MBC‘s ‘A Good Day to Be a Dog’ has come to a close as the drama aired its final episode on January 10. Throughout the series’ run, fans tuned in to see Cha Eun-Woo and Park Gyu-Young‘s sweet interactions, while fashion enthusiasts couldn’t get enough of the female lead’s style choices.
Here’s a peek at some of Gyu-Young’s best outfits in episodes 11 to 14, and see how she slays each and every look!
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Park Gyu-Young’s Fashion in the K-Drama ‘A Good Day To Be A Dog’ Episodes 11-14
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Gyu-Young jazzed up her blue jeans with a brown collarless corduroy jacket from Grove.
She gave a masterclass in wearing coordinates as she looked adorable in Atelier Nain‘s gingham check knit skirt with a matching cardigan. She upped the cute factor of her look with a blush micro bag from Minutemute and added warmth with a brown RolaRola reversible mustang jacket.
She nailed the city girl aesthetic by wearing a black cropped boucle jacket from And You over a ribbon-embellished Nyhavn beige cardigan. The actress paired this combo with a charcoal gray mini skirt worn over gray tights.
Gyu-Young looked fashionably outdoorsy in a cream quilted jacket from a.t. corner and relaxed-fit jeans from Millioncor.
She’s ready for love in pink corduroy trousers from Grove paired with a cream cropped jacket with flower details from the same brand. The actress accessorized her outfit with an ivory Findkapoor handbag and bright pink sneakers.
Gyu-Young is fresh as a rose in a soft pink button-up knitted jacket from Barrie paired with a mini skirt in a matching color.
She added interest and appeal to a plain jeans and top combo with a textured Sinoon cardigan.
Dressed in a floral print mohair blue vest from Johnny Hates Jazz, green corduroy trousers from the same brand, and a lace blouse from Overdueflair, Gyu-Young schooled us on how to bring the 70s back in a modern way.
She brightened up her navy slacks and top with a short olive green duffle coat from Ganisong.
Gyu-Young’s final look was everything as she glowed in a soft yellow corduroy jacket from Marron Edition.
Read more about the fashion in the Korean drama ‘A Good Day To Be A Dog’ here.
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