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All of Seo Ye Ji's Best All-White Outfits in "It's Okay to Not Be Okay"

Learn Seo Ye Ji's best styling tips for your perfect all-white ensemble.
All of Seo Ye Ji's Best All-White Outfits in "It's Okay to Not Be Okay"
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Learn Seo Ye Ji's best styling tips for your perfect all-white ensemble.

Seo Ye Ji's wardrobe in It's Okay to Be Not Okay is certainly an enviable one. Each episode is something to look forward to because her character, Ko Mun-yeong has a new 'fit to flaunt that easily wows us. What's more, we're able to pick up a few fashion tips here and there. In this case, we compiled Seo Ye Ji's best all-white styling tips we're sure to apply in our own ways.

Ready to learn from the sartorial ways of Ko Mun-yeong? Read on and see how she transforms boring ivory looks to stunning OOTDs!

1. Pair with gold accessories.

One way to spice up any outfit is to accessorize. But if you've got a white eyelet dress like this, t's easy to overdo it. For this, Mun-yeong shows us that careful restraint with your baubles can go far. If you've already got an imposing accessory (the big buckle on the dress for example), it's best to pull back on other statement deets. Opt for a simple pair of hoop earrings and call it a day! Moreover, stick to neutral footwear to keep the clean lines of the maxi dress and to utilize your its leg-lengthening effect.

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2. Add texture.

When you've got a flowy dress like this, it's easy to lose your shape. This rings true even more when you've got a petite frame like Mun-yeong. the solution? Add an accessory that cinches your waist. You may think that a belt can do the job just fine. But take Mun-yeong's word for it and take it up a notch. Add texture and showcase your waist with a crochete camisole to highlight your curves and further elevate your white dress.

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3. Layer a blazer.

Got a simple white frock? Turn it into an office-ready attire by throwing on an oversized blazer. Don't forget to add a thin belt to show your curves. Opt for statement earrings instead of necklace to keep your look polished and well put-together. Grab your fave box bag, and you're good to go!

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Ruffled Shirt Dress, 1840 USD (approximately P90,274), PRADA

4. Elevate with crystals and pearls.

If you have a white shirt dress you just don't know how to elevate, heed Mun-yeong's tip and pile on the baubles! Keep the metallic tone to silver so they don't stand out too much against your pristine white piece. Instead, go for white gold or silver accessories. You can also be generous in donning crystal- and pearl-laden trinkets to complete your look.

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Jersey and Crepe de Chine Dress With Lace 2340 USD (approximately P114,805), PRADA

5. Don as coordinates.

When you're stumped for ideas on what to pair with your white pieces, the answer couldn't be simpler! As Mun-yeong would have it, white on white will always work! By doing so, it's like you're clad in one whole piece that requires little to no help in styling even more. Your look will always be cohesive and not to mention, elegant and sophisticated! 

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Lace Top, 1960 USD (approximately P96,161) and Long Macramé Rose Skirt, 2420 USD (approximately P118,730), MIU MIU

Additional designer fashion reference for Seo Ye Ji courtesy of @kdrama_fashion and @seoyeji.fashion on Instagram

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