Just when we thought we’re no longer surprised whenever Seo Ye Ji would don lavish designer outfits in It’s Okay to Not Be Okay, lo and behold, Episode 12 just blew everything else out of the water. (Spoiler warning: Look away now if you haven’t seen Episode 12!) Towards the end of the episode, the Moon brothers and Ko Mun-yeong took a very meaningful family portrait to celebrate their newfound bond—ICYDK, taking family portraits is a culture that’s traditionally observed and valued among Korean families!—and naturally, everyone dressed for the momentous occasion. After all, photos do tend to last forever.
While Kim Soo Hyun looked absolutely gallant in his gentlemanly, perfectly tailored suit (for a split second, we thought Do Min Joon is making a cameo from My Love from the Star), Oh Jung Se also owned his fair share of the spotlight and dressed to the nines, opting for a plaid double-breasted suit in a playful beige-and-burgundy palette. Their muse, however, was in a league of her own: Ko Mun-yeong was a vision to behold in her little white dress. And albeit her whole outfit might look deceivingly simple at first glance, make no mistake, this entire OOTD actually costs at least five million pesos. (Note the emphasis on “at least.”)
Okay, breathe! We’ll let you recover from that revelation for a few seconds with a closer look at Mun-yeong's outfit details below:
Now, going back to her jaw-droppingly expensive outfit… That ruffled white shirt dress is actually from Italian luxury fashion house Prada, which she complemented with a pair of heels from Aquazzura and earrings from Miu Miu. Her choice of arm candy? A metallic silver purse from Chanel’s Spring/Summer 2020 lineup—and while there’s no available info on its price online, we all know that a small classic Chanel bag could easily set you back $5,800 or approximately P285,000.
Ruffled Shirt Dress, $1840 (approximately P90,510), PRADA, farfetch.com
Tequila Sandal 105 in Silver, $1350 (approximately P66,407), AQUAZZURA, net-a-porter.com
Faux-Pearl and Crystal Clip-On Earrings, £218 (approximately P13,868), MIU MIU, matchesfashion.com
Metallic Bag Spring/Summer 2020, price unavailable, CHANEL, chanel.com
Mind you, that’s only the tip of the iceberg. Her watch alone already costs €60,500 or roughly three and a half million pesos! Piaget’s Extremely Lady Watch is made with 18K white gold set with 24 brilliant-cut diamonds—it’s the epitome of luxury, to say the least.
As if that’s not mind-blowing enough, she also wore a ring and a bracelet from the Swiss jeweler. Piaget’s dazzling Rose Ring in 18K white gold is set with 143 brilliant-cut diamonds, and is valued at roughly P859,000. Meanwhile, the Possession Open Bangle, also in 18K white gold, is dotted with 20 brilliant-cut diamonds, amounting to more or less P236,ooo.
Extremely Lady Watch, €60,500 (approximately P3,490,800), PIAGET, piaget.com
Rose Ring in 18K White Gold, €14,900 (approximately P859,717), PIAGET, piaget.com
Possession Open Bangle Bracelet, €4,100 (approximately P236,566), PIAGET, piaget.com
Are you still with us? That's a lot of math. But overall, it wouldn’t be too farfetched to say that this entire look Ko Mun-yeong wore to their family portrait session costs over a whopping five million pesos, give or take. For the record, that makes it her most expensive OOTD in show thus far!