Welcome to this week’s Get That K-pop Look , where we showcase an original K-Pop outfit and give you tips on putting together your own similarly styled, affordable outfit.
Fashion weeks aren’t just about the runways. It’s also a great time for stars in the fashion and entertainment worlds to break out their year’s best looks for the festivities surrounding fashion’s biggest week. K-pop’s bests didn’t disappoint this year, especially not T-ARA’s Hyomin. Her look was casual, one that those of us without the access or budget to designer wardrobes could emulate, but was also rad enough to stand out among the crowd of Seoul’s fashion aficionados.
Ultimate Biker Jacket, $82 from ASOS
Moto jackets have always been the iconic cool girl accessory, but in the past year or so, good quality ones have become much more accessible for the average consumer. You’ve got your choice of colored, fringed, bedazzled, or patched these days, but we like that Hyomin stuck with the classic here. If you’re looking for a staple jacket, look no further – this is the one item of clothing that can automatically transform any outfit.
Graphic Raglan Sleeve Baseball Tee, $15.99 from Charlotte Russe
You’ve got statement pieces with both the jacket and the velvet in this look, so it was a great move to keep the top simple yet cool with a retro graphic tee. You may already have a favorite (or three), but if not, this one from Charlotte Russe is so soft and comfy that it feels like it may have been the one sitting in your dresser drawers all these years.
A Line Velvet Skirt, $24.99 from MayKool
Velvet is back and it’s ready to party. This fabric has certainly seen its share of history, and in 2016, it gets to do a little bit of everything, from adorning the necklines of sheer shirts to sashaying away in red. This skirt is a fun and easy piece to add to your closet – it’s extremely versatile and does all the talking in an outfit.
High Shaft Chunky Heel Chelsea Booties, $45.99 from Charlotte Russe
The chunkiness of these heels helps keep some of the edge that the moto jacket and baseball tee brings to this outfit, but it’s still a sleek enough bootie to match the smoothness of the velvet and keep the look sophisticated enough for a saunted down a red-carpeted swirling staircase.