Meow the Secret Boy: Looking back at the show’s fashion neutral style and cosy aesthetic

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Meow the Secret Boy: Looking back at the show’s fashion neutral style and cosy aesthetic
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The quirky series Meow the Secret Boy starring Kim Myung Soo and Shin Ye Eun grabbed our attention in more ways than one. With the adorable plot, the charming characters and the even more charming style, we were hooked to the series!  For those who haven’t watched it yet, the drama told the tale of an aspiring webtoon artist named Kim Sol Ah who has a love-hate relationship with cats and a cat named Hong Jo who can secretly turn into a human.

 

While the humorous story was enough to keep us hooked, we admit that we stayed for the style we saw on the couple. You can expect laughs, cuteness, and craziness in this drama, along with cosy and comfortable fashion. Set in fall and winter, the two leads are seen throughout the show in ultra-comfy sweaters and winter wear, staying true to the white/pastel aesthetic of the series. 

 

The show’s colour palette reflects the mood and aesthetic of the show and even gives an insight into the characters’ personality traits. The most dominating colours are definitely on the lighter side and very neutral. 

 

Apart from the fashion we also loved that the series gives a special impression by showing the story from a pet’s perspective. Episode 8 tugged at viewers’ heartstrings when it showed the complex feelings that Hong Jo felt about being sent to another person, being abandoned, and the agony of finding a way to return.

 

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