You've probably seen a lot of Korean beauty products popping up in stores around the U.S.—like the ever popular sheet masks—but not nearly as much Korean fashion. Since only a few sites ship from Korea to the U.S., it's not easy to find Korean clothing lines in America. This is why we're so excited Nordstrom is dedicating one of its "Pop-In" store series to K-fashion. For a limited time, on the site and in select stores, Nordstrom will showcase clothing and accessories from women's and unisex Korean fashion brands like Neul, J Koo, SJYP, Yune Ho, Kuho, Hvein Seo, and more. Now you don't have to book a flight to Seoul to get the perfect pair of fuzzy platform heels or a silky bomber jacket!
Curated by Nordstrom’s Vice President of Creative Projects Olivia Kim, the five-week K-fashion event will last from March 31 to May 7. You can shop the styles in-store in L.A., Chicago, Seattle, Dallas, Bellevue, Toronto, and Vancouver, or online at nordstrom.com/pop. Check out some of the looks below.