Without a doubt, Red Velvet‘s Seulgi has one of the most unique styles in K-Pop. And given her love for more androgynous, gender-neutral fashion, there’s no surprise that she looks amazing in suits. Here are 12 times she was almost too hot to handle.
At Red Velvet’s first solo concert, Red Room in Seoul, Seulgi wore this sexy suit for her solo dance to “Be Natural”.
This day was Seulgi’s birthday, but ReVeluvs were the ones who received a gift: Seulgi in a gorgeous all-black suit with a high-neck sweater.
Red Velvet have been rocking suits since they released “Be Natural” months after their debut. All the suits that era were amazing, but this white one was one of the most striking on Seulgi.
“Bad Boy” era was another period when suits reigned Red Velvet’s closet. Seulgi looked effortlessly incredible in a black suit over a Gucci crop-top.
Seulgi also wore a very similar outfit when Red Velvet performed at the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics.
When Red Velvet arrived at the 2016 SBS Gayo Daejeon, all of them worse black dresses—except Seulgi, who looked amazing in a black, tight-fitted suit.
When Red Velvet performed “RBB” on SBS’s Inkigayo, Seulgi didn’t wear a full suit. But the grey suit jacket alone looked great with the rest of her outfit.
Everyone donned suits for Red Velvet’s 2020 Season’s Greetings shoot, but Seulgi’s was the standout. The wide-leg, floor-length pants were unique and elongated her figure.
Seulgi’s suit for La Rouge in Seoul was one of her most unique to date, featuring a cropped white suit jacket with black trip and a black cropped waistcoat underneath.
Seulgi went for a formal, floral look at the airport back in April 2017 when she wore this black suit over shirt printed with red flowers.
The navy-blue suit jacket with black pants combo that Seulgi wore to the SXSW K-Pop Showcase press conference was an interesting choice, and her detached collar shirt made it stand out even more.
The vast majority of Seulgi’s suits were pant suits, but she also looks incredible in a skirt suit—which she proved in “Wow Thing”.