In case you didn’t notice, there are three popular K-Drama leading lady tropes. Each has a distinct fashion aesthetic that makes it easy to differentiate one from the other. In fact, you can tell which personality they have just by looking at their clothes, accessories, shoes and color choices. Let us introduce you to these three tropes, and show you how to copy the looks of their respective K-Drama female leads without spending too much.
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Both viewers and male leads can’t ever escape the charms of cute leading ladies with bright and bubbly personalities. Their smiles alone can make even the most cold-hearted CEOs or bad boys melt. Mix this with their happy-go-lucky antics and you’ll have the most heart-fluttering romantic comedy stories to ogle all month long.
If your latest style icon is Lim Ju-gyeong from “True Beauty” or Ra-ra in “Do Do Sol Sol La La Sol”, the aesthetic is the carefree girl next door. You can achieve this by sticking to pastel and neutral palettes for your outfits, or slipping into flouncy skirts and frilly dresses.
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The glam girlboss exudes power in the ways she looks, walks and talks to everyone. All of them are successful in their respective high-earning professions, like businesswomen, best-selling novelists and heiresses. They can be portrayed as intimidating or inspirational—and sometimes even both.
A girl’s got to have gems and jewels, especially if she’s aiming to look like Yoon Se-ri in “Crash Landing On You” and Ko Moon-young in “It’s Okay to not be Okay”. These high fashion queens make their outfits look extra eye-catching with intricate jewelry.
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But accessories don’t need to be expensive to look glamorous. At Kultura, you can already get beautifully designed gold Hapao earrings for only P249.75 or chunky acrylic earrings for only P299.75.
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Crime and action dramas are very popular these days, and it often features powerful ladies as detectives, cops and lawyers with sleek and practical fashion styles. Their defining trait is the unfaltering ability to solve problems and face daunting situations without fear. Sometimes, they’re even willing to get their own hands dirty for the greater good. Hong Cha-Young from “Vincenzo” is a recent example.
But as much as we think that K-Drama leading ladies look so cool running in high heels, it’s more practical to chase after bad guys in comfortable sneakers. Buy two and get 50% off on all Champion footwear at Payless stores nationwide or through its official website. This discount is available until Apr. 30.
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