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[Giveaway] Louis Quatorze Purses

If you follow Korean fashion, you’re probably familiar with the accessories brand Louis Quatorze. It was first founded in 1980 by Paul Barrate. A French leather artisan, his vision for the brand was to incorporate art, sophistication, and an artisan spirit to create beautiful, luxurious accessories.

We are very excited to announce that Dramabeans has partnered with Louis Quatorze for a special giveaway! Three lucky winners will receive a Louis Quatorze bag.

Eagle-eyed drama watchers will have noticed Louis Quatorze bags on the arms of celebrities and characters from dramas like I Hear Your Voice, Secrets and Lies, and Heirs, just to name a few. To enter the giveaway, simply leave a comment telling us which K-drama character’s fashion speaks to you and which bag will help you achieve this look. Choose one purse from the five on the image board below. (Louis Quatorze bags typically retail for between $200 and $600 so whoever wins is in for a treat.)


L-R Clockwise: Leather String Bucket Bag, Leather briefcase, Eclat, Mini flap, Quilted crossbody

The giveaway is open internationally and will end on Monday, February 18, 2019. If you want to keep up with Louis Quatorze’s latest accessories, you can follow them on Instagram. Good luck!

 
Giveaway Rules:

  • Leave a comment below telling us which K-drama character’s fashion speaks to you and which bag will help you achieve this look.
  • Make sure to use a registered account on Dramabeans so we can contact you if you win.
  • There is no limit to the number of times you enter (though each entry should be unique). The contest will end on Monday, February 18, at 11:00 PM, Pacific Time. (Here’s a handy-dandy time zone converter, so you can figure out what that is in your local time.)
  • We will announce winners next Thursday, February 28, and email winners directly. If you have any questions in the meantime, email us at [email protected]

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On days that I want to be Do Bong Soon, the Leather String Bucket Bag will be perfect

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yass!

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The mini flap is essential on days that I wanna dress up like Yoon Ji-ho of Because This Life Is My First. Just the right size for dates with my very own Se Hee

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shim yi young! she has only to open the front door and serve tea and get berated and looked down on all the whilst wearing the prettiest dresses! Paint the town red for her (me)!

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I love Jang Mari's fashion from the drama Big. While the drama had its faults, the taste in clothing was not one of them! Jang Mari had such a great collection of headbands coupled with the cutest dresses and blouses. The quilted crossbody would fit really well with her outfits since it provides a nice flare.

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INSERT Cheon Song-yi (Jun Ji-hyun, My Love from the Star)
Sah-ree! I’m here to ‘slay the day’! That quilted cross body bag (design) is as timeless as my Do Min-joon (Kim So-hyun)❤️

How I love love love to be Cheon Song-yi even for a day. Her style is never outdated; she could even wear a sack and still look ravishing.

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Since there seems to be a lot beanies wanting to Slay the Day & dressing like Cheon Song-yi.

Allow me to ‘Secure the Bag’ instead. Although I still imagine myself sashaying the red carpet like CS...my alterego is also screaming Na Bo-ri (Gong Hyo-jin, Biscuit Teacher & Star Candy). That Eclat is perfect for my ‘Hello My Teacher- attire” and who knows, I might also secure my own Park Tae-in (Gong Yoo) #noonaislove

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I liked Ji Hae Soo's fashion in It's okay, that's love! I think the slay the day sis bag would go well with some of her more tailored looks! She pulls off things that are casual but slightly eccentric, like bootcut jeans and cool graphic tees.

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I liked Go Hye Ran's looks in Misty, because she's so professional and sharp looking. She looks edgy and so tailored at the same time. I think the paint the town red look with the leather briefcase is so her!

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When it comes to fashion, Secretary Kim is probably one of my favorite fashion inspiration that bends the office style rules without breaking any of them. Despite wearing mostly pastels, giving her a feminine appeal, she's not afraid to have a statement accessory such as her bag collection that is quite similar to Treat Yourself. Her bag repertoire is worth every girl's envy.

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Secure the Bag its sleek, classy and understated elegance speaks to me, just like the fashion of Seo Eun Joo as Kevin Lee's wife in Misty.

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Of all outfits out there in kdrama land (which are MANY 😅) there's Park Min young's as Kim Mi So in 'What's wrong with secretary Kim'. Her classy and simple office fashion is just my type. Especially her one-piece dresses and particularily that fluttering canary yellow dress she wore to a dinner date with the Vice President; in addition to 'Slay the day sis' bag .it would be complete *_*

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Badass and extremely fashionable Ok Da-jung is a dream! Truly one of a kind character.

