How To Dress Up Inspired By Your Favorite Blackpink Member
The world of K-pop is truly a colorful one, from the music, stage concepts, down to the outfits the idols wear. Off-duty fashion is something many idols are into as well, and many fans can admit to copping their idols’ OOTDs once or twice, and putting their own spin on it!
When it comes to everyday fashion, you can say that girl group Blackpink has a pretty cop-worthy closet. While their personal styles are more relaxed compared to their stage outfits, you can’t avoid the fact that they’re still pretty ~bougie~. That oversized gray hoodie you spotted on your favorite member most likely has a hefty price tag. Still, that wouldn’t stop fashion-forward fans from recreating their looks and making it their own.
If you’re looking to channel Blackpink’s sense of style, here’s a breakdown of each member’s personal sartorial taste.
The oldest member and the designated visual of the group can pull off anything—from fancy ‘fits to street-chic looks. But for her personal style, Jisoo seems to lean towards preppy outfits. If you want to incorporate her cute looks into your own style, try including school-girl skirts and cute socks in your look.
On stage, Jennie wears cropped tops and mini skirts, but her off-duty fashion can be quite the polar opposite. On a regular day, you’ll find her in oversized, baggy clothing which she still manages to pull off like a true fashion girl. Don’t think you look good in baggy outfits? Balance out your look with some structure by pairing a loose item with a fitted piece.
Rose’s sense of fashion seems to take a more feminine approach. She also knows how to dress for her body type, too, and would often wear high-waisted bottoms to flaunt her small waist and long legs. You’ll often find her in floral dresses, mini body cons, and printed co-ords.
She may be the youngest member of the group, but Lisa’s power when performing is unmatched. Her on-stage swag translates very well into her off-stage fashion. Catch her slaying in streetwear staples like graphic tees, cargo pants, and bucket hats. Not a fan of a full-body streetwear look? Pair your cargo pants with something a little more feminine like a lacey bralette to balance it out.
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