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Marloes Horst Covers Marie Claire May 2016

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Hey peeps. I have another magazine cover post for you. You know how much I love my British magazines, right? They give me life, and keep me entertained, but some of them do not quite hit the spot, and the cover plays a major role in determining whether I would part with my cash to get an issue or not, and that is the whole idea behind this magazine cover series. I like us to have a virtual conversation, to see what magazine covers people are interested in, our thoughts on the cover star and design, as well as the features on the cover. So let’s get right into it.

Marloes Horst is on the cover of Marie Claire May 2016 issue, and she looks lovely on it. This cover looks great. I love the pose and the Roberto Cavalli outfit looks quite interesting. I have never heard of Marloes Horst before now, had to do a quick Google search on her to discover who she was and what she does, but I am not complaining. I love reading about new people, and a fresh face always interests me.

Marloes Horst is a model, no surprise there, they seem to be on most magazine covers at the moment. Apart from the fact that she models, and is the spokesperson for Maybelline, I couldn’t find anything else on her.

Some of the features look promising like, The Hot Denim Trends, Change your Career Without Going Broke, and Lessons from my Sex Therapist. However, I know for a fact that I won’t be buying this issue. With the unknown cover girl, and ‘OK’ features, it just doesn’t scream buy me, to me.

What do you think of this Marie Claire cover? Are you a fan of Marloes Horst? Drop me a comment, let’s chat.

Thanks for reading.

 

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16 responses

  1. I don’t remember the last time I bought a magazine, it’s a shame they are all so expensive. I love that you’ve analysed the cover and have given a good explanation about your reasons for not buying ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. I must admit I didn’t recognise her face either and the whole one tone cover really turned me off. Far too pink and bland! I barely even noticed the cover stories because of it. Still would be interested in the career article…not sure the magazine is worth it for just that though!

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