‘It’s Okay To Not Be Okay‘ has come to an end with a superb finale. Everything about the show, from its unique story to the cast’s excellent performance, makes it undoubtedly one of the best Korean dramas of the year.
Besides the happy ending everyone was hoping for, the viewers were also treated with many fashionable outfits from Seo Ye-Ji‘s character, Ko Moon-Young, in the last two episodes of the show. Let’s take a look below!
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Seo Ye-Ji’s Fashion In Episodes 15-16 of K-drama ‘It’s Okay To Not Be Okay’
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In another scene, she can be seen wearing this embellished cady dress layered over a sheer blouse both from Miu Miu.
Ye-Ji played with the 70s’ shapes and designs as she wore this eye-catching set from Louis Vuitton.
Episode 16 starts off with a joyful atmosphere as we see Ye-Ji wearing this floral-print dress from Dries Van Noten.
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She added a feminine touch to her outfit with these B Blossom earrings from LV.
Here she rocked the retro trend with yet another all-LV outfit.
Ye-Ji always makes sure to have some blings even in her most casual look. Here she was wearing a pair of Manolo Blahnik crystal-embellished buckle mules for that extra glam.
As the trio was going on their trip together, Ye-Ji dressed comfortably in the Gayle jumpsuit by Isabel Marrant and a pair of white sneakers from Chanel.
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In a heartwarming scene where our two leads are sitting together by the fire, we can see that Ye-Ji has herself covered up in Burberry’s cashmere wool poncho. Later on, it is revealed that she is wearing a white tweed dress from Chanel’s SS2020 collection underneath.
Read more about the fashion in Korean drama ‘It’s Okay To Not Be Okay’ here.
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