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Yoona vs Ha Ji-won, bootcut jeans style match

2016/05/23 Source

Retro style fads won't go away and the bootcut jeans are still prevailing on the street. Bootcut jeans are great when you want to enjoy the effect to make your legs look longer.

When Yoona departed to Guangzhou through Incheon International Airport on May 16th for her schedule in China, she wore a pair of bootcut jeans matched with a checkered jacket to create the refreshing look.

Also, Ha Ji-won wore a pair of bootcut jeans matched with a navy blazer layered with a simply a white T-shirt, when she left to Shenyang to attend KOTRA Korea Brand & Hallyu Product Exhibition on May 11th.

Yoona added feminine touch with the long wavy hairstyle. She put on a T-shirt and a pair of bootcut jeans layered with an orange checkered jacket and accessorized with an orange shoulder bag to create the neat refreshing look. A pair of grey sneakers she put on adds more to the effect to make legs look long.

Ha Ji-won had the long straight hair. She also wore a T-shirt and a pair of bootcut jeans matched with a striped blazer to create the stylish look. Ha Ji-won added a khaki shoulder bag and a pair of running shoes to complete the casual and comfortable look.

Source : stylem.mt.co.kr/styvi...

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