‘My Demon’ came to a bittersweet end after a thrilling and swoon-worthy run and in all its entirety, Kim Yoo-Jung‘s meticulously curated wardrobe was the consistent highlight. She flaunted a range of versatile outfits, from sophisticated business attires to casually chic combinations.
Take a look at some of the most stunning final fashion moments from the finale of the drama below.
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Kim Yoo-Jung’s Fashion in the K-Drama ‘My Demon’ Episodes 15-16
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Kim Yoo-Jung personified grace and radiance in an ivory tweed line coat from JOHNNY HATES JAZZ in episode 15.
She then changed into a purple square neck cropped jacket, also from JOHNNY HATES JAZZ. The toned-down purple palette is a lovely shade on her.
Wrapped in a cozy blanket, she rested in a comfortable charcoal halter neck knit top and a complementing bolero cardigan, all from LOEUVRE.
Yoo-Jung commanded attention in a yellow check slim fit long coat and straight pants ensemble by JOY GRYSON. Her ivory tie-collar silky blouse from FRONTROW added a touch of finesse to the outfit, which would not be complete without one of her signature brown top-handle tote bags from COURONNE.
The cozy robe from SnappyCuddle added a delightful layer to her pajamas, elevating her loungewear with its gentle and cute design.
With a cream-shade COURONNE tote bag in hand, she looked uber chic in a navy round neck tweed tape jacket and matching mini skirt, all from JOHNNY HATES JAZZ.
Perfecting the balance between classic formal aesthetics and contemporary flair, Yoo-Jung wore a check-pattern black tie-neck tweed cropped jacket and tweed wide pants, all by MARDI MERCREDI.
Her sandy beige belted wool blend coat seen here is from RE RHEE.
In the final episode, she showcased a distinctive grey color block double long coat sourced from JOHNNY HATES JAZZ.
For one of her casual outfits, Yoo-Jung relaxed in a navy blue and white stripe-print knit cardigan from Polo Ralph Lauren.
To elevate the understated elegance of her business casual look here, she slipped into a pair of beige lacquered buckle slingback leather pumps from Roger Vivier and sported a tasteful sage green tote bag from COURONNE in her arm.
She looked stylish in a khaki beige twill belted hunting jacket from RECTO, complete with a black COURONNE tote bag.
Yoo-Jung’s rose-patterned intarsia knit cardigan and coordinating minidress, both from Barrie, caught our attention with their simple yet effortlessly fashionable combination. She further embellished the look with a mixed-cut pink Mesmera pendant from Swarovski.
This Vivienne Westwood light yellow check-pattern cropped blazer and A-line miniskirt reminded us of the iconic yellow plaid outfit from ‘Clueless’, which is to say that the look is a total showstopper.
She turned heads in Self-Portrait‘s mint green bow and sparkling button-embellished cable-knit cropped cardigan and mini skirt, paired with Roger Vivier’s black lacquered leather buckle slingback pumps.
In the very final look, Yoo-Jung looked cheerful in a red cropped tweed bustier and matching pencil skirt, all from VOCAVACA.
Read more about the fashion in the Korean drama ‘My Demon’ here.
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