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I do not have her physique nor as fierce but Go Hye Ran from Misty is my fashion inspiration. Her work outfits are classy and eye catching. "Secure the Bag" fits in with that style because it's simple but polished.

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I absolutely adored Jun Jihyun's fashion in Legend of the Blue Sea. She always looked so elegant and well put together, but also a bit spunky with her choice of clothing. Shimcheong is my fashion idol, and I feel like wearing the Mini flap in the outfit 'slay the day sis' would be perfect embodiment of something she would wear.

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I have to say I am loving Lee Na Young’s fashion in Love is a Bonus Book - Kang Dan Yi style is casual but office appropriate and chic, it’s comfortable while being also very stylish. I especially love the outfit she wears at the end of episode five - the oversized coat in plaid with the chunky white sweater with a skirt is totally a vibe I would love to rock! I could totally see her carrying the Eclat bag - like Kang Dan Yi it’s functional and fashionable which is always my go to!

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Though The Time We Were Not In Love isn't my favourite drama, Ha Jiwon really blew me away with her fashion in that drama. Ha Jiwon as Oh Hana became a real style icon in my life, and I think the Mini flap would lend itself really well into achieving an Oh Hana look!

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Reach of Sincerity's Oh Yoon Seo rocks her styles as celebrity and legal secretary! I am particularly fond of her office clothes that are both stylish and easy to wear for work or a nice day out. The Leather String Bucket bag would be the perfect match with a business casual outfit, looking stylish while holding all the necessary files for a busy day.

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Hands down: Lee Boyoung in "I Hear Your Voice." She KILLED office appropriate wear. As someone who works in an industry where those barely-there skirts and sky-high heels would get me fired faster than you can say "oppa," I liked that I could look at her wardrobe for inspiration for the day I'm no longer a mess (i.e. the day I have the disposable income to walk into a department store and say "help" without worrying about the corresponding price tag)! For that, I'd take "secure the bag"--big enough to shove in a notebook, papers from work, pens, ID cards, maybe even a pair of ballet flats for those days you'll be on your feet for 10 hours! The dream.

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Oh man I skimmed the part of the post where you mentioned these bags were IN THAT SHOW. No wonder it spoke to me so much!

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hahaha:)

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I aspire to dress as well as GO HYE RAN (Kim nam joo) in Misty. Her style statement speaks volume. 'Secure the bag' would be THE perfect companion.

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Sunny not sun-hee in Goblin. She carries her style in a classy and poise way. Hers was not exaggerated yet it feels full just looking at it. 'Treat yourself' would complement her look.

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Park Minyoung in "What's Wrong With Secretary Kim." Again, kdrama fashion coordinators--have ANY OF YOU WORKED IN AN OFFICE? The people onset working with Minyoung knocked it out of the part with conservative pencil skirts (but can you imagine sitting in that for 5 hours? Especially after lunch? As if!) and those delicately feminine skirts.....

I can see her in a "secure the bag" throwing every "just in case" item inside of it to save the day! That covers my dream look--corporate but cool--and work-related goal--a pinch hitter that always gets the job done! Maybe if I dress like her, my ending will be like hers!

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Soo young from encounter/boyfriend 😍 I just wonder how she looks so flawless in anything 😍 after seeing that drama I wanna style like her Atleast once 😍 but honestly I don't match with her but I wish to like her

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My style mostly near too park shin hye in Doctors 😍😍 I just wear simple outfits that are comfortable and stylish at same time ... and I think leather string bucket or quilted cross body is my type 😍😍

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I think the standard for me of kdrama fashion will always be the fabulous Cheon Song Yi from My Love from Another Star. The treat yourself red bag is definitely perfect for her!

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Nam Ji Hyun as Eun Bong-hee from Suspicious Partner. I like the simple but elegant professional looks. "Paint the Town Red" will give the impenetrable appearance of "don't mess with me" impression.

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Yes! Her look was very young professional and looked great on her!

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I am totally in love with yoo in na’s style in both Goblin and her new show touch your heart. Her style is BOLD versatile and daring! The slay the day sis purse would definitely help me achieve some of her looks! It’s not too flashy but makes a statement !

