TWICE’s Nayeon And Red Velvet’s Yeri Wore The Same Top But Served Totally Different Vibes

TWICE’s Nayeon And Red Velvet’s Yeri Wore The Same Top But Served Totally Different Vibes

Both pulled off the trendy top in their own unique style!

TWICE‘s Nayeon has been releasing behind-the-scenes content from her “POP!” music video shoot.

TWICE’s Nayeon | @nayeonyny/Instagram

She recently gained attention for upcycling her “POP!” outfits. For example, her wardrobe team turned a Louis Vuitton towel into an adorable romper.

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They also turned a red Champion hoodie into a two-piece top, choosing a garment with a thicker fabric because it holds its shape better.

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In a backstage clip, fellow TWICE members Jeongyeon, Dahyun, and Jihyo visited Nayeon as she got ready to film her music video.

Nayeon was just getting her hair and makeup done and didn’t have her music video outfit on yet. Instead, she dressed casually, wearing a $283 USD PHIPPS “Motocross T” shirt with baggy jeans and comfortable slides.

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Although it was her own clothes, the bright graphic shirt and in-style light-wash jeans could have easily been worn in a music video.

Nayeon wasn’t the only K-Pop idol to wear the trendy graphic motocross shirt; Nayeon’s close friend Red Velvet‘s Yeri was also spotted wearing the shirt!

TWICE’s Nayeon (left) and Red Velvet’s Yeri (right)

Yeri has been showcasing her best summer style on her Instagram. From nights out in Hawaii…

Red Velvet’s Yeri | @yerimiese/Instagram

…to business casual streetwear…

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…to flowy festival dresses, Yeri effortlessly pulls off sleek fashion looks.

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This was no different in recent photos capturing Red Velvet at the airport. Each group member showcased their unique style, and Yeri kept her outfit comfy, casual, and fashionable for the trip.

Yeri kept her hair clipped up for her travels and wore the motocross shirt with baggy cargo pants and platform shoes.

She paired the outfit with a crossbody handbag, following the Y2K fashion trend with the ensemble.

Yeri layered cute accessories to complete the look, from chunky rings to simple necklaces.

Source: Koreaboo