25 People Who Accidentally Dressed Like Inanimate Objects

At some point in our lives, most of us have accidentally worn the same outfit as a family member, friend, or stranger. Although this can be embarrassing, this sort of matching is just the beginning. What if your clothing doppelgnger wasn't a human, but an inanimate object? That's not awkward–it's impressive! This happens more than you might think. People have inadvertently matched hotel carpets, phone cases, suitcases, and even highlighter pens, which begs the question: who wore it better?

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