We spy with our little eyes on the exact designer jewelry necklaces that K-Drama and K-Pop stars are wearing as seen on hit series and Blackpink’s How You Like That music video.
The lives of the lead actresses from our favorite K-Drama are simply dreamy and we can’t help but imagine ourselves in their places. With alluring K-Beauty looks, stylish fashion ensembles, and well, empowering personalities along their fairytale-like love lives, these K-Drama leads are nothing short of inspiring. Needless to say, there are just more and more reasons why we’re so glued to our screens.
In the recent Netflix original hit, It’s Okay To Not Be Okay, Ko Mun-yeong’s familiar piece of jewelry immediately caught our attention. Donning a floral off-shoulder dress with her hair tied up, we spotted the Tiffany T Smile Pendant Necklace dazzling through her collarbones. Right from that scene, we knew it’s something we’ve seen from previous K-Dramas.
If you were to play back one of the scenes from another hit K-Drama series on Netflix, Itaewon Class, Jo Yi-seo adorably asks Park Sae-royi to buy the necklace for her. Stirring our hearts with the iconic pairing of a narcissistic boss and a cheerful secretary, you can also spot Secretary Kim wearing the same necklace in What’s Wrong With Secretary Kim. Also from a Park Seo-joon classic, the series She Was Pretty reminds us of when Kim Hye-jin completed her major glow-up with the Tiffany T Smile Pendant Necklace.
With its minimalist aesthetic, the Tiffany T Extra Large Smile Pendant Necklace in 18k Gold and Tiffany T Medium Smile Pendant with round brilliant diamonds in Rose Gold both highlight a sleek curve for an elegant style statement.
On the other hand, accessorized in stunner jewelry pieces, these K-Pop stars got diamonds on their wrists so you could double dip. In the recently released Ice Cream music video, Blackpink opted for bolder and heavier chains to contrastingly blend with their white chic cropped tops. Sporting the Tiffany HardWear Collection, Rosé exudes in elegance and playfulness.