The best street style designs from Seoul Fashion Week Spring 2020

I don't think I've ever talked about it, but I'm a huge fan of Korean TV series. The fascination with Asia began in childhood when I watched my beloved anime - Sailor Moon (I still love them today and even as an adult woman I watched all seasons). With the development of Netflix, I have more access not only to anime, but also to Asian series and movies. We love to watch with Piotr especially crime series or a hint of political threads. We especially recommend the series White Nights (Bool-ya-seong), Stranger (Bi-mil-eui seob) or Chief of Staff. I will add Hymn of Death - an extremely touching historical series based on true history. This series has 3 episodes and is extremely beautiful - from costumes to the story itself. It's really worth watching.

I am fascinated by the beauty of Korean women (are they not perfect?). Maybe it's also because for a long time I worked with a customer who had an online store with Korean cosmetics (that's when I met my beloved BB cream Dr G and BB creams in compact, when no one in Europe has ever heard of them). I also love their interpretation of the classic style (I would not dare combine elegant top with sneakers, because I would look comical), as well as typical classic styles. I am not a fan of these crazy styles, but I like to watch them with interest. I especially love to watch street styles from various events - it is from them that you can get the most inspiration.

Below you will find an overview of the most interesting classy and simple styles from Seoul Fashion week Spring 2020. You can find more styles at Vogue.com.

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As you can see, a lot of Fashion Week participants have put on the plaid. Below are two more interesting stylizations with a grille in the lead role.

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I really like this stylization. A long jacket combined with long, suede boots over the knee looks really interesting.

What do you think about wearing white pants in the fall? This trend has been going on since last year.

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Source: vogue.com
Source: vogue.com

Korean masks on cotton sheets


Korean masks on cotton sheets
Korean masks on cotton sheets
Koran masks on a cotton sheet make a sensation. And I'm not surprised, because they are much better than their European counterparts. In today's post I would like to show you a few differences that I noticed using the Mizon cotton mask and Skin79, and recommend my favorites. Ready?
The first difference I noticed is soaking with the care product. Korean masks are soaked that they drip. This is a plus in two respects - first, our skin receives a large dose of ampoule, which makes the difference after the first use. Secondly, instead of disposing of the remaining liquid (a lot of it is left in the packaging), we can use it as a ampoule for the night for several days.
The second plus for me is that the cotton patch of Korean masks is smaller. It's a plus for me, because I have a slim face and every European mask was too wide for me.
As for my favorites, there are several Mizon masks: with green tea (my great favorite, which I regularly return to), with avocado and pomegranate. These are my three wonderful ones that I can always count on.
With Skin79 I tested the shower glow - a set with a mask that gives the effect of brightened, healthy skin. It is worth to treat yourself to this on a day off or weekend, because it requires a little more time than with a standard cotton mask. Nevertheless, the effects are really good 🙂