[Drama Chat] Can I have your wardrobe?
In addition to being character-driven delights with a proper beginning, middle, and end, K-dramas also give us great aesthetics.
From the sets to the drama’s palette to the “look” of the characters, there’s no detail left untouched. A character’s wardrobe, in fact, is one of the primary tools a production uses to build the character and tell us about them. But storytelling mechanics aside, they’re also just great to look at. Whether it’s the sharp suits in Vincenzo, the cheap-yet-edgy look of Geum-hee in Business Proposal, or any and every drama’s tendency to never use the same coat twice, K-drama wardrobes are a thing to be remembered.
Who are some iconic dramaland dressers? How did their wardrobe fit their character and help tell their story? And of course, which wardrobe/look would you steal?
Let the chatting begin!
Thanks to @tiredys for the prompt.
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