BTS made their return to The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, for a two-night take-over event. The members were interviewed to talk about their new music and to clear up some rumors. Their latest songs, “Permission to Dance” and “Butter,” also had their American TV debut as they performed one each night. As a result, the members had a few different fits that we all loved.
Here’s how much it costs to dress like BTS on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon…
RM wore a matching paisley shirt and pants from Needles, which cost $329 and $355 USD, respectively.
For the “Permission to Dance” performance, he wore a button-up from Martine Rose for $564 USD. Over the top of it, he wore a letterman cardigan from Ralph Lauren for $298 USD. His boots are also Ralph Lauren and cost $990 USD.
During their interview with Jimmy Fallon, RM wore a braid graphic T-shirt from Time Homme for $257.93 USD. He accessorized with the “Persona Ball Bead Bracelet from Aphrose and “Lyndon Two-Tone Sandals” from Officine Creative for $51 and $636 USD, respectively.
For the “Butter” performance, RM wore the “Shark-Collar Shirt in Shiny and Matte Leopard Silk” from Saint Laurent for $1,190 USD. His earrings are the “Stone One Touch” from Hei for just $24 USD.
Jin’s “Permission to Dance” outfit consisted of the “Archive Shield T-shirt” and jeans from GANT for $74 and $189 USD, respectively. He also wore a knit cotton cardigan from Gucci for $1,400 USD. His accessories include a “Wild Flower Necklace” from Big Hug Club and a print silk scarf from Lanvin, which cost $63.42 and $250 USD, respectively. He seemed to alternate between Nike and GANT sneakers, which cost $110 and $150 USD, respectively.
During the interview, he wore a solid green button-up from Time Homme for $301.65 USD. His loafers are Billionaire and cost $974 USD.
We’re all about the accessories with his “Butter” performance look. He wore a brooch from Saint Laurent’s Spring 2021 collection paired with the brand’s “Auger Seashell Pendant Necklace” for $375 USD. His ring is from Hei and costs $49 USD.
Suga wore the “Scabbing Long Sleeve T-shirt” from Rhude for $370 USD with “Laser Library Jeans” from JOEGUSH for $189 USD.
In the “Permission to Dance” performance, he wore a retro-style Gucci suit with the blazer alone, costing $2,800 USD. His top is the “Flag Crest Heavy Rugger” from GANT for $168 USD. Lastly, he wore Nike “SB Dunk Low” sneakers for $100 USD.
His necklace from the “Butter” performance is the “Orchid Pendant Necklace” from Saint Laurent for $375 USD.
J-Hope’s matching “Junk Food” shirt and shorts are from Human Made and cost $320 and $255 USD, respectively. His socks are Celine and cost $110 USD. He accessorized with his go-to silver locket necklace from Louis Vuitton for Unicef for $730 USD.
J-Hope was serving Hufflepuff vibes with his “Permission to Dance” look. He paired a striped Gucci polo with a wool coat from the brand for $590 and $2,980 USD, respectively. His khaki pants are from Gant and cost $189 USD. He accessorized with the “Dreamer C1” glasses from MANOMOS, AVECTHING‘s “Bubble in the Summer” necklace and bracelet, and “Blue Sugar” bracelet for $277, $215, $177, and $117 USD, respectively. His shoes are the “Air Force 1 Acorn” from Nike for $130 USD.
During their interview, Jimmy Fallon confirmed that J-Hope was indeed the “most fashionable member” as J-Hope flexed this outfit from Time Homme. He wore their “Burnout Hooded Shirt” with the “Banding Denim Shorts” for $432.81 and $240.45 USD, respectively. His necklace is the “Epoxy Dice” from NONENON for only $29 USD.
For the “Butter” performance, he wore an altered silk satin tie-up blouse from Saint Laurent for $1,890 USD. He accessorized with a “Tribal Four-strand Charm Pendant” necklace and cracked leather belt from the brand for $395 and $375 USD, respectively.
Jimin wore a “‘Clash City’ Boy T-shirt” from R13 for $325 USD with Dr. Martens‘ “A Bathing Ape x Mastermind Japan 1461” shoes for $230 USD.
Jimin took us back to school with a preppy “Rough Weather Club Blazer” from GANT for $499 USD. His logo-plaque belt is Martine Rose and costs $357 USD. His Nike shoes are the “Dunk Low Dusty Olive” for $110 USD.
For their interview, Jimin wore a cozy mesh knit cardigan from Time Homme for $380.34 USD.
For the “Butter” performance, he looked sexy in a sheer shirt from Saint Laurent for $1,229 USD. His accessories include the “Retro Hoop Earring” from Hei and the “Twisted Snack Chain Necklace” from Aphrose for $25 and $57 USD, respectively.
V wore an argyle sweater from Acne Studios for $511 USD.
In their “Permission to Dance” performance, he wore GANT pants with a Ralph Lauren collared shirt for $189 and $87 USD, respectively. His tie and blazer are both Gucci and cost $220 and $2,800 USD, respectively. Finally, his shoes are the “Prepburg Low Lace Sneakers” from GANT and cost $205 USD.
V’s shirt for the “Butter” performance was custom-made by Lemeteque. However, his belt is from Saint Laurent and costs $375 USD.
Jungkook’s matching “Personal Data” short-sleeve shirt and loose-fit trousers are from Children of the Discordance. They cost $390 and $575 USD, respectively.
For the “Permission to Dance” performance, Jungkook wore an Oxford shirt with khaki pants both from Gant, which cost $156 and $100 USD, respectively. Also, from the brand, he wore a baseball cap for $47 USD. His shoes are the “Twist Leather Derby” from Berluti and cost $1,550 USD.
During the interview, he wore a collared shirt from Time Homme for $257.93 USD. The maknae wears Prada as his loafers are from the brand and cost $975 USD.
During their “Butter” performance,” Jungkook wore Saint Laurent’s “Palm Tree Shirt” and tank top, which cost $1,923 and $350 USD, respectively.