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Saturday Night Live "Fashion Coward" Sketch April 2019

This SNL Skit Came For My Whole Closet When It Called Out "Fashion Cowards"

If you count yourself among the fearless minds in fashion, then putting together an eye-catching outfit is easy-peasy. Mixing patterns? No problem. Electrifying colors? Bring it on. Yet, many shoppers don't fall into this bold and breezy approach to dressing. Instead, they belong to a stylishly shy caliber. Emma Stone helped bring these "fashion cowards" to life during her Saturday Night Live hosting gig on April 13.

This all-too-relatable sketch will resonate with anyone who has a brown cardigan or navy t-shirt hanging up in the closet — yep, you know the ones. In SNL's fictional store, you can find shirts only halfway covered in buttons, "pants for legs," and big gray zip-up sweatshirts that double as invisibility cloaks. Uh, is it bad if I want one for myself?

The store may be fake, but the laughs are real. Watch the full skit above to get a glimpse into what a Fashion Cowards location would be like — fitting rooms and all.

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