Most Stylish K-Drama Characters' Outfits To Draw Inspiration From, Gen-Z Girls Take Notes To Slay

Korean drama characters set significant fashion goals, and here we decode some of their looks from which you can take inspiration to dress up.


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Most Stylish K-Drama Characters' Outfits To Draw Inspiration From, Gen-Z Girls Take Notes To Slay

Korean dramas are known to impress everyone in every possible department. Be it in terms of storyline, screenplay or even the clothes and style of the characters. The Korean fashion industry is known for its iconic statement pieces, and they are one of the most progressive fashion industries in the world. So, it’s evident that the K-drama characters will be well-dressed and have a unique style statement.

K-dramas characters are always dressed to impress, and in that way, they have influenced millions. Certain characters are dressed in such statement clothes that their outfits now have an identity of their own. For instance, Lee Min Ho’s fur coat from his 2009 drama, Boys Over Flowers gained immense popularity. It was even a staple piece in the closets of many. Here are a few stylish K-drama characters from whom you can take inspiration for dressing up.

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#1. ‘Yoon Se-ri’ from Crash Landing On You

The South Korean heiress, ‘Yoon Se-ri is one of the most well-dressed characters of K-town. ‘Yoon Se-ri’ power dresses in corporate formals but with feminine touch. All through the show she wears long winter coats with designer handbags. She mostly sticks to neutral colors, and accessories with dainty neckpieces, chunky sunglasses and expensive handbags. If you want to make a statement and ooze out power with your outfit then ‘Yoon Se-ri’s style is the one for you.

#2. ‘Sung Deok-mi’ from Her Private Life

‘Sung Deok-mi’ is an art museum curator, who is a very responsible lady and a go-getter. To represent her personality, she is always dressed to perfection. Her wardrobe consists of blazers, flared or straight trousers and plenty of pantsuits. Her color scheme in most scenes is neutral, but some vibrant hues are sometimes added. She pairs up all her suits with sharp stilettoes. She radiates major boss-lady vibes in her corporate formals.

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#3. ‘Ko Mun-yeong’ from It's Okay To Not Be Okay

'Ko Mun-yeong’ brought back the cottage core fashion in trend. The character dealt with intense mental issues and did not like socialising much. However, she was always dressed in feminine flowy garments with voluminous sleeves and frills. She indulges in both neutral shades as well in vibrant colors. She accessorises all her looks with either dainty or statement earrings. Her outfits are perfect for those who prefer feminine clothes but also want them to be conservative.

#4. ‘Jang Man-wol’ from Hotel Del Luna

‘Jang Man-wol’ is the epitome of vintage-dramatic dressing. All her outfits have a lot going on the top half and go subtle as it proceeds down. ‘Jang Man-wol’ is often spotted in bright and vibrant and noticeable colors as her character liked to be the centre of attraction. She accessorises her looks with hairclips, diamond necklaces and extravagant hats. If your personality is loud and you love colors, then ‘Jang Man-wol’s wardrobe is ideal for you.

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#5. ‘Seo Dalmi’ from Start-Up

As the drama's title suggests, it is about a girl who aims to start her own company. 'Seo Dalmi's outfits are casual and chic. Through the majority of the drama, she is dressed in casual denim and tees, but when she dresses up for business meetings, she prefers casual business outfits. Mostly dressed in neutral hues, 'Seo Dalmi’ in business settings is dressed in blazers, pencil skirts, or formal pants. What steals the show is her wide variety of handbags. If you want inspiration in the business casual line, then the wardrobe of ‘Seo Dalmi’ is perfect for you.

#6. ‘Do Bong Soon’ from Strong Woman Do Bong -soon

'Do Bong-soon' is your typical cute millennial living in plaid skirts and loose coats. Her outfits are effortless, yet they look cute and put together. She wears a lot of checkered prints and preppy plaid coats and skirts. Most of her outfits are loose-fitted and baggy, which exudes ultimate comfort. 'Do Bong Soon's outfits perfectly complement her bubbly personality. So if you have a similar personality and love comfortable skirts, you would love her fashion game.

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#7. ‘Hong Cha-young’ from Vincenzo

'Hong Cha-young' is a sassy lawyer who is very feisty and has an impeccable fashion sense. She is always dressed in professional attire. She often sports pantsuits, silk shirts with trousers and blazers. She also accessorises all of her looks with dainty jewellery and expensive heels. Her jewelleries are mostly from Swarovski, Bulgari and Tiffany & Co, and her heels are mostly from Roger Vivier. 

#8. ‘Joo-Eun’ from Private Lives

Antagonistic characters are mostly the best-dressed characters in a series, and ‘Joo-Eun’ is no different. ‘Joon-Eun’ is a con artist who adapts into the skin of numerous identities to fool people. Every look of hers is different from the others, and it keeps improving with the episodes. From her leather-jacket swindler look to her tie-up dresses, casual shirt, and sneakers look, ‘Joon-Eun’ provides variety like no other. If you like a bit of every world, then ‘Joo-Eun’s wardrobe is perfect to draw inspiration from.

#9. ‘Yoon Hye-jin’ from Hometown Cha Cha Cha

‘Yoon Hye-jin’ has a very feminine and soft fashion style. Her looks are mostly simple, elegant and breezy. All her outfits are statement Korean pieces and are stereotypically popular as Korean outfits. ‘Yoon Hye-jin’ adorns cute cable knit tops, puffy sleeves dresses, and cropped jackets. She prefers black trousers, flowy skirts, and straight-fit pants for lowers. She accessories with minimal jewelleries and often carries small sling bags. Her outfits are perfect for those who love comfortable yet chic and romantic outfits. 

#10. ‘Yu Na-bi’ from Nevertheless

‘Yu Na-bi’ has the perfect wardrobe for students. Being a struggling student, Na-bi rarely gets the time to indulge in styling, so she opts for casual yet chic clothes. She adorns casual tees with denims or straight-fit pants and layers her outfit with shirts. Her staple uniform primarily consists of pencil skirts paired with oversized pullovers. Yu Na-bi’s signature footwear is her white sneakers, which goes with all her outfits. 

Let us know which K-drama character is your fashion inspiration. 

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