5 Easy Winter Looks From K-Dramas That We Need In Our Closets

It’s hard to stay fashionable when your main goal is to stay warm, not get frostbite, or fall in the snow. But don’t lose faith, here are some styles from some K-dramas that will keep us warm and stylish.

jun ji hyun my love from the star

This outfit features a long coat and long boots! It’s perfect for covering up in the winter but also allows you to play around with what goes under that long coat whether it be a mini skirt, jeans, a sweater, or even a crop top; you’ll be warm whether you’re grabbing a drink with friends or squeezing in that last minute gift shopping at the mall. You can also check out more of her stunning outfits from the drama here.

Watch “My Love From the Stars”:

Link to video: www.viki.com/videos/1026409v-my-love-from-the-star-episode-1

Many of us still have to maintain some sort of formality in our dress whether it’s at work, school, or reuniting with family in the winter, even though we all know we just want to curl up into a ball and watch our favorite K-dramas. Blazers can come in extremely useful when trying to class it up, especially on top of sweaters and/or button-ups. Final touches can be made with jewelry of some sort to give it a special embellishment.

Watch “Heirs”:

Link to video: www.viki.com/videos/1017661v-heirs-episode-1

For those who don’t have to deal with the snow and have relatively warm winters, the outfits seen in “Cheese in the Trap” keep it simple. Check out the drama for fashion influences whether it’s for strolling around campus or cramming for finals in a coffee shop.

Watch “Cheese in the Trap”:

The outfits in “Healer” aren’t flashy and are actual quite casual, but they do wonders with one key item. Turtlenecks are great for so many reasons in that they keep you warm and accentuate your jaw line.

Watch “Healer”:

Seeing these pictures just makes me wish even more that I had a bomber jacket! You can see these commonly worn around by many. Whether it’s solid, like the one Suzy has on above, embroidered, or bedazzled, they are surely to be considered in-style. Throw on a turtleneck underneath and your favorite combat boots and you’re good to go. You’ll be rocking it just like Suzy in “Uncontrollably Fond”!

Watch “Uncontrollably Fond”:

What winter styles from K-dramas do you enjoy? Let us know in the comments below!

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