You’re probably as obsessed with the new K-Drama Series ‘It’s Okay Not to Be Okay,’ as much as we are. We mean, it’s got everything you could ever ask for in a gripping series: a great plot, lovable characters, stop-motion animation, and yes, impeccable wardrobe. There’s a lot of articles going around on how expensive Seo Ye Ji’s designer outfits were, so if you’re like us, who wanted to be as stylish as her without going broke, here’s a list of our favorite outfits and where to dupe it.
Dupe These Outfits From “It’s Okay Not to Be Okay”
SEO YE JI’S BLACK BLAZER DRESS
Who would forget this unforgettable fashion moment for Ko Mun-Yeong! For her book signing event, she wore a mini suit dress with structured shoulders and a pleated skirt, but what’s more notable was how she paired it with above-the-knee black hosiery and Bottega Veneta’s platform-heeled brogues that gave her legs for days. Look expensive as Ko Mun-Yeong without breaking your bank.
SEO YE JI’S EMBROIDERED LACE DRESS
In this Episode, Ko Mun-Yeong had a dramatic encounter not only with Moon Gang-Tae but also with her dad. And if we didn’t know any better, we’d think she’s having the perfect day because she looked like a ray of sunshine in this white Floral Lace Dress. Her original dress is a Zimmerman Frock which can be quite expensive. But here’s an alternate option for you and even though it is not embroidered, it’s as cute and stylish as the original one plus it includes a buckle belt so it’s basically a win-win.
KIM SOO HYUN’S ACID-WASH DENIM JACKET
Gang Tae has always watched over his brother, his outfits on the show usually represent something casual and comfortable. Cop Gang Tae’s look aka Acid-Wash Denim Jacket over corduroy pants, we find you a replica of his denim jacket that wouldn’t cost you that much.
OH JUNG SE’S STRIPED SWEATSHIRT
Gang Tae’s older brother, Sang Tae, is diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder. And so, the show’s director, Sang Gyeong, thoroughly researched the behavior of people who are also diagnosed with it to give him proper representation. As you can see on the show, Sang Tae usually wears repetitive patterns, more specifically, stripes. And as common the pattern stripe is, this black and yellow stripe sweatshirts are actually difficult to find. Here’s a dupe from Neiman Marus.
SEO YE JI’S FLORAL FROCK DRESS
If you think our unconventional heroine can only rock black outfits, think again! Ko Mun-Yeong was every bit a blooming lady in this multi-colored, body-hugging floral frock that features a statement bow on one shoulder. Power! Steal a more affordable version of this from Nasty Gal!