Word by Louise De Luna (@louisedeluna)
Photos by Elaine Quion (@elainequion)
Model: Arianne Calvez
At this point, who hasn’t caught the K-drama fever? But can you blame us? From the amazing storylines perfect for binge-watching to the countless of oppas to swoon over, the reasons are countless. Even Anne Curtis has caught it!
Aside from kilig-worthy scenes and actors, the fashion in K-dramas are always on point. Suffice to say, it’s a recurring search on my Pinterest search bar. Interested in how to achieve the K-drama look on a budget? Just check out these photos below!
Fashion sheath dress (P629)
Wait for your own Goblin and channel your inner Ji Eun-Tak in this P629 outfit! It’s composed of a long see-through dress and white cami. Perfect for date nights with your goblin, I mean, SO and for formal family events.
Channel wedding-vibes in this white dress
Heading to an amusement park or for some out-of-the-box date activity, like Park Bo Young and Park Hyung Sik in Strong Woman Do Bong Soon? That calls for a less formal attire like a sundress and comfortable shoes!
Dress (P145), Bag (P220) & Plain Rubber Shoes (P320)
All in all, this outfit only costs P685! It’s perfect for movies, amusement parks, and even picnics. And considering the heat in our country? You’re sure to be comfortable throughout the day with the lightweight material of the dress, and the cushion provided by the rubber shoes.
As we all know, accessories can make or break an outfit, so here are some accessories to add “oomph!” to your outfit!
Chiffon Cardigan (P280)
As far as cover-up’s go, this chiffon cardigan can be your go-to. Its sheer material can create that ethereal look that can upgrade any outfit!
Pineapple Rubber Shoes (350)
Bored of plain white rubber shoes? Add a touch of fun with this pineapple patched rubber shoes! (Who lives in a pineapple under the sea…?)
Circle Patched Bag (P220)
Lastly, it’s important to have a functional bag for daily use. You can have a functional and cute bag at the same time with this circle patched sling bag.
See? There’s something for every look or peg, and under a P1,000 budget. Who says you can’t achieve your favorite K-drama look without breaking the bank?
Which one of these outfits did you like the most? Tell us in the comments below!