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Since the summer nights album came with a variety of photocards and CD cover, i will share with you what i got from the Night and Water version
The Water version
Extra bonus for first release version, Water version:
Extra bonus for first release version, Night version [ALERT] contains images showing skins, lots and lots of skins, so many skins it's like wow, so enter at your own risk [/ALERT]
Thank you for wasting your time and data to look at each one :D
Twice members transform into princesses
Twice appeared on the cover of Marie Claire fashion magazine’s August issue looking like Disney princesses.
The K-pop group recently released the song “Dance the Night Away.”
In the pictures released, each of the nine singers of Twice put on white laced dresses and pastel chiffon outfits.
Jihyo, Momo and Sana donned dresses with flower patterns. Dahyun and Chaeyoung flashed big smiles for the camera.
In an interview that accompanied the photo spread, Sana said she had participated in writing the lyrics for the song with Momo and Mina.
Jihyo shared how she had gotten a tan while shooting the music video for the track. Tzuyu and Nayeon said dance moves for the new song are especially fun because they include plenty of leg movements.
By Kim Soo-bin, Intern reporter (firstname.lastname@example.org)
TWICE’s Easy-To-Wear MV Outfits We Want To Steal For Our Own Closets
It finally happened! After dropping teasers for what felt like forever, “Dance The Night Away” was finally released. TWICE had a comeback yet again – obviously working incredibly hard, and looking amazing while doing so. With that many comebacks, it’s getting more and more confusing as to how the girls seem to look even better in every new MV; leaving not only ONCE in complete awe. We want to take this opportunity to review all of TWICE’s fashion moments from their MVs, while also looking for outfits that people can wear in everyday life.
Quick disclaimer: This selection is subjective and solely based on clothing items, accessories, and their wearability in daily life, NOT on the overall appearance of the members. By no means could we ever rank TWICE members according to their beauty, because, frankly, that’s impossible. Also: Although Japanese MVs are mentioned, this article focuses on the group’s Korean MVs.
“Like Ooh-Ahh”: Under-appreciated outfits and camouflage galore
Every ONCE will remember TWICE’s debut MV for “Like Ooh-Ahh” and with that, probably, the member’s outfits. What first comes to mind is probably the red, black, and camouflage concept teaser outfits with mesh and crop elements – especially Momo’s and Tzuyu’s. Sana’s or Dahyun’s styles from this era are very wearable, but if you’re willing to adapt camouflage into your outfit, you could try Chaeyoung’s look with camo shorts.
Aside from the teaser, the MV-only outfits for “Like Ooh-Ahh” are quite the eye-candy, too. Who could forget Nayeon’s yellow plaid skirt or Momo’s suspender pants?
Mina’s under-appreciated (because unfortunately barely visible) black strap top with strap sandals outfit is one that we’d definitely apply to our wardrobe. Just because it somehow looks cozy AND beautiful at the same time, but that might just be because it’s Mina.
“Cheer Up”: Not just cheerleaders
A lot of people associate “Cheer Up” with their signature cheerleader stage outfits. The black shorts with purple college jackets quickly became TWICE’s signature fashion during this era, alongside the mint, white, and black stripes outfits from the era’s teaser images. Thanks to the rotation concept of the MV, we got to see the girls in A LOT of different styles: take for example Tzuyu’s super elegant dress or Momo’s pure badassery.
When it comes to being wearable in daily life though, Nayeon’s casual jeans n’ T-shirts concept definitely qualifies. Jeongyeon’s grunge style is also another option if you want to take things even more chill.
“TT”: Halloween queens
As you probably know, the Korean version of “TT” is Halloween-themed. That means the girls are not only dressed in a incredibly fluffy looking pastel jeans look, but are also more or less dressed in creepy costumes. That obviously doesn’t keep the members from looking absolutely stunning though.
Additionally to pastels and costumes, there is one more style for this comeback. This third one consists of various white and lavender skirts and dresses, which actually look more mint green in the MV thanks to filters. And the outfits with geometric color blocking shapes – whether lavender or mint – are very much wearable on a daily basis.
When talking about “TT,” we just have to mention their outfits from the Japanese MV for the song. The girls are dressed in red and black college jackets, watching a movie in the drive-in cinema. Confusingly enough, the members are also starring in the movie, wearing adorable summer outfits, which could just be our favorite beat-the-heat looks on this list.
“Knock Knock”: Fashion overload
There are so many cute outfits in “Knock Knock” that it’s hard to keep track of the changing process. Let’s give it a try: There are black, white, and red graphic pattern outfits; grungy with plaid, heart, and mesh elements; and don’t forget the blue and white with pink polka dot fabric and heart details. Are you confused yet?
