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Posted by LorraineYe AKP STAFF Friday, March 30, 2018

10 Coordinated Stage Outfits That We Love!

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1. gugudan - The Boots
gugudan's "The Boots" is a bubbly pop song and the girls all donned the same outfit for their performance on 'M!Countdown'. We love the effect that the outfit has on each member. It seems that having the same outfit gave them all a chance to really highlight their talent while maintaining their visual.
2. TWICE - Like OOH-AHH
TWICE outfits for their announcement and instruction video for the dance contest they held were an excellent example of gorgeous outfit coordination. All the outfits maintained the individual member's style and personality while also coordinating perfectly alongside the other members. The color red, as well as the camouflage pattern, were both common themes in this particular outfit concept.
3. OH MY GIRL - Secret Garden
On 'Show Champion', OH MY GIRL performed in gorgeous burgundy dresses for their "Secret Garden" stage. We love the outfit choice and thematic element of the dark red color because each dress is different for each member. Though the silhouettes of the dress were similar across the board, the embellishments gave each dress a feeling of uniqueness.
4. Girls' Generation - Mr. Taxi
For Girls' Generation "Mr. Taxi" and "The Boys" comeback stage on 'Inkigayo' they wore sexy police officer outfits that are now considered one of the best on-stage outfit concepts in K-Pop. Each member's police uniform differed slightly, but all outfits had the signature navy blue color. Each member also wore matching pleather shorts and tall boots.
5. f(x) - Red Light
On KBS 'Music Bank', f(x) slayed the crowd with their coordinated outfits during their performance of "Red Light". We love this stage in particular because every aspect of each member's outfit is extremely true to the person. In particular, Amber's outfit is a stand-out as it takes her personal style but intertwines it with the military-style outfits that are more standard on the other members.
6. NCT 127 - Cherry Bomb
For a live performance of "Cherry Bomb," NCT 127 proved that girl groups aren't the only ones who can rock a coordinated look. In fact, the group all wore matching pink camouflage during their showcase performance. Not only does the pink look great on the members, but the camouflage makes for a cool effect alongside their choreography.
7. SEVENTEEN - Pretty U
Another boy group that are the kings of coordinated stage outfits are SEVENTEEN! Yes, the members in this particular performance of "Pretty U" look heavenly and ethereal in sparkling all-white outfits. From suits to sweaters, button-ups to long sleeves, all the members do their own personal take on crisp white clothing.
8. BTOB - Movie
When BTOB were promoting "Movie" they decided to all do an homage to a famous movie character. Though they didn't have a connecting thematic element that tied their outfits together visually, this conceptual movie character idea worked perfectly! Plus, the outfits they wore for the performance went along with the music video for "Movie".
9. AOA - Excuse Me
AOA's "Excuse Me" is a great example of how to do coordinated outfits correctly. Not only did they absolutely rock their mustard yellow detective outfits on Inkigayo, they also wore the same outfits in pink, tan, and red! Their on-stage appearances are absolute coordinated perfection for the "Excuse Me" live promotional performances.
10. MONSTA X - Beautiful
MONSTA X did a live performance of "Beautiful" at MBC 'Music Festival' dressed as the princes of our fantasies. Because "Beautiful" is a soul-wrenching and gorgeous ballad, it fit perfectly with the handsome and well put-together look the members confidently wore. What makes this performance so special, however, is the fact that once "Beautiful" ended, their outfits seamlessly transitioned into unique-to-the-individual pieces for a powerful live performance of "Dramarama".

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