Bold & Beautiful: 5 Gorgeous Fashion Looks From Currently Airing K-Dramas

One of the best things about K-dramas is the incredible outfits. The wardrobe department knows how to make viewers green with envy by just looking at all the wonderful clothes the main stars wear. With dramas such as “Cheer Up” and “Love is for Suckers” currently airing, there are lots of K-dramas to look out for during this style season. Here are some of their lovable fashion choices to appreciate!

Sizzling Cheerleading Costumes

Yonhee University is thriving in beauty and elegance with the Theia Cheerleading Squad’s uniforms! In “Cheer Up,” the students’ bright and lively outfits have a Spanish fair that’s easy to envy. Theology student Hae Yi (Han Ji Hyun), cheer squad president Jung Woo (Bae In Hyuk), medical student Sun Ho (Kim Hyun Jin), and cheer squad vice president Tae Cho Hee (Chang Gyu Ri) flaunt their individual personalities in these highly decorated uniforms. These gorgeous clothes need to be available for fans to buy as soon as possible!

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Stunning Business Ensembles

The cast of “Love is for Suckers” knows how to make an entrance. This K-drama about two best friends has only just begun, but they’ve already made everyone jealous with their impeccable sense of style! Goo Yeo Reum (Lee Da Hee) demands respect as a television producer with her sophisticated pastel blouse and pants, while chef John Jang (Park Yeon Woo) is the evil contrast to her protagonist role in his black shirt and slacks with a pop of color. Nonetheless, he is still stunning! But Goo Yeo Reum’s best friend Park Jae Hoon (Choi Siwon) beats all of them as the plastic surgeon in an amazing dark suit. Without the tie, this outfit is casual enough for the office but also makes you ready for a fancy dinner party.

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Comfortable Clothes For Any Occasion

What better way to define your own fashion than by gaining inspo from the series “Love In Contract”? Teaching clients about marriage is what Choi Sang Eun (Park Min Young) does best. Her fashion sense is also amazing, and her neon-colored loungewear looks like she is making a fashion statement at home. On the other hand, Choi Sang Eun’s client-turned-best friend, Woo Kwang Nam (Kang Hyun Suk), is incredibly comfortable in anything he wears. T-shirts, sweatshirts, and jeans look perfect on him no matter what his schedule looks like.

Choi Sang Eun’s mysterious long-term client Jung Ji Ho (Go Kyung Pyo) and famous actor Kang Hae Jin (Kim Jae Young) sport light and dark polo shirts like magazine fashion models. It’s no doubt that they are handsome, and the colors also give viewers a glimpse into their personalities.

Trendy Bright Colors

When in doubt, choose a bright shirt, pants or dress to enhance any outfit. The “Love In Contract” cast loves bringing out the bright colors to show off their cheerful moods or to just match their favorite pieces. Even supporting characters dress in bright blouses, suits, and more to reflect the season and its current trends. You can feel the optimistic vibe just from their uplifting colors!

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Signature Jackets

Jin Jung (EXO‘s D.O.) makes his mark as the meddling prosecutor who wears distinctive jackets. From grungy to a leather look, Jin Jung knows how to make his presence known. All eyes are on him in “Bad Prosecutor,” and the drastic contrast of his partner and senior prosecutor Shin Ah Ra’s (Lee Se Hee) standard business jackets is striking. She is all work and no play!

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Hey Soompiers, which character’s sense of style mirrors your own? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below!

KMoody is a Soompi writer who is a longtime Korean drama fan. Her favorite dramas include “Boys Over Flowers,” “Dream High,” and “Love Alarm!” For more information about her personal and professional writing journey, follow her on Instagram at BTSCelebs.

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