5 Outfit Inspos From K-Dramas That You Can Cop

5 Outfit Inspos From K-Dramas That You Can Cop

Stuck in a fashion rut? Take inspiration from iconic K-drama queens and their fiercest looks for your next #OOTD.

Looking for some outfit inspiration? Seek no more! If you love binge-watching K-dramas, you basically have all the style inspo you need right on your screen.

As much as we badly want to breathe life into our favorite oppas (yes, plural form), the best thing we can do is to relive memorable K-drama scenes and bring into life these iconic fashion moments from our favorite female leads with their outfit choices. 

So join me as we cop five stylish OOTDs from these well-loved K-dramas below. 

Yoon Se-ri from Crash Landing On You

Get that lady boss looks with Yoon Se-ri’s off-white blazer and black miniskirt ensemble at the office. Complete the look by pairing it with a black handbag and dark sunnies and you might just crash land your way to your real life Ri Jeong-hyeok.

Blazer: Shein / Skirt: Thrifted / Bag: Call It Spring / Sunnies: Ayala Malls Central Bloc

Shim Cheong from The Legend of the Blue Sea

Shim Cheong is easily one of the most stylish K-drama female leads of all time. From her Dolce & Gabbana dress to her Manolo Blahnik flats, Shim Cheong is definitely a fashion icon. That is why you wouldn’t want to miss her Miu Miu buttoned-down shirt and shorts look while on the run with our dearest Lee Min Ho.

Shirt: H&M Men / Shorts: Uniqlo

Ko Moon-young from It’s Okay To Not Be Okay

You don’t need to be a children’s book author to wear beautiful outfits. And there’s certainly no need for you to break a bank to wear that obi belt Moon-young is wearing. Forget about that $900-Loewe belt because you can still get that look with some wide belts from Lazada and any vintage yellow dress with ruffle details in your closet.

Dress: Vintage / Belt: Lazada Fashion / Sunnies: Ayala Malls Central Bloc

Yoon Hye-jin from Hometown Cha Cha Cha

Whether you live in a seaside village or you work in a concrete jungle, a solid puffed dress is always a good idea when you want to wear comfortable but trendy pieces. Take your cue from Yoon Hye-jin’s lilac dress paired with a brown baguette bag while in a picturesque town in Gongjin.

Dress: Let’s Stylize / Bag: Secosana

Shin Ha-ri from Business Proposal

Going on a blind date with some random chaebol like Kang Tae-moo? Or maybe planning to go to dinner with your beau? Shin Ha-ri is here to save your day! Cop that black and white look with a tweed minidress or coords, put on a white blazer, and ace that dinner date the Shin Ha-ri way (or maybe less crazy than her). 

Dress: Thrifted / Blazer: Shein