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The trend in Korea

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by drifter310, Apr 16, 2012.

  1. drifter310

    drifter310 New Member

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    Anyone know the new fashion trend in Korea? i was wondering what people were wearing in the earyl twenties and people in the late twenties to their early thirtys
     
  2. GBR

    GBR Senior member

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    For why? Are you infact a troll?

    If you mean south (you are delightfully vague on what you mean), we see very little here although those who do post tend to be western influenced. Try using search rather than asking questions. Have you looked at any web sites.

    If you meant North then it appears uniform drabness pertains.
     
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  3. drifter310

    drifter310 New Member

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    I'm sorry, I meant for South Korea. I just wanted to see if their latest trend is similar to the poeple in the U.S. For instance I notice many people now wear fitted shirts and jeans, but I don't see too many Koreans wear printed shirts. Now is that true? or is that just bad analyzing on my part.
     
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    drifter310 New Member

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    I heard people in S.Korea loves sports wear is that true? I know sports like soccer and baseball is very popular in S.Korea, and even video games like StarCraft gets some recognition. So do people in S.Korea wear jerseys or t-shirts of their favorite team, or are we atlking about sports wear in warm ups or windbreakers
     
  5. MikeDT

    MikeDT Senior member

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    Oh that's a pity, because I was going to suggest something like this...

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    ..also one can never have enough microphones..

    ..or this double breasted piece..
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    Suits you sir...
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    ...Savile Row was it?
     
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  6. Marcellionheart

    Marcellionheart Senior member

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    Southern style:

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    You can never have a suit that is too shiny.

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    Black and silver is the SK tweed...you can wear it anywhere and be "stylish" and not out of place.
     
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  7. GBR

    GBR Senior member

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    This evil prat is from the North.
     
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    GBR Senior member

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    Not typical from what we have seen posted here.
     
  9. curzon

    curzon Senior member

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    For years S. Korean fashion was simply... white socks. Everything w/ white socks. Suits came only in two colors. Robins egg blue suit and white socks. Black suit. And white socks. And socks are embroidered w/ the maker's label, e.g., "Try" and "BYC". Pretty fancy. I was BYC man.

    Now they have socks of another racy color. Black. Also, if you watch Korean TV the lads like wearing teeny tiny clip-on bow ties.
     
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    curzon Senior member

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    Yes, jerseys of a foreign team that must have a Korean player are very popular. ManU 'cuz of Park and LA Dodgers 'cuz of other Park and Gunners 'cuz of another Park. And the jerseys must be fake.
     
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    I bet it's not a Made in DPRK suit the Supreme Leader is wearing though...
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    The ones I always see around here tend to dress normally, like jeans and a polo. Nothing too outlandish. Maybe I just live in the not-trendy neighborhood. I have seen some shiny suits, though.
     

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