Seoul Fashion Week has just been and gone, which means it’s time for the long-awaited return of the much-loved Kpopalypse fashion class!
By popular demand, this episode of Kpopalypse fashion class will be helping you harness the power of boobs-harnessing!
Hi there, cao ni mas! Since Seoul Fashion Week is coming up soon, Kpopalypse is back with another episode of the much-loved Kpopalypse Fashion Class, and this time we’re delving into the fascinating world of polka dots! This post contains all the trufax you need to know on how to use polka dots to enhance female boobs and look hot, or to make someone else look hot, with lots of k-pop girls as examples! Grab yourself a drink and let’s get started!
It’s coming up to Seoul Fashion Week yet again, so that’s a good excuse as any other for another episode of Kpopalypse Fashion Class!
We all know how fashion articles on other k-pop sites usually go – inane boring light-on-content list-post clickbait bullshit. Instead, why not experience a fashion article that has actual information in it and experience what many other k-pop websites could potentially be like if they stopped catering to 12-year old fuckwads? Also as a bonus, you can either perv on the pictures of hot k-pop girls, or learn how to look like a hot k-pop girl worth perving on by others! Could this post be any more perfect? Read on and find out!
Never one to shy away from the important issues surrounding k-pop, it’s time for Kpopalypse to cover an often-misunderstood and misrepresented topic of great importance – the effect of horizontal black and white stripes on boob perception. Welcome to Kpopalypse fashion class!
If you’re anything like me, you’ll be very sick and tired of the superfluous fashion articles that appear in k-pop media. You’ve all seen them – some lazily tossed-off article about “oooh, look what [insert idol here] wore today, wow, isn’t she so classy!”. If these worthless articles are not just paid for by the record company to help boost the idol’s profile, they’re churned out by the media outlet simply because nothing interesting was happening that week and someone had an article quota to meet – but they’re functionally fairly useless. If you’re into k-pop fashion (or perving at k-pop fashion), surely you want some information that you can actually use. Don’t worry, Kpopalypse has got you covered!