Fans rejoice as Anne Shin hye ‘wears a too bold white above-the-knee skirt’…! | FRIDAY DIGITAL

Fans rejoice as Anne Shin hye ‘wears a too bold white above-the-knee skirt’…!

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Korean professional female golf player Anne Shin-hye, nicknamed “Sexy Queen,” has been attracting attention for her “pink above-the-knee one-piece dress” that she posted on her Instagram account. She has been inundated with comments praising her as “too beautiful,” “a goddess,” and “cool.

Anne Siné showed off her pink golf outfit. The bold design fits her body line (from her Instagram @shinaeahn).

Today, too, a pin club ♡” (from Anne’s Instagram)

Anne posted a photo taken on the green of a golf course. Her bright pink one-piece dress is only above the knee in length and has a bold design that closely follows her body line. The white high socks and sun visor are striking, both with Mizuno logos.

This photo is believed to be a promotion for Mizuno Golf Apparel, for which Anne is a model. Ahn has also appeared in PR videos for the company’s products.

Born in Seoul, South Korea in 1990, Ahn moved to New Zealand when she was nine years old and began playing golf in earnest, joining the KLPGA in 2008 and becoming a professional golfer. She then decided to make her Japan women’s golf debut in 2017.

Although she has attracted a great deal of attention as a professional golfer, her fashion sense has recently become the sole topic of conversation. She likes to wear bold designs in her personal clothing, which she shows on Instagram. All of them are well received by her fans, and she always receives many admiring comments.

On the golf course, Anne also wears well-designed clothes. She says, “I like things that make my body look tight,” and she wears tight-fitting clothes that clearly show her body line. And she often wears mini-skirts, which has created new golf fans.

More people are going to be crazy about Anne Shinae today!

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