8 Wearable K-Pop Fashion Styles
While we're all used to seeing heavily stylized and crazy outfits in K-Pop music videos, it's always a breath of fresh air to see a look that can actually be replicated in real life.
T-ara - Number 9
Black and white was the theme for T-ara's Number 9, and that's definitely a wearable color combination in real life. To master the girls' video style, pick out pieces featuring B&W geometric patterns.
Kahi - It's Me
Kahi showed everyone the right way to wear menswear without looking stuffy. She did so by pairing loose-fit trousers with classic pointy-toed pumps, and layering a graphic tee underneath a blazer.
Spica - You Don't Love Me
Spica demonstrated how flattering the pin-up girl look can be in You Don't Love Me. Take a cue, and opt for a high waisted pencil skirt instead of the typical mini for maximum curve definition.
Sistar - Alone
If you're dressing for a night out, then Sistar's Alone can serve as a source of inspiration. Instead of the typical little black dress, Sistar rocked bold red and high-low hemlines.
Super Junior - Spy
When in doubt, nothing can look as polished as a tailored suit. In Super Junior's case, the boys showed that swapping out the black blazer for a white one is sometimes the perfect style statement.
2NE1 - Happy
2NE1's extravegant clothes in this MV are straight from designer Jeremy Scott's collection. His creative clothing can be found at Adidas Originals stores. He himself even made a cameo in the MV!
Got7 - A
Got7's A wardrobe is the definition of everyday casual. Blue, black, white and red was a common color scheme, with denim and plain black and white tees being the focal points of their looks.
B.A.P - Coffee Shop
Consult the boys of B.A.P when it comes to putting together the perfect polished weekend look. Sticking to a somber color palette, B.A.P's outfits stressed simplicity, and was heavy on the button ups.