Despite there being so many choices in “Knock Knock,” Nayeon’s black dress with a red crop sweater or Mina’s style with the clubs and hearts skirt are simple yet fashionable looks that you can apply to your daily wardrobe. But really, if we could, we would just get every single outfit from this MV.
“Signal”: Colorful aliens and school uniforms
In “Signal,” the concept is either school uniform or crazy color blocked retro fashion. It’s understandable though, seeing as things can probably get a tad crazy when there’s an alien involved. The uniforms of the members are anything but boring thanks to a variety of different cuts and styles, combining blue, white, and red details. Take for example, Dahyun’s and Jihyo’s outfits!
Looking at the other styles in the MV, there are loads and loads of different colors and geometric shapes, like big earrings and chunky bright boots, to name a few. It’s like retro disco era came back to life. And while this style might be a bit difficult to pull off in the streets of your hometown, some of the outfits would certainly have a positive wow-effect, like Chaeyoung’s and Dahyun’s colorful ensembles.
“Likey”: The cutest fashion show
The outfits in “Likey” are amazing. They’re colorful, fun, and just feel like summer (one where you can still wear pretty clothes while jamming through the city without melting). Plus, they perfectly match the mood of the song. In particular, Jeongyeon’s jeans shorts and T-shirt outfit, Sana’s pastel crop style, and Mina’s black skirt and yellow crop top stand out as ones you could easily apply to your own wardrobe.
The latter is worn by Chaeyoung in the picture above, but Mina wears it in the official video; either way, it’s proof of how cute the outfit is. The MV for “Likey” is basically one big fashion show!
“Heart Shaker”: PANTS!
“Heart Shaker” was released in December, so the teaser images, cover, and outfits in those are all holiday-themed. The outfits are super cute and of course very much wearable, BUT it’s summer right now and not the time to think about snow, ice, and the cold, so let’s focus on the not-so-christmas-y MV!
The outfits in the video for the song are either jeans and white or a colorful contrast. This was a historic first in TWICE’s career: long jeans in an MV. And – no surprise there – the girls look absolutely gorgeous, even in something as basic as blue jeans and white tops.
The alternative style of the MV is – as mentioned above – super colorful and fun; lots of skirts and various patterns. If we had to choose an outfit from this wardrobe, it would be Sana’s red stripe-y crop top, paired with a cute dark blue skirt; or Tzuyu’s mustard yellow crop top with matching plaid skirt. But – see for yourself – this choice is a tough one.
“What Is Love?”: Colors, patterns, and hilarious costumes
While all of the outfits in TWICE’s MV up until this point usually were somewhat uniform when it came to either patterns, colors, or fabric – this time, their styles are very much diverse. For example, there’s Tzuyu’s amazing golden pleated skirt, Chaeyoung’s metallic T-shirt dress with fashionable sock fit heels, and Jeongyeon in pink plaid pants. So many facets of fashion in only one concept! And who could forget Dahyun as Leon?
But considering wearability, it’s got to be Nayeon with her velvet crop top and jeans shorts, and Mina in an oversized jeans jacket. Sooo much jeans!
“Dance The Night Away”: A very fashionable version of Cast Away
We finally got to see the nine members in a tropical setting for “Dance The Night Away,” and TWICE did not disappoint with their outfits. Stranded on an island in white fairy-like dresses, the girls find(?) three new looks for each member in the process of the MV (hey, we’re not questioning this logic). All of the clothes perfectly match with sunny days, parties at the beach, vacation, and all the other good things you’d want to experience in summer. Jeongyeon’s, Nayeon’s, and Jihyo’s outfits especially make us want to go shopping and then head straight to the beach.
The summer concept doesn’t end with just summer street fashion, though. In the beach scenes, the girls are actually dressed in swimwear combined with either skirts or shorts. Colorful earrings, tropical flowers, and beach-style wavy hair complete this look that’s perfect for a tropical island outing.
Reviewing all of TWICE’s MVs and trying to select the prettiest yet most wearable outfits is not exactly a walk in the park, but one thing is for sure: TWICE’s wardrobe is a fashion wonderland, or to word it differently: TWICE’s stylists really know what they’re doing.
Everything You Missed At TWICE’s Press Conference In Singapore
Find out what their travel essentials are!
Author: Cheryl LYS (16 Jun 2018)
JYP Entertainment’s multinational girl group TWICE has unquestionably succeeded on all fronts: they perform crazily addictive chart-toppers, boast adorable charms and have stunning visuals.
And they’re encapsulating all of those winning factors into their second tour, TWICELAND ZONE 2: Fantasy Park. After a three-day show in Seoul, the nonet( group of nine people, esp. musicians) is taking their tour overseas, choosing Singapore as their first overseas stop.
We caught up with the nonet at their press conference ahead of their concert at Singapore Indoor Stadium tomorrow, during which they revealed their favourite TWICE songs and travel essentials.
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