Many may have joined the Hallyu wave because of their favorite Oppas, but right now there is a growing following for the leading ladies and their fabulous style! Gone are the days of researching the men’s dating profiles; the limelight has shifted towards the designer ensembles and figuring out how to cop the look for yourself. From the clothes and accessories to the hair and make up, there is a lot we can learn from the K-drama queens (and kings, who are usually just as fashionable). We’ve rounded up different looks to use as inspiration when planning your outfits for all the wedding festivities. If you have any other glam looks to add to the list, share it with us in the comments section below!
Although the best piece of advice might just be to “be yourself,” it never hurts to look good while doing it! Dr. Kang Mo Yeon looked perfectly polished in a pink blouse tucked in a knee-length circle skirt. You can match the look with nude colored platforms for that added height AND confidence!
With white dominating as the unofficial wedding gown color, take the chance to veer away from tradition when an opportunity presents itself. Like for an engagement shoot, you can wear something as vibrant and trendy as Ko Moon-young’s floral mini dress! The colorful, form-fitting material and statement bow will definitely emphasize your best assets and result in stunning photographs.
We all know that one of the most important suppliers you will be choosing is your wedding coordinator. Make an impression when you first meet by dressing to the nines like Yoon Se-ri in her white asymmetrical blazer and tailored black shorts. Don’t be afraid to show that you mean business because you do want a coordinator that does not scare easily and whose style matches your own.
If you can’t wear a sequinned dress embellished with rhinestones on your “last” night as a single woman, when else could you? You deserve to standout from your beautiful bride tribe and enjoy the unrivalled attention you will be getting. Shim Cheong paired her shiny pink number with satin flats, which might be a great idea if you plan on moving around and dancing the night away with your girls.
Of course Ko Moon-young was going to make an appearance on this list twice because of her unparalleled ensembles! Bridal showers tend to be a celebration of the bride moving up to the next phase of womanhood, and what is more feminine than eyelet and puff sleeves? She looked so fresh as she styled her frock with wool mules, gold hoop earrings, and a fishtail braid.
Since religious ceremonies may require more conservative gowns, a second look on your wedding night is the answer if your style is more audacious or if you’re looking to show off the results of all the workouts and diets. Cheon Song-yi’s gown may look simple and elegant from the front, but when she turns, you see that slinky bow detail. A back-baring dress will surely result in that kilig moment when your leading man drapes his suit jacket over your shoulders!
Although the festivities may have drained you, it will be worth it to plan your last look for the evening. You can get a few ideas on what to wear from Ji Sun-woo’s extensive collection of silk nightdresses and loungewear. The silky material is a great option for ladies who are just not as comfortable with full-lace alternative. The best part about investing in luxe sleepwear? You’ll be wearing them again and again and keeping them in regular rotation with your cotton pyjamas.
Although we probably won’t be booking any flights soon, there’s nothing wrong with dreaming of honeymoon destinations and the matching wardrobe you’ll be packing. Seo Dan was the embodiment of traveling in style when she arrived in Penang dressed in a fully coordinated floral number. The outfit made sense due to the cool climate of her destination, but if you’re thinking somewhere more tropical, you might have to do away with most of the layers!