Korean Brands

ZOO founder Blythe compares the quirky and colorful apparel collections of her brand to an amusement park - bright, pleasant and fun. Designed for the girly girl, ZOO features easy mix-and-match separates in its main collections called Party Gorgeous, Pink Style and Pretty Sweet Classical, all adhering to the Asian definition of frilly femininity. ZOO was established in Taiwan in 2003.

When Won Sung Hee set up Stylementor, she was determined to make the brand a leader in fashion for modern women. In the span of just a few years, Won has done just that and more, creating a wide range of affordable clothing that reaches out to the masses. From peppy urban fun to on-trend office pieces, each item can be mixed-and-matched to produce an outfit that looks designer-driven.

Beccgirl personifies the free-spirited character found in every stylish woman. Founder Kim Jung Tae designed Beccgirl's collection with an affinity for detail, incorporating a healthy dose of relaxed silhouettes and feminine touches.

Celli Girl has a little bit of everything that women want for their everyday wear: casual pieces mixed with a hint of smart elegance and sensuality. Each Celli Girl piece works beautifully with other clothes in your closet to create a unique, everyday outfit.

YesStyle bestseller Dodostyle is right on the pulse of today's Asian fashion scene with its eclectic but modern fusion of frilled, feminine styles and edgy, urban-themed layered looks. Taking inspiration from Korea and Japan, Asia's two hotbeds of style, Dodostyle captures the hearts of trendy young women who have taken the art of mixing and matching clothes to a whole new level.

The brainchild of philosophy major-turned-fashion designer Kim Hyo Jin, this hip clothing label perfectly blends the unique style sensibilities of Korean and Japanese fashion. Made entirely in South Korea, every piece in Dodostyle's collections seamlessly coordinate to create exceptional looks. From beribboned lace tops matched with vintage-style denim skirts to different tees layered over ruffled miniskirts and leggings, each piece is designed to have its own character and uniqueness. Dodostyle breaks tradition and defies convention by inspiring its youthful market to follow their own fashion instincts and create their own individual styles.

Daily Pink debuted in 2005 and continues to delight young ladies everywhere with its line of hip designs. The Korean brand specializes in fresh patterns and adorable pieces that complement your fun spirit. The collection injects your wardrobe with vibrant colors that perk up any outfit everyday, including bright T-shirts, animated tops, and sparkling dresses. Daily Pink's extensive line ensures you get your daily dose of peppy fashion.

CLICK continues to be one of YesStyle's bestselling brands, consistently true to its philosophy of fun and feminine fashion. CLICK delivers basics with a twist - plaid dresses with lace trim, body-skimming jackets, skirts and trousers that work with petite figures. Through the use of classic colors, cuts and patterns, CLICK keeps up with women’s trends to stay in the scene.
With the exception of their swimwear line, Click's entire collection is manufactured in South Korea to maintain design and product quality.

Korean brand STYLEKELLY offers seasonal staples that mix the latest trends with functional appeal. Jackets, knit pieces and cardigans form the bulk of its collection. Conceptualized by Cho Sung Soo, STYLEKELLY easily redefines casual sophistication.

"What you wear makes you who you are" is the motto behind Redopin. Founder Lee Jung Hyo conceptualized Redopin in response to the difficulties she encountered when shopping for clothes online. Redopin showcases its casual apparel with clear images and details to ensure a quality shopping experience for the customer.

Googims means "wrinkles" in Korean, representing the wrinkles one gains when facing life's myriad challenges. A fun and uniquely Korean brand of clothing, Googims conveys the rituals and moods of daily life in an irreverent and irresistible manner. Googims high-quality clothing items use stark, primary colors and a variety of catchy phrases and designs to highlight the precious and frequently fleeting emotions of our everyday lives. Googims' peerless brand of humor helps the sensitive and fashion-conscious soul express their individuality. No matter the person or the place, there's a Googims item for everyone!

BBon-J, created by Jung Ok Jung and Lee Seung Chul, taps into the eternal twentysomething girl in every sophisticated woman. Inspired by edgy Japanese fashion, BBon-J expertly straddles the line between casual elegance and youthful funk with its brightly printed tops, colorful bottoms, and a heady mix of other essentials like jackets and cardigans, dresses and scarves.

The style-conscious woman stays ahead of the fashion pack by choosing Envy Look for her closet essentials. With a collection that enhances the beauty of the female curves, the brand boasts a wide selection of slouchy cardigans, leggy dresses and quirky dress shirts. Envy Look strives to create a style that exudes an elegance that fashionable women would love to achieve through the art of dressing.

Named after one of the rarest and most valuable of diamonds, Korean brand pinkdiamond offers key pieces that focus on emphasizing a woman's innate grace and style.

A youthful and casual Korean brand, prischu essentials is all about fashion-forward individuality. The label's philosophy is simple: combine essential wardrobe pieces to create a look that's unique, effortlessly put together, and works regardless of trends. Built on this idea, the brand's collection carries both classic closet staples and limited edition trend items that can be worn separately or layered together for unlimited styling options.

Prischu brings out the playful charm of youthful fashion with its collection of tops and skirts in flattering colors and pretty patterns. Seasonal staples as well as timeless coordinates in en vogue designs give everyday outfits a fresh Prischu twist. The brand was established in South Korea in 2008.

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