From sporty to girly to office lounge wear, there is definitely something for everyone.
Calling all K-fashion fanatics!
We’ve compiled a list of websites with affordable and trendy pieces so you can feel like your favorite K-drama female lead with an enviable wardrobe.
These websites also ship internationally so you don’t have to worry about shipping being inconvenient.
For those whose style is more cute and girly, you’d probably want to take a look at what Chuu has to offer. They have pieces with puff sleeves, lace, crochet, flowery prints, pleats and many more, so you can add a feminine touch to any outfit.
Beyond clothes, Chuu also offers a wide selection of accessories and lifestyle items, with everything from face masks to Barbie cushions.
Besides their own label, Mixxmix is home to many other brands such as HIDE, Heart Club and Lonely club. From sporty to feminine designs, one can definitely find something that suits their own unique style.
There is also a K-pop section where you can find the pieces worn by your favorite K-pop idols.
You probably already know Stylenanda unless you’re living under a rock! This is everyone’s favorite go-to place when it comes to K-fashion and beauty.
Stylenanda is known for their unique and one of a kind outerwear and accessories. They also have skincare and makeup products from the popular K-beauty brand, 3CE.
However, it is a bit pricier compared to the rest of the stores listed.
As its name suggests, Dark Victory is not your typical girly, soft and cute K-fashion store.
While you’ll still be able to find K-fashion staples here, their items lean towards the edgy, badass grunge aesthetic.
Dabagirl’s style is leaning towards the mature and professional side which makes it suitable for office workers.
They have lots of coats, pants and accessories that are dainty and not too over the top. Despite their items being a little more office loungy, they carry a hint of femininity so you can still show off your feminine side.
Moco Bling offers a mix of pastel and neutral coloured korean fashion staples. They carry four brands – Ilovemoco, Mocodenim, Mocostreet and Mocoisland.
They also have their own beauty line, Herci, offering products from lipsticks to cheek blushers.
If you’re someone who dresses depending on your mood for the day, you’ll love Blackup.
They offer items from a wide range of styles and aesthetics. From minimalist to hypebae to E-girl, there is definitely something for everyone. They also offer unisex wear so men can shop from Blackup as well.
The review section is also really helpful for those who’d like more information before making a purchase.
If you’re looking for clothes that will make you look like a korean oppa, Jogunshop is the perfect place for you.
They offer items that are very youthful, minimalistic and neutral toned, giving off pretty boy vibes.
It’s time to channel your inner oppa and steal hearts!
Hi Korean fashion is your one-stop shop for everything from fashion to electronics to home decor and cosmetics.
Offering clothing items for both male and female, you’ll be able to find the latest K-fashion pieces, bags and accessories at super affordable prices.
Although based in Hong Kong, Yesstyle does not fall short on K-fashion pieces.
Like Hi Korean Fashion, Yesstyle not only has a wide array of K-fashion pieces, they also offer cosmetics, home decor and many more.
Shopping is also made easy with filters at the side of the page for you to shop according to colour, price range or style.
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