TWICE‘s Nayeon wore many memorable outfits for her solo debut.
Nayeon stated that she was grateful for the opportunity to showcase a different side of herself while promoting her mini-album IM NAYEON and gained attention for her fun and fresh style.
The innovativeness behind two of her outfits was also recognized when she was styled with a Champion hoodie that was transformed into a fitted crop top, and a Louis Vuitton towel was made into a trendy one-piece.
For her Studio Choom dance performance, Nayeon wore an iconic all-denim outfit.
Nayeon embodied the trendy Y2K fashion by wearing Blumarine‘s $412 USD Cotton Denim Butterfly Crop Top, which she styled with the designer’s Blue Straight Embroidered Jeans that originally retailed for $900 USD.
Nayeon partnered the look with multiple sparkling accessories and fingerless gloves to accentuate her memorable key-point hand dance.
Her bright accessories and peachy makeup Nayeon wore kept the look fresh, modern, and trendy.
Red Velvet‘s Seulgi also wore the fashionable matching set while serving totally different vibes.
Seulgi was recently featured in Vogue Korea‘s August 2022 edition, modeling a variety of different fashion looks and styles.
From an elegant look in a chic pale pink dress…
… to a youthful, fun style in an oversized t-shirt dress with knee-high fishnet socks and bright pink highlights in her hair…
… to an edgy punk look with choppy layers in her hair and a graphic t-shirt paired with a billowing white skirt, Seulgi effortlessly pulled off the trendy looks.
Out of the outfits she wore, she also rocked the same Blumarine Cotton Denim Butterfly Crop Top and Blue Straight Embroidered Jeans.
Seulgi’s outfit was paired with dainty jewelry pieces, and she wore minimal makeup with darker lipstick. The styling and backdrop gave Seulgi a chicer look.
Both idols looked incredible in their Y2K-inspired outfits, pulling it off in their own unique way!