11 Iconic Styles From BLACKPINK’s “Born Pink” World Tour
BLACKPINK’s “Born Pink” tour was a monumental success, captivating audiences worldwide with their signature high-energy performances, stunning visuals, and powerful vocals. Throughout the tour, which included shows across Asia, North America, Europe, and Australia, BLACKPINK showcased their immense talent and stage presence, delivering hit after hit including their chart-topping singles “DDU-DU DDU-DU,” “Kill This Love,” and “How You Like That.” Their electrifying performances, choreography, and iconic fashion also left a lasting impression on fans.
Here are some of the best outfits that added charm and unforgettable visuals to the overall concert experience:
The iconic pink group outfit
A combination of fierce and feminine, this group outfit has military details and gold elements that are reminiscent of their “Kill this Love” era. This look captures their identity as a group: strong, beautiful, and ready to conquer the world.
Jennie’s “You and Me” ballerina style
Jennie is known as the “human Chanel” for her luxurious and trendsetting fashion sense, and her solo stage outfits during the “Born Pink” tour for her song “You and Me” were no exception. She rocked a cropped top or a corset paired with a matching mini ruffled skirt, complete with ballerina flats and leg warmers that showed off her toned abs and long legs. She wore her solo stage look in different colors and variations but with the same stunning vibe. The outfit is perfect for her svelte silhouette as she was gracefully “dancing in the moonlight.”
Adding a touch of cuteness to her sexy looks, Jennie often wore tiny ribbons on her hair, making her doll-like features stand out even more!
Jisoo’s “Liar” outfits
Jisoo showcased a stunning and alluring look for her solo stage outfit during the “Born Pink” tour for her cover song “Liar,” originally by Camilla Cabello. She wore a custom dress with a matching asymmetrical skirt that beautifully flares on her sides as she moves. Her outfit was a representation of her confidence on stage as well as her individual style.
Jisoo’s classic beauty was also elevated by lovely velvet looks that are both red carpet and stage ready.
Rosé’s luxe fur looks
Rosé delivered a mesmerizing solo stage performance with her powerful vocals and soulful rendition of her solo tracks “GONE” and “On The Ground.” Reminiscent of her green fur outfit in the music video for “Shut Down,” Rosé’s solo stage outfits were a combination of a sleek short dress and a luxurious fur jacket to add volume and drama to her look.
Aside from Rosé’s signature sleek, sophisticated mini dresses, there is one signature item that completed her look: her edgy Doc Martens boots. This added an edge and rockstar vibe to her looks.
Lisa’s “Money” style
Lisa showcased her impeccable dance skills and fierce stage presence while performing her solo tracks “MONEY” and “LALISA.” Her electrifying energy and fluid movements were complemented by her blinged-out outfits with fringes and embellishments that swayed as she busted out her signature dance moves. Her powerful and confident stage presence, coupled with the stunning glamorous looks, made her solo stages shine even more.
Sparkles and denim cool
Lisa also proved that she can effortlessly rock both glam and cool styles in sparkling and denim outfits.
Of course, a BLACKPINK wardrobe would not be complete without their representative designer brands. Rosé is the ambassador for YSL, representing the brand’s rock-chic style with effortless grace. Jisoo represents Dior, known for its elegance and sophistication. Jennie is the face of Chanel, a brand synonymous with luxury and timeless style. And Lisa is the ambassador for Celine, known for its minimalistic yet bold and modern aesthetic.
Dazzling and colorful beauty
As for their makeup looks, the members had a combination of glam and colorful styles while still highlighting their natural beauty.
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DianneP_Kim is an English magazine and online editor based in South Korea. She is the author of a K-pop style book published by Skyhorse Publications, New York, including her second book, “BTS Bible.” Check it out on Amazon, follow her on Instagram @dianne_panda.