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Basically Secretary Kim's entire wardrobe is what my closet aspires to be: she had so many classy blouses and nice business casual outfits that would be nicely topped off with the Outfit on Fleek (to match her nice color scheme).

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Honorary mention: Yoo Hye Jung's outfits underneath her doctor gown were also super nice. I feel like they would match with the Treat Yourself bag because her character's outfits were classy but bold.

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I just can picture Secretary Kim walking like a boss that she is, social outfit with a Paint the Town Hand. I can imagine her slaying on those meetings, problems at the office, and still paying attention to every detail of her boss (now husband!) life :)

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Hiii,
one of my ultimate and favourite k-drama character fashion has got to be baek in ha from cheese in the trap! her style was so out there showing off her character but at the same time, she looked so perfect and sophisticated! I think the outfit on fleek bag would perfectly capture her style for me!

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After watching The Package, I saved screencaps of Lee Yeon-Hee's So so's fashion. I think that's the only drama where i loved everything a characters wears. Everything was suited for the actress and worn so well. Stylish but comfortable. Little by little, i buy pieces that are a replica of what she wore in the drama. From the green trenchcoat to her gold necklace jewellery haha. In the fashion spirit of So so, i would choose Outfit On Fleek to be the best match.

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Secretary Kim Miso is my fashion goal be it her nothing-to-do-home-wear, working "uniform" attire, or her dolled up dresses and gown! She looks soo~ efortlessly pretty and confident and i'm so going to steal her looks.

Remember how she look sooo pretty with her yellow dress she used for her date with vice prez? I think "slay the day sis" really goes well with that dress.

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While it waan't a highly rated drama, I think Choi Ji Woo really looked so chic and impeccable as CEO Yoo Se-young. Her styling was really on point in that show and made her look so expensive, it is as if she can buy the whole of Korea. Paint the town red would help ignite my inner Yoo Se-young. ;)

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Forgot to mention to mention the drama. This was in Temptation.

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Another style inspiration would be Ahn Young Yi's / Kang So Ra's in Misaeng. I really liked how she looked effortess yet stylish and put together even if she was running around the office doing errands. It makes her look both smart and feminine. Secure the bag somewhat reminds me of a bag that she carried and I think this bag will help me channel her look.

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Light, breezy, feminine and put together–that’s the look that Kong Min-young (Soo-young) pulls off with ease in Cyrano Dating: Agency. “Everyone dreams of romance,” Min-young says naively. That sentiment is perfectly reflected in the soft, sheer, cornflower blue shirt and lacy sweater she wears. Min-young’s style is unstructured but never sloppy. Collars are crisp, colors are perfect pastel hues, and whites are bright and clean. Everything she wears looks flattering tucked into jeans or a flowing skirt. Add a shoulder bag and Min-young captures a timeless style in this K-drama. I adore the smartly fashionable Louis Quatorze Leather String Bucket Bag with its relaxed construction that will undoubtedly provide the finishing touch to a thoughtful carefree style. It’s a look that women notice on other women because it seems effortlessly flawless. This bag on fleek would so upgrade my well-intentioned but sometimes less than successful attempts to dress in a smooth and classic manner à la Min-young.

Thanks, DB for such an awesome contest, it makes beanies feel special they way you take care of us! It’s the ultimate Galentine Day♥ giveaway!

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Oh this is going to be fun!
*Rubs hand excitedly*

Song hye kyo's character So hyun had such a lovely wardrobe through the entirety of Boyfriend, I loved it. The style was clean cut & elegant, which perfectly suited her character, not to mention her lovely bag that got stolen in Cuba (oh noes!).
The bag that would suit that type of wardrobe is definitely Secure the bag (Eclat).
Now I just need to become a CEO 😁

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I'm so greedy for fashionable things, I think I'll end up writing about evert bag hihihi 😁

Okay so this time I'm talking about Nae il from Cantabile Tomorrow. My belived cute quirky character was regularly seen with 2 bags together: a big tote bag & a sling bag.
Her outfits were suited for Autumn & the bag that would go well with that look would definitely be Outfit on fleek (leather string bucket bag) which I initially mistook for a tote bag but its smaller & cuter & totally a cool mix of the 2 types if bags that Nae il used to carry while looking plenty spacious as well, something which I always look for in bags.

