Fashion: Monotony to Speciality
Fashion: Monotony to Speciality
  • Choi Shin Woohyun
  • 승인 2017.12.13 12:21
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Personality is an important factor in fashion; however, there is no one correct personality.  Personality reflects one’s discernment and sense of fashion.  Lee Yukyung from the School of Communication & Media '16 shows off her personality by harmonizing fashion items that would be considered monotonous on their own.  Let’s take a look at her fashion.


Lee Yukyung
School of Communication & Media and Department of Clothing & Textiles '16


Q. In a word, how would you describe your fashion style?

I guess ‘matched’ or ‘layered’.  I can’t show my personality by only one concept, so I use a variety of items to define it.  Each piece when combined together is very dramatic.  For this reason, I enjoy mix-matching items.  Especially, along with my clothes, I like to accessorize by adding a hat like a hunting cap or bucket hat.


Q. What inspired you to become interested in fashion?

Despite already being interested in it, the culture at university greatly influenced me.  I would love to go to Fashion Week or any other fashion exhibition, and this made me to prepare a job for a future, perhaps as a fashion editor.  Therefore, I’m currently double-majoring in Communication & Media and Clothing & Textiles.


Recommended Item

1. Hunting Cap / Online Shopping Mall / 15,000 won

2. Top / Flea Market / 9,000 won

3. Oversized Trench Coat / Zara / 150,000 won

4. Echo Bag / Blog Market, 'Our Moments' / 20,000 won

5. Ring Set / Offline in Hyehwa Station / 10,000 won

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