Style Inspiration: Recreate Blackpink Jennie's Winter Looks

Nov 25, 2020
05:56 A.M.
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Jennie loves a feminine and cute outfit. And we love her in it too. Here are five times BLACKPINK’s Jennie showed us how to do winter style.


Twenty-four-year-old Jennie Kim from the South Korean girl group Blackpink posted a series of photos on her Instagram that winter style can both alluring and cozy.

Jennie’s fashionable accessories ranging from statement scarves to chic, French-styled berets, will have you pulling out your notepad and taking all notes. Here are five times that the singer slash fashionista pulled off some trendy winter looks.

1. Cuddly Scarf


A scarf is a great accessory to stay warm, but in addition to being functional, it can also bring your outfit together. Jennie shows the cold is no match for her, stepping out in chic denim on denim look. The statement Bears Winter Scarf is all shades of cute, cuddly, and cozy.

2. All Black


An all-black ensemble can be so many things because it’s such an easy to wear color. You can pair black with just about any other color or pattern, or like Jennie in Paris, you can go head to toe black and achieve a chic look for nippy weather.

3. Beanie


Beanies took a break a few years ago, but now they’re back like they never left. Jennie wore a black Adidas jacket with loose-fitting, faded denim jeans topped with a fall favorite, stylish black beanie. The look makes for an effortless, casual everyday look.

4. Red Sweater


Jennie has shown how much she adores Chanel on several occasions, and she certainly knows how to look good in it. Here she sports a bold colored red sweater. A confident choice to break the monotony of dated winter colors.

5. Tilted Beret


Jennie steps out in a true reflection of her well-known love of French style. A chic black beret with a sweet pin detail, which she wore with a navy scarf. Traditionally navy and black are not said to go together, as a cardinal rule of fashion, but that book is old, and some rules, as they say, are meant to be broken.