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8 adorable K-pop inspired outfits

Whether you've seen them on TikTok, Youtube music videos, or trending on Twitter, K-pop groups have been taking the world by storm with their fun music, incredible dance choreo and charismatic group members. K-pop music videos and performances are made all the better by the stunning fashion the idols are rocking. We have 6 *adorable* outfits inspired by iconic K-pop group looks. 

The group: Red Velvet

The music video: Russian Roulette

The look:  

Red Velvet's five members are always rocking the trendiest outfits. Their Russian Roullete performance went viral on TikTok a little bit ago, and the fab girl group was slaying the white tennis skirt look *before* it was popular. A red polo adds to the sporty aesthetic and funky earrings and chokers will add extra character. 

The group: TWICE

The music video: More & More

The look: 

The iconic girl group TWICE was topping charts and breaking records with their certified bop "More & More". The whimsical and flowery music video goes perfectly with the boho-chic outfits that radiate *major* spring vibes. We love the combo of bohemian patterns and wide belts to cinch the look together. 

The group: ITZY

The music video: ICY

The look: 

Bright and bold streetwear is part of what gives ITZY their girl power vibes. We love the eye-catching neon tops and sequined shorts (anyone else thinking Taylor Swift Me! performance?) and a pair of thigh-high holographic boots are an item we didn't know we needed in our closets until now. Throw your hair into a high ponytail or high pigtails to take your ICY look to the next level. 

The group: TXT

The music video: Blue Hour

The look:

Tomorrow By Together's song of the summer "Blue Hour" is fantastical pastel goodness. Keep it comfy and cute with simple light wash jeans, a pastel beanie, and a pastel t-shirt. Feel free to DIY crop your tee for extra summer fun. Now all your look needs is some cotton candy to munch on!

The group: BTS

The music video: Boy With Luv

The look:

BTS' outfits can often be found trending on Twitter, and this bubblegum pink fashion is certainly show-stopping. Pair a pink dress with a sparkly pink kimono for loveable girly vibes. (You can never have too much pink!) Dress your look up with your *fave* pair of heels, or dress it down with some chunky sneakers. 

Psst... looking for more BTS inspired fits? Check out these outfits inspired by their Dynamite music video here!

The group: (G)-IDLE

The music video: Lion

The look: 

(G)-IDLE looks like pure royalty in their velvet burgundy and gold combo. Layer a corset over a puffed sleeve top for the ultimate queen of the castle look. A crown is optional... but adds extra sparkle and style. 

The group: MOMOLAND

The music video: BBoom BBoom

The look: 

MOMOLAND's "BBoom BBoom" has an upbeat sound that's perfect for dancing to. A white tutu skirt and white combat boots make a look that is graceful and delicate with a little edge. Wear your favorite cropped sweatshirt and get ready to dance. 

The group: ATEEZ

The music video: Say My Name

The look: 

ATTEZ is slaying the neutral tones in their dark and powerful music video. A triple faux leather combination makes for a girl boss look that's perfect for your next internship interview or important school presentation. 

Happy styling!

Credits:
Red Velvet: Image via Pinterest, Earrings: Etsy, Top: SHEIN, Skirt: Princess Polly, Choker: SHEIN
TWICE: Image via: Pinterest, Dress: BohoPink, Headband: Francesca's, Belt: nastygal
ITZY: Image via: @ITZYofficial, Boots: Dollskill, Shorts: Dollskill, Top: AKIRA
TXT: Image via: Pinterest, Shirt: Levi's, Beanie: Zumiez, Jeans: American Eagle
BTS: Image via: Pinterest, Kimono: Dollskill, Dress: Fashion Nova, Necklace: Etsy
(G)-IDLE: Image via: Pinterest, Top: Amazon, Skirt: Lulu's, Corset: Poshmark
MOMOLAND: Image via: Pinterest, Boots: Nordstrom, Tutu: Dress Romantic, Sweatshirt: Misguided
ATEEZ: Image via: Pinterest, Pants: Misguided, Coat: Misguided, Boots: Misguided
Slider image via: @ITZYofficial

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by Abigail Adams | 4/19/2021
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