Street Style: Gahwi
Gahwi Han is a Graphic Design student at Minnesota State University Moorhead and it shows. She integrates bold colors and patterns and a sleek silhouette for a comfortable casual look.
Most of Gahwi’s clothes are from home — she’s from Jeonju, an artsy tourist center in South Korea that’s known for its fabulous food — but that doesn’t mean you can’t re-create her colorful look.
Get Gahwi’s Look: Shirt: Gahwi purchased her graphic T at a Jeonjou street market, but Urban Outfitters has great options if international travel isn’t an option. Leggings and Skirt: These are from the same market, but you can find similar styles at American Apparel. Shoes: Purchased at E-Mart, South Korea’s version of Target. The website is in Korean, but it’s still fun to explore! Backpack: The MSU Moorhead Bookstore
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