27. May 2018
BTS Airport Fashion May 2018 | Suga
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_custom_heading text=”Hey Chingu!” font_container=”tag:p|font_size:25|text_align:left|color:%23000000″ use_theme_fonts=”yes”][vc_column_text]BTS performed again on the BBMAs! They really did it! BTS are international stars. I know they are it for a long time now but I realized it today while looking up the concert prices for the Love Yourself world tour today. The first time I went to a BTS concert it was on the KCON in Paris 2016 and it was Awesome. The prices where a lot cheaper back then why I realized it just today, although I wish the guys the best I am sad not to be able to afford a good seat. I know a lot of you get this and I feel you, too.
So in all my love and dedication to BTS, I decided to do a BTS airport fashion outfit today. Suga wore the outfit in the 23rd May 2018 on the trip back to Incheon after the BBMAs 2018.
I chose this outfit because it looks really elegant and comfy at the same time. I like how Suga always looks awesome with a minimalistic outfit. Even if I like detailed outfits I sometimes like to wear uncomplicated fashion without frills. Especially on normal days or on trips. Suga wears a blue striped shirt and black trousers with gladiator sandals and obviously a Vans cap with a small skull on it. This time I think I really nailed the outfit with my picks! 😀 See for yourself my chingu.
My Suggestion For BTS Sugas Airport Outfit
The blouse looks really like the original one and the trousers are loose like Yoongis. Also, I love the feeling the comfy sandals and the skull cap gives to the outfit: rebellious but still elegant.
Below you can view each piece individually and if you are interested you can purchase the pieces. It helps to support us with FashionChingu but no worries we appreciate your presence either way. Tell me what you think in the comment section I would like to know your opinion.
STRONG POWER THANK YOU 🙂
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