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On to the next bag muahahaha

Remember Strong Woman Do Bong Soon. That cute little character in those pretty over coats & always a sling bag on her shoulders while hiding her inner strength. Ooh I loved it.
Plus sling bags are honestly my favorite among all types of bags, I find them so practical & useful, they are the best & so stylish as well, they always pump up my look.
My winter wardrobe was always a coat/blazer with my sling bag.
That's why I think the Slay the day sis(Mini flap) would look awesome with my long coat

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i really liked the kdramas of 2018 for giving us great women to root for in terms of their characterization or growth as individuals, namely:

- Ji-An from My Ahjussi, showed strength beyond her age. Although life has been tough, she tried her best to provide for her grandma. I would like to believe she'll do well after the last scenes in the series. She met Dong Hoon again in a coffee shop with co-workers in tow. Her working get-up would be nicely complemented with Eclat, Secure the Bag!

- Na-Young in Life on Mars was simply the best, in showing that skills matters most in a chauvinistic society. She’s scrappy, determined to find answers for their investigations, and always willing to pitch in even at life’s peril. For her first date with Tae Joo the Quilted Crossbody, Treat Yourself bag would be fitting!

As for myself, I would take either bags knowing it symbolized what I loved best in kdramaland last year, empowered women!!!

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My final comment aiming for the last bag 😛

I've always noticed that the kdrama ladies in negative roles have an awesome fashion sense. Be it the scheming jealous rivals of the heroines or the disapproving moms of our chaebol heroes, they always carry themselves in style.
The ladies rivaling the heroines have a trademark look, short hair, one side is tucked behind the ear while the other side outlines their cheek, studded earings, alternatively painted nails, nice pretty blouse, skirts ranging from mini to micro mini, 6 inch heels & those smart bags with chained straps to complete the look
Basically the only thing they lack is being a nice person but I have to say, they always slay their "villian" look on screen.
Example: Eun hye in from My Girlfriend is a Gumiho.

And my look is already half inspired from the nail paints to the shoes to the blouses, the one thing to add flare is the Treat Yourself (quilted crossbody) to sizzle it up 😎🔥

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Loved your visual analysis haha

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Thanks ^^

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Ooh right away my choice is Lee El as Ma JiYoung from "Hwayugi." I think most people remember her in Goblin with her red outfits. I chose her Hwayugi character though because I love her style in that drama. It also shows a wider range of unique clothing pieces. The "Slay the day sis" is the bag of my choice to pull of her fashion style!

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Slay the day sis bag will help me get the Secretary Kim modern woman look from last year's summer TVN drama What's With Secretary Kim? It also helps you to get from day to night look for an after work party or for a Friday night out with friends. Secretary Kim pencil skirts also would look fantabulous with this bag. Now, if only I have the height and hot body to pull of those pencil skirts and blouses.

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I am not really one of the fashionistas out there since my line of work doesn't require me to dress up fancy. However, Secretary Kim's (Park Min Young) chic office attire has inspired me to glam up and dress like a pro. I believe the black Eclat will perfectly complement my new wardrobe.

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For me it would be Park Min Young in What's Wrong with Secretary Kim. And what a personal assistant would need would be the Leather briefcase of the Paint the town red fashion.

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Ooh, giveaway.
Might be I haven't watched too many dramas lately, but I'm still drooling over Miso's style in "Why Secretary Kim" as the perfect combination of cool efficiency and neat elegance. And I think 'Secure the bag' fits well into the 'professional chic' look, because it's both roomy (you can carry a lot of stuff! I need that, same as--though luckily not completely the same, what with the boss' neckties and all, as--Miso) but still attractive enough (with a couple of artsy design touches here and there) to not feel like you're completely sacrificing style for practicality.

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Encounter's Cha Soo Hyun had the prettiest style. Just as her home and office was filled with carefully curated paintings, her wardrobe was also a work of art. Her sharply tailored suits, colourful turtleneck sweater and pleated skirts highlighted the beauty of the quiet but strong female entrepreneur. "Paint the town red" is functional and stylish, echoing Soo Hyun's beautiful style.

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I can't be Gong Hyo jin in real life so I will Slay the day sis by becoming a fake Pyo Na Ri.

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The fearlessless and boldness of Park Shin Hye's Choi In Ha in Pinocchio is something I too would like to exude with the red Treat Yourself Quilted Crossbody casually (in a very strategic manner) slung over my shoulder. Whether it's her decade-old training outfits at home, or the sharp yet simple white shirt and navy suit from THAT interview, as we all know, she can rock any outfit! But her best kisses are still reserved for Lee Jong Seok only. Ha ha ;)

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