Here’s How Much It Costs To Dress Like BTS In “A Butterful Getaway” Comeback Special
BTS have officially made their comeback with “Permission to Dance.” While initially ARMYs were mixed on the new cowboy aesthetic, we all kind of love it now! So, if you want to join and maybe head on over to a rodeo with BTS, you’re going to need the proper attire. So, why not take some style cues from BTS themselves?
Recently, BTS held their comeback special A Butterful Getaway on NAVER NOW., and, of course, they looked great as usual.
Here’s how much it costs to dress and accessorize like BTS in the A Butterful Getaway Comeback Special…
We never thought we’d see Wrangler included in a BTS fashion list, yet here we are. Jungkook paired his vintage shirt, which you can find similar styles for around $40 to $60 USD from secondhand, with nylon pants from Bottega Veneta for $1,350 USD. His sneakers are Louis Vuitton and cost $1,200 USD.
V is golden in the “Wheat Seed” long-sleeve shirt from Bode for $530 USD. He coordinated the look perfectly with matching croc loafers from Bottega Veneta for $1,050 USD.
Jimin accessorized his outfit with the “Mirror-Mirror Necklace” from Walter Van Beirendonck and the “Wallabee” shoes from Clarks Originals for $160 USD.
J-Hope paired Gucci‘s “Mesh Tiger Tank” for over the top of a paint-detailed button-up from Lanvin for $1,450 and $792 USD, respectively. He wore the patchwork patterned cotton trousers from Comme des Garçons for $480 USD. He finished the look off with the “Suede Wallabee Derbys” from Clarks Originals for $150 USD.
Suga paired the “Edwin Acid T-shirt” with a cropped orange button-up both from Acne Studios for $180 and $210 USD, respectively. His pants are the “Stitch Carpenter Pants” from Andersson Bell and cost $98 USD. His accessories include the “XL Anagam Brooch” from LOEWE for $750 USD and the “Weaver” shoes from Clarks Originals x Levi’s for $300 USD.
Jin wore the “Rhinestone Face Detail T-shirt” from Acne Studios for $300 USD with their “Buzz Sneakers” for $410 USD.
RM’s shoes are the “Ute Moc Trainer Hi-Folk” from Visvim and cost $860 USD.