Printed bombers, graphic tees, and smart crew neck sweatshirts. Toggled coats, colorful puffer jackets, and fur trimmed hoods. Vintage inspired shades and versatile winter layers. A mix of comfortable and cosmopolitan, casual with a subtle edge.
The drama had me pining after those enviable threads.
Whether it be durable outerwear ready to combat the elements, modified camo prints, or the pairing of metropolitan black on black, Park Jung Min looks damn cozy.
Dear “Valid Love” wardrobe department, please send me one of Jang Ki Tae’s hoodies. You won’t need ’em after the series wraps anyway, yeah?
I forgot: one of the pluses of having a boyfriend is borrowing his clothes.
Honestly, I hate winter: it’s a miserable, icy, freezing mess – makes me want to hibernate until spring.
Just because he spends most of his time in streetwear, doesn’t mean Ki Tae forgot how to wear a suit.
Because a suit can be a statement piece.
What is it saying, you ask?
Well, to me, the monochromatic grey ensemble below is saying: “This is what your future boyfriend is wearing.”
Who says you can’t fall in love with a man via his clothes?
Like the look?
What would you steal from Jang Ki Tae’s closet?