Recreating ITZY’s Outfits from “Swipe”

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K-pop girl group ITZY’s highly anticipated debut studio album Crazy in Love was released on September 24. The five-member group dropped a music video for title track Loco on the same day, as well as a music video for B-side track Swipe two days later. In Swipe, the members warn those who try to change and control them that they’ll “swipe” and move on to the next person. The immersive and innovative music video is intercut with self-shot TikTok-style videos and includes futuristic backdrops, fast-paced transitions and fish-eye lens footage. The clothing in the video is similarly on-trend, channeling a colorful, groovy Gen Z aesthetic. Read on for a host of figure-hugging streetwear ‘fits in loud patterns!

Outfit #1

 
 
 
 
 
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The music video opens with this first set of outfits, as the members dance on a giant polychromatic QR code. There’s a diverse array of patterns here, including Chaeryeong’s plaid pants, Yeji’s floral-print jacket and pants, Lia’s lettering dress, Ryujin’s striped top and Yuna’s cow-print top. They all opt for fitted silhouettes such as crop tops, mini dresses and mini skirts, as well as casual lace-up shoes in the form of sneakers and boots.

Chaeryeong

Chaeryeong’s outfit mixes girly tops with funky bottoms. Her pink bralette with a contrast band is paired with a fuzzy pink cropped cardigan, emanating teen queen energy. However, her bold multicolored plaid pants and black sneakers with yellow laces create a punk-meets-hip-hop vibe.

Lia

With her hair held up in quirky double top knots, Lia lets her long-sleeve lettering-print sheath mini dress shine. Maintaining the minimalist black and white palette of her dress, Lia’s white boots come with contrasting black laces.

Ryujin

Befitting Ryujin’s tomboyish image, her ensemble consists of casual pieces such as a cropped denim jacket and a pair of raw-hem denim shorts, both in a light wash. For a pop of color, she layers a striped ribbed-knit crop top underneath in highly saturated colors of red, blue and yellow. Ryujin accessorizes with cool paperclip earrings and completes the look with lettering socks and white sneakers with a contrasting brown sole.

Yeji

Yeji goes all out with a patterned co-ord set consisting of a cropped jacket and a pair of straight-fit pants, and adds even more fun with a cropped butterfly-print tank! To balance out the busy clothing items, she keeps things simple with an alloy necklace and plain white sneakers.

Yuna

Yuna’s fuzzy cow-print short-sleeve crop top is an indisputable attention-grabber. Like Lia, she goes for an experimental monochrome outfit, styling her crop top with a belted side-slit black mini skirt. A pair of white tights and checkered sneakers further the color scheme, while a silver chain choker adds an edgy touch.

Outfit #2

 
 
 
 
 
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While clad in these outfits, the members dance around and take mirror selfies in their bedroom and bathroom, both of which are painted an aesthetically pleasing pastel yellow. In particular, the bedroom is decorated with plenty of posters, neon signs, ivy garlands and fairy lights.

Compared to the first set of alternative wear, here, the members are more dressed up. Chaeryeong and Lia wear dresses, while Yuna wears a vest-and-pants co-ord, and they all rock plenty of bling. There are some printed pieces as well, such as Lia’s zebra-print dress, Ryujin’s dollar-bill pants and Yeji’s plaid skirt.

Chaeryeong

With her fiery red tresses tied in a side ponytail, Chaeryeong dons a grungy ensemble consisting of a black denim sleeveless mini dress and black lace tights. Her dramatic cat-eye makeup only enhances the sexy rocker vibes.

Lia

In the music video, Lia poses next to Chaeryeong for multiple selfies, highlighting the contrasting aesthetics of the two members’ wardrobes. While Chaeryeong’s outfit is dark and sultry, Lia lives up to her “princess” reputation with a dollish get-up. She balances a playful pink spaghetti strap zebra-print mini dress with a demure baby blue cardigan, and grounds the look with elegant bow details such as a blue hair bow and black hoop earrings with dangling bows.

Ryujin

Ryujin exudes luxury in a cropped halter-neck top in a warm shade of yellow, which she wears with a pair of dollar-bill print pants. Her gold jewelry, including hoop earrings with dangling charms and a lettering cuff bracelet, emphasizes the rich, honey-like color of her top.

Yeji

Yeji’s youthful get-up is made up of a black off-shoulder long-sleeve zip-up top and a schoolgirl-esque blue pleated plaid mini skirt that mixes in other vibrant colors. She accentuates her face-framing pink highlights with a red hair clip and a blue hair clip on either side. What lends her apparel its childlike quality is the presence of a pair of yellow Crocs – proof that you don’t have to take fashion too seriously.

Yuna

Maknae Yuna exudes major boss energy in a watermelon-colored co-ord set comprising a cropped vest and a pair of dress pants. Instead of going for a formal workwear look, she gives the clothing items a casual, street-style spin by accessorizing with a black lettering cap, ball stud chain earrings and white sneakers with rainbow laces.

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