A Korean Take on A Casual Date

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Spring and summer are THE seasons to wear light fabrics and pastel colors. There really is something about them that makes a look a whole lot sweeter and more feminine than your darker, heavier clothes. Korean fashion is something that has swept the greater part of East Asia. One reason is because it is utterly adorable, carefree, and sophisticated. I’d like to say that Korean fashion is perhaps the most adorable one I’ve seen around the planet. Ensembles like this, for example, are definitely great to wear either on a day doing errands or an afternoon of shopping.

What’s more, it’s also one that would be great for a casual afternoon or mid-morning date with a new man. First, the beret has a unique touch  to it. Who would’ve thought that navy blue paired with a light color such as the one in it would make such a distinctive look. The shirt, although a bit on the more casual side, is as feminine as the other items in the outfit. It is in a light shade of pink with an image of a delicate looking deer with a rose on top of its head.

A white skirt in lace and crochet detail adds a quirky touch to the clothing. It is an A-line or full length skirt, and it works best when worn with a belt. This is because a belt cinches the waist and gives the wearer an hourglass figure. If you don’t have this figure, a belt will most definitely give you a tiny waist. A good choice of belt would be a wide one since it evens out the proportions of a loose top and a full skirt.

Accessorizing this outfit won’t be complete without pieces of jewelry. They add a certain charm to this girly look without going overboard. A simple necklace with a small pendant like the one in the picture is understated yet elegant. Rings also add a quirky detail to the whole ensemble.

This whole look is definitely one that would charm its way to a boy’s heart. With feminine details all over, it’s hard not to fall in love with it.

Here are eight other ways on how you can dress as sweetly as you can for casual dates.

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