I´ve always wanted to visit South Korea so you can just imagine my envy when my friends spent their sem break vacay in the country just a month after I visited them in Thailand. They went for a week of getting around in Seoul in the midst of fall. Let´s take a look at the fall outfits they wore.
If you´re to visit this beautiful country for the first time, remember that South Koreans have a distinct fashion style. They´re known for wearing splashy designs and they´re genuis when it comes to pattern and color mixing. They also ace perfect layering which sometimes, we can only wish to achieve. But fret not. You´re a tourist and not a Korean, you need not dress exactly like one but at least you should know how to blend well.
An adorable beanie
An adorable beanie does not only keep your ears warm, it´s also great in topping an all black outfit or complement a bright look. If you´re for an all-american denim ensemble, simply add a colorful beanie for a fab twist.
Neutrals + Bright
If you´d like to put your hands on color combination but unsure of how to wear more than one bright hue in a look, remember to always temper your mix with neutrals such as beige and nude animal print.
Layer a cute skater skirt
Play up a cute skater skirt with stone white button shirt, colored vest, nude tights, and lace up knee-high boots. MJ added bright dangling earrings, her signature style.
A pair of cool shoes
Seoul is a city where cool edgy boots are a norm. Brave those striking sporty tall boots to team with a fine floral frock and polished with a complement trench. Daisy is wearing the boots which her hubby bought for her during his stay in Netherlands.
Black + Bright
Looking for a polished way to wear your fave colored jeans? Try with an all black – black pullover and black tall leather boots.
A pop of cute pattern
Feeling dull in a solid colored long-sleeved dress? Wrap a cute patterned scarf around your neck such as this dotted cozy scarf seen on Joy.
Cozy leg warmers
Keep those legs warm in a playful pair of leg warmers. With them atop your leggings if you opt for ankle boots, or as a peekaboo under your tall boots.
What do you think girls? What do you suggest for me to wear on my first visit to South Korea for my next travel to Asia?