Vitamin colours refer to bright, saturated hues of colours, namely red, orange, yellow, green and blue. Spotted on fashion runways, these eye-catching colours have made their way into the wardrobes of Korean celebs such as Taeyeon, IU and Blackpink’s Rosé.
Ahead, we show you how these celebs pull off those striking shades without looking gauche – you might be inspired to sport these colours yourself!
Aespa member Karina is seen here with a cropped aviator jacket and high-waisted trousers from Givenchy, which she complemented with a matching red lip for an avant-garde look.
Taeyeon wore a strappy bright red dress before appearing on the variety show Amazing Saturday where she is one of the hosts (alongside Shinee’s Key).
Vitamin colours were once shunned by people but are now widely embraced by the masses, including Korean stars. We reckon that this trend will continue in the near future. Learn from IU and pair your bright dress with a baseball cap for a youthful, casual look.
Red is the colour to wear to exude your confidence and femininity. Like Tiffany, you can opt for a shoulder-baring mini dress that also shows off your legs.
Rosé is wearing a green Reformation dress with a Tiffany & Co. bracelet for a fresh, radiant look. In case you haven’t noticed, green has been a popular colour among Korean stars lately.
The spaghetti dresses worn by Taeyeon, Rosé, IU and Kim Do-yeon all feature solid colours with no patterns, with bright shades that are just right to accentuate their complexion and demeanour.
Yellow is one of the colours of 2021, so its popularity shouldn’t come as a surprise. Not only is Krystal boldly wearing yellow here, she’s also taking it further with chunky Swarovski accessories.
With her bright yellow cardigan and white outfit complementing the flowers and set against the beautiful blue sky, Jessica looks like she’s part of a painting here.
With matching sunglasses, Seulgi’s bright orange cardigan with yellow trim is anchored with white bottoms to prevent the overall styling from looking OTT.
This article was first published in NUYOU. Translation and additional reporting by Ho Guo Xiong.