All the Luxury Designer Brands Worn in the Hit Netflix K-Drama, It’s Okay To Not Be Okay
The hit Korean drama It's Okay To Not Be Okay may have finished its 16-episode run earlier this month on Netflix, but you can still revisit Ko Moon-young's flawless style. Throughout the series Seo Ye-ji's character shows off an envy-inducing wardrobe, wearing pieces from fashion houses such as Alexander McQueen, Dolce & Gabbana, Miu Miu and more, along with highlighting up-and-coming Korean designers.
Here we break down some of the character's most memorable looks, along with letting you know where to buy them.
Dolce & Gabbana Mini Polka-Dot Organza Dress
Kenzo Ruffle Sleeve Patterned Shirt
Seo Ye-ji dons Kenzo's eye-catching Ruffle Sleeve Patterned Shirt in episode nine, completing her look with high-waisted trousers by Korean brand YCH, and trainers by Kenzo.
Miu Miu Ruffled Cotton-Blend Lace Blouse
In episode 13, the character of Ko Moon-young wears a pretty white ruffle and lace blouse by Miu Miu, complete with the matching skirt.
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Tod's Timeless T Bag
In episode 10, Seo Ye-ji can be seen toting Tod's Timeless T Bag in black python.
Alexander McQueen Orchid Pink Exploded Lace Knit Dress
Who could forget this show-stopping look? For episode 14, the actress wears this Orchid Pink Exploded Lace Knit Dress from Alexander McQueen.
Alexander McQueen Black Wool Silk Single-Breasted Tuxedo Jacket
A second look by Alexander McQueen, Seo Ye-ji wears a black wool silk single-breasted tuxedo jacket and godet skirt from the brand's Pre-Autumn Winter 2020 Collection in episode 13.
Giuseppe Zanotti Black Odile High Heel Sandals
Although Ko Moon-young's array of dresses steal the show throughout the series, be sure to take note of her stunning shoe collection. Case in point: these Black Odile High Heel Sandals by Giuseppe Zanotti seen in episode 12.
Loewe Obi Belt
Accessorising her statement blouse by South Korean Korean designer Minju Kim, the actress wears Loewe's Obi Belt in nappa leather.
(Related: Is Korean Designer Minju Kim the Next Big Thing in Fashion?)
Minju Kim Two Piece
Also designed by Minju Kim, Seo Ye-ji looks pretty in pink in this elegant two-piece jacket and skirt. The South Korean designer was the winner of Netflix's popular show Next In Fashion, hosted by model Alexa Chung and Tan France of Queer Eye fame––Chung was also spotted earlier this year wearing the same piece. The piece itself isn't available to shop online, but new season products are coming soon to Net-a-Porter.
Zimmermann Peggy Floral-Embroidered Linen Dress
Although the Peggy embroidered linen maxi dress by Zimmermann that Seo Ye-ji wears in one of the episodes is sadly sold out, the brand has a similar belted white lace dress that is still available.
Magda Butrym Siena Polka Dot Dress
Although sold out in many places, this striking Magda Butrym polka dot dress that can be seen in episode 3 is still in stock on the brand's website. A selection of other piece from Magda Butrym can also be found online via Net-a-Porter.
Magda Butrym Textured Floral Print Minidress
Seo Ye-ji's character favours designer Magda Butrym once more, with this Textured Floral Print Minidress making a statement in episode 2.
Celine 'Chasseur' Jacket In Silk Charmeuse
In the series finale, Ko Moon-young wears Celine's timeless 'Chasseur' jacket dressed down with jeans and a straw Panama hat.