Korean Fashion- Latest Trend For The Millennial Generation
While some people are pretty much occupied with their lives, there are others that want to enjoy every bit of it as they feel that life is mortal where you don’t know what the future has in store for you, which is why it is better to live the thousand moments at the earliest.
Times change and so does the fashion statement because while everyone needs clothes to cover their body, the style varies from country to country and because most of them are so diverse in nature, the clothes too follow a similar pattern in every state and province.
Today we are going to talk about traditional Korean clothing because it has been observed that both Koreas (especially South) has been in the limelight for quite some time for both right and wrong reasons but its dresses are quite popular among the youngsters everywhere.
Even during such perilous times when the corona virus pandemic is at its peak, it has not doused the spirits of youngsters as they are just as preoccupied with buying their favorite items through online shopping as they can’t help it especially Korean dresses like overcoat, pajama, shoes and other items.
There has been a sudden upsurge in Korean culture since the past few years ever since the country was divided into North and South Korea in 1945 where the former fell to the communist Chinese and have become a dictatorial nation while the latter has flourished ever since then.
Apart from Korean films, their outfits have been adapted as a fashion statement in many countries like Japan, Indonesia, Thailand, eastern Russia and other Asiatic nations but the problem is that many people in South Asia are not too familiar with the clothing worn there.
Therefore, we shall focus on some important Korean dresses that one needs to have in their closet because it is such an excellent finding that one cannot resist in having it as the Japanese would tell you.
We’ll start with the obvious ones like jeans that are torn and ripped on the knees because this is so fashionable that even girls have at least a dozen of them in their closet with black and blue colored ones being the most popular ones that you can wear both at home and while hanging out with friends.
A worthwhile addition for the ladies would be the traditional dress over the blouse that would be perfect for them during summers as they aren’t very comfortable with exposing their chest as much as the western world does, which is good in a way it shows that they still maintain certain traditions unlike other countries that wear full blown western clothes.
School kids too enjoy wearing different clothes as they find it to be something that they can show off to their friends with skirts going well on the girls with a shirt that can be buttoned from top to bottom.
Oversized Pull over is another one that girls enjoy to wear as they find it extremely comfortable despite the size and that holds true for all Korean dresses as well.