J-Hope BTS Looks Fashionable In An All Black Outfit At The Airport. Many Fans Highlighted The Idol’s Accessories After The Price Of The Fashion Item He Was Wearing Was Revealed.
The fashionable appearance of J-Hope BTS ( Bangtan Boys ) at the airport recently successfully attracted attention. Especially after the price of the fashion item he was wearing was revealed.
J-Hope left for the United States for his performance at the 2022 Lollapalooza music festival. As usual, J-Hope proved to be the “King of Airport Fashion” with his splendid fashion style.
On Monday (25/7/2022), J-Hope was seen at Incheon International Airport for a flight to the United States. The idol looks fashionable in an all-black outfit. Outer nets worn the most steal the show.
Reported from the Instagram account @bangtan_outfit, the black singlet worn by J-Hope is priced at around Rp. 7 million. Unfortunately the conspicuous outer nets were not found for the price.
J-Hope was also seen wearing a Rp 2.4 million beanie. While the black sandals worn by the owner of the name Jung Hoseok came from the Balenciaga brand, which was sold at a price of Rp. 8.2 million.
Of all J-Hope’s fashion items, some of the rings worn are no less in the spotlight. Besides coming from the brand promoted by Jennie BLACKPINK ( Black Pink ), namely Chanel Coco Crush, the price also makes you cringe.
J-Hope is seen wearing three rings, each of which costs 40 million rupiah. So if the total price reaches Rp. 120 million. Fans can’t imagine if the ring is missing one.
“The ring for the dowry is still too much,” commented a netizen. “It’s really scary if one ring is missing,” added another netizen. “Don’t wear all the rings, honey. There are a lot of bad people outside,” concluded another.
Meanwhile, the Lollapalooza music festival lasts for a total of 4 days, and J-Hope is the headliner for the festival finale from 9:00 to 10:00 p.m. on July 31.
As is known, J-Hope has been working hard to prepare for Lollapalooza 2022 since his solo album “Jack in the Box” was released. The artist made history as the first Korean artist to become a headliner.