Korean Fashion Finds: K-Fashion Tips to Owning White Outfits for 2017 S/S
Don’t be afraid of going white-bold this 2017 S/S. Your favorite K-Stars teach you how!
It’s the peak of Spring with Summer literally just a few weeks away. That means we’re going bright and vibrant for our wardrobe. We know the iconic baby pinks and sky blues, but what about just plain, pure white? It’s definitely a challenging color for many of us, but don’t fret – some of the most famous K-Stars guide us how to rock these babies.
Let’s get our white on for this 2017 S/S!
We’re seeing something similar about these ultra-famous and ultra-fashionable stars… they’re loving this all-white, bold-white look for 2017 S/S!
For our first guide to owning white, let’s take a look at Jessica Jung!
Jessica loves the white on white concept. Match a plain white shirt with a clean white pair of white pants. Feeling a little too white-shy? Just shrug on jacket for that Jessica-look.
Korean fashion boutique, Styleberry’s got you covered!
Adding a little color to your white on white gives your outfit a popping point.
Get inspired by Min HyoRin and Seo HyunJin in pairing your main white piece with some spring colors.
Try a flared out white shirt with baby blue blouses. Remember to keep the white popping with ivory sandals and tote bag.
We can mix in all the colors we want, but what we really want to challenge is completely white! Top actresses Soo Ae and Jun JiHyun recently stole the show in all-white one-piece dresses.
Styleberry’s got you covered. We exceptionally loved the boutique’s all-lace dress, and a one piece featuring spring-colored tribal hems. But let’s keep it all white with white loafer sneakers and a cute white mini-crossbody.
We love these all-white one-pieces, but BoA and actress Chae JungAhn took it one step farther with beautiful jackets on top of their all white outfits.
It may be a little too warm for thicker jackets. That’s why Styleberry has your perfect linen blouse jackets or a light safari coat!
So how about it? Ready to take on the white-white challenge?