The evolution of power dressing in K-dramas

Think K-Drama fashion, and you’re likely to imagine a very colorful, vibrant, and feminine image popping into your head. But the K-Drama fashion book has evolved over time. All of these characters have gone through an evolution in personal style and aesthetics. Whether they are on the good side or the bad side, whether they play lawyers or business women, ladies let their fashion do the talking.

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The style everyone is talking about, and with good reason, is feminine power dressing. Back-to-work cuts have never looked so stylish on our screens – it’s obvious, the stylists behind these flawless looks aren’t here to play it safe. Gone are the days of stereotypical skirts, they now wear sharp cut blazers and trousers.

We all love Hong Cha-young’s (Vincenzo) master cut blazers. I mean, she was the star of the show in every aspect. Viewers love seeing these boss cuts which add so much more to the fiery aura. Power dressing here is not limited to basic monochromatic or solid color looks, ladies love to play in pastels or pop colors to bring more life.

So if you’re looking to revamp your office outfits, here are some of our favorite boss looks to take inspiration from:

Jung Eun-chae as Goo Seo-ryung in The King: Eternal Monarch

Seol In-Ah as Jin Young-Seo in the business proposal

Park Min-Young as Sung Deok-Mi in his private life

Yoo In-Na as Kim Sun In Goblin

Jeon Yeo-Been as Hong Cha-young in Vincenzo

Park Eun-bin as Woo Young-woo in Extraordinary Attorney Woo

Son Ye-jin as Yoon Se-ri in Crash Landing On You