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Spotted at fashion week FW17
Seoul's street style kids get creative. Do you rate it or hate it?
There are trends that trigger an inexplicable desire to make it rain on Net-a-Porter's shopping app, and then there are trends deserving of the routine hump day meme questioning, "Is it over yet?"
At the fall 2017 fashion weeks, the infamous Off-White industrial belt made a cameo (or ten), but here's how Seoul's street style pack has transformed the It-accessory into a unique, styling trend.
Instead of wearing it around the waist, we've seen it looped and fastened around the neck — allowing it to trail from the nape. Now, given the rise and death of the '90s choker trend (and in its place, Raf Simons' elongated neck straps the new obsession du jour) this styling trick is ingenius to say the least. All you need is a D-ring fabric belt to get in on SS17's buzziest look.
So tell us: Would you buckle up like Seoul's most stylish or shut it down immediately?