30 Seoul-Stirring Outfits From South Korea

If New York is the fashion epicenter of North America, and Paris (debatably), that of Europe, one can make a pretty compelling argument that Seoul is Asia's style hub. It doesn't boast as many established designers as Tokyo or the spending power of China, but it has a citizenry that's devoted to looking as legit as possible. Being dressed meh happens infrequently there, which is a feat unto itself. And, during Seoul Fashion Week, everyone brings their A-plus game. Click through to see 30 looks from outside the shows that'll end a style rut on contact.

And, for a closer look at another fascinating Korean trend, matchy-matchy couples, check out our latest episode of Style Out There!

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Neutrals and neons make an epic combination. This lime green and khaki combo is killing it.
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A preppy plaid skirt looks best with a solid pair of ankle boots.
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All oversized everything.
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Fur sure.
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Color Theory 101.
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That layering, that coat, that fabric Heidi braid...inspired yet?
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Another day, same steez. We love the variations on a theme, here.
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Well, what did you expect?
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Here's looking at you.
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Smart shirt tucking.
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Irene Kim rushes up the stairs.
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Cozy-girl dressing, taken to the next level.
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Our feelings exactly.
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Not your average take on a sweater and slacks.
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The power of accessorizing.
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Double trouble.
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Full skirts, mirrored eyes, can't lose.
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Not exactly a head scratcher: This look works!
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The fashion-guy equivalent of ending up on the same cycle.
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Not no.
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Clean kicks.
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Sometimes, bigger is indeed better.
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Another way to wear those '90s chokers.
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You've never seen double denim look like this.
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This appears next to "luxury" in the dictionary.
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Good vibes.
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We'd look down, too, if our outfit was this awesome.
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Simple, but on point.
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We're not quite sure what this means, but we like it.
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Now that's an eye-opening Birkin.
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