Here’s How Much It Costs To Dress Like BTS In “Smash City”
BTS Smash City, HYBE‘s latest collaboration with SHOWROOM, has been launched. BTS is featured in the new Smash City as part of the Japanese-based app smash. Every Friday, the app will release new BTS content, which showcases the members living their lives in the virtual city, “smash.city.”
In the videos released, BTS are seen appropriately dressed for city life and looking expensive. Here’s how much it costs to dress like them…
RM wore a fun polka-dot print button-up from Sandro for $245 USD.
Jin wore a jungle flower print shirt, previously worn by V at the 62nd Grammy Awards in 2020, from Saint Laurent for $1,327 USD. He paired it with another piece from Saint Laurent, a palm motif embroidered jacket for $2,690 USD.
Suga also dressed in an outfit fitting of summer, as he wore a cotton-poplin shirt with a printed palm tree design. From the brand Dries Van Noten, it cost $598 USD. His Vilsoni jacket, from the same brand, costs $797 USD.
J-Hope wore a Saint Laurent iridescent silk shirt in green for $790 USD. Over the top, he wore a palm tree-Jacquard double-breasted jacket for a shocking $3,990 USD, which can also be bought from Saint Laurent.
Jimin, also dressed in Saint Laurent, wore a scratch-detail blazer for $2,690 USD.
V paired a printed Sandro cotton-poplin button-up with a green metallic ribbed-knit cardigan from Saint Laurent for $598 and $1,090 USD, respectively.
He also accessorized with the “mew01 #101” glasses from Stephane Christian for $215 USD.
Jungkook wore a face logo hooded sweatshirt from Acne Studios for $340 USD for a more casual and athletic look.
For a classy look, he wore a bead-detail embroidered blazer from Saint Laurent for $3,790 USD!
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