Dissecting Park Shin Hye's Fashion: The Best and the Worst

By Staff Writer | December 13, 2013 07:00 AM EST

Park Shin Hye is a hot commodity these days, thanks to her drama "The Heirs." Let's take a look at some of the best and the worst outfits she's ever worn!

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Everything about this outfit is a winner! I'm in love with this trench blazer with those red sunglasses and the boots. Love, love, love!


I hate those heels! They're tacky and over the top and looks like she's trying too hard to make her casual outfit sexy.


She looks like a hot gas attendant, which isn't a good thing.


This outfit would've worked if her bag wasn't so hideous and she was seen wearing some pants under that big top.


Oh my goodness, the chicness! I'm in love with this black sweater with the embroidered elbows, the denim skirt, with a pair of tights underneath. Those ankle boots and the deep purple purse make this outfit a huge winner.


What in Ghandi's name is going on here?


That vest is adorable and those shoes to go with it are just as cute!


You can never go wrong in a chic black jacket with skinny jeans, huge sunglasses, and a pair of good heeled boots.


This girl can pull off NYC style and that's hard to do. I absolutely love her hair this length and that scarf, bag, and black on black is to die for!


Tagged :  Park Shin Hye, The Heirs

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