If you’re stuck in a perpetual outfit repeat while you WFH, why not try taking some style inspiration from others? For us, we’re looking at these Korean celebs, simply because they have impeccable fashion sense.
Here, we show you who they are, why we’re obsessed with their style, and how you can replicate their looks for a week’s worth of WFH outfits. Plus, we’ve also included shoe options – in case it’s your turn to run errands.
Best known for her lead roles in The King: Eternal Monarch (2020, as Jung Tae-eul) and Cheese in the Trap (2016, as Hong Seol), Kim Go-eun looks effortlessly stylish while dressed head-to-toe in Chanel. Replicate her look by wearing a camel cardigan as a top and pairing it with a black and white skirt. Finish it off with a pair of understated flats.
This 25-year-old singer-turned-actress proves that black will always be the new black. She wore an ebony leather suit and a pair of killer pumps. As Singapore’s weather is rather unforgiving, we’ve chosen a black cotton suit and a pair of strappy sandals instead.
Park’s known for her stellar acting resume: She helmed several lead roles in shows such as Healer (2014, as Chae Young-shin) and What’s Wrong with Secretary Kim (2018, as Kim Mi-so). Besides that, she has a great sense of style as well. Here, she went with a full white ensemble that looks super comfy, but added a pop of fun with a pastel pink cardigan.
25-year-old actress Suzy Bae definitely knows how to accessorise. She styled a scarf as a wrap around her shoulders, instead of wearing it the traditional way around the neck. Steal her look by wearing a ruffled dress and tying the scarf the same way. Complete the look with a delicate necklace.
Known for her role as Oh Soo-ah in Itaewon Class (2020), Kwon Nara is showing us what refined elegance means. She rocked a trench coat as a dress, and paired it with a pair of sock-boots and an elegant cross-body bag.
This 38-year-old star, best known for playing Yoon Se-ri in K-drama Crash Landing on You (2019), is serving us comfy and polished realness. She wore an oversized striped shirt (which you can casually “steal” from your man’s closet) with a pair of camel chinos. Finish off your look with raffia sandals for that ultimate laid-back look.
Best known for her role as Jo Yi-seo in Itaewon Class (2020), this 25-year-old up-and-coming actress is rocking dark neutrals during winter. Since we don’t have the colder season, ditch the chocolate brown coat she’s wearing. Instead, go for a billowy, off-shoulder top and match it with a grey knife pleated skirt. Opt for a pair of mid-heeled pumps instead for maximum comfort.
If you’re a fan of athleisure, this 38-year old actress can show you how to refine it for WFH. She paired a navy blue bra top with a pair of casual denim jeans and sandals. For meetings, we’d suggest throwing a blazer over.
This 38-year-old model-actress looks sophisticated even when she’s donning pastel colours. The reason? She complemented pastel blue with neutral tones like whites, blacks and camels for gravitas. Do yours similarly: with a sharp blazer, tailored culottes and a pair of sleek flats.
According to this 30-year-old beauty, a floral printed number is a foolproof outfit. Instead of opting your usual blooms, go for something that’s fun and unexpected, like this Louis Vuitton dress. Wear it with a pair of simple earrings and heeled pumps.