane Crash
She delayed the flight just in time for a miracle.
Sometimes you just can't judge a book by its cover. A hysterical woman caused a scene before a plane could take off, leading to a lengthy delay. However, it was later revealed that she somehow managed to save her fellow passengers and the flight crew from a tragic death.
A video surfaced showing a woman allegedly touched by the power of the Holy Spirit right after boarding on the plane leaving for Jamaica in Dubai. The hysterical girl was caught on video hopping and repeatedly screaming "Jesus! Jesus! Jesus!" as flight attendants tried to calm her down. Unfortunately, the woman refused to take her seat, still shouting as she paced the aisle.
The hysterical woman wouldn't stop shouting, "Jesus!" and effectively delayed the flight.
“The Future Of Work Will Be About Skills – Not College Degrees,” Says Upwork CEO
“The future of work won’t be about degrees. More and more, it’ll be about skills.”
While we all know that a good education leads to greater opportunities in the employment world, one recent survey is telling us that skills are far more important than college degrees. This is according to the 2018 Freelancing in America survey which said that about 93% of freelancers with 4-year college degree admit that skills training is useful. Meanwhile, only 79% say their college education has helped them in their current job.
Commissioned by Upwork and the Freelancers Union, the survey was conducted by Edelman Intelligence. It involved 6,001 workers in the United States.
Work and knowledge isn’t static.
Pink Legacy, The 19-Carat Pink Diamond Sold For A Record-Breaking $50 Million
It was purchased by a popular American luxury brand!
Talk about a stunning sell. The Pink Legacy, a rare and extremely large pink diamond has just been sold for a record-breaking $50 million at Christie's auction house. Additionally, the proud owner of the 18.96-carat gem is US jeweler Harry Winston.
The gorgeous pink diamond was the star at Christie's annual Magnificent Jewels auction at the Four Seasons Hotel des Bergues. Although the gem was expected to be sold at about $30 million, it broke records by going up to $50 million on Tuesday.
There's nothing quite like the Pink Legacy.