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Lee Tae Im Gets Glamorous In Esquire

By Elsa B. | December 31, 2015 09:27 AM EST

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For the Emperor actress Lee Tae Im starred in "Come Back Again" for the January issue of Esquire. The beauty looked sexy and sophisticated in evening attire by brands like Carolina Herrera and Salvatore Ferragamo. According to the magazine, the star has transformed from being a "wonder" to a "simple, real person" that the public can understand.

Among the standout designer pieces showcased, there was a velvet scuba dress by Donna Karan New York (DKNY). The contemporary glamor piece has a fit-and-flare silhouette and silk paneling in the front. It can be yours HERE and can be seen below.


Lee coupled the dress with Monday Edition's "Mirror" bold bangle. The brass cuff is part of the "You Reflect Me" Spring/Summer 2015 collection and features a circular design with different tones. It can be yours HERE and can be appreciated below.


Lee also modeled a Zara gown with a modern side-cutout. Her surprisingly affordable shoes were Aldo's "Yadori" midnight black heels. The shoes are decorated with diamond studs, can be yours HERE and can be seen below. The popular pair were worn by AOA's Seolhyun in the November issue of Ceci as well.


In other fashion news, Lee Tae Im recently embraced the cold wind at the beach for the November issue of Arena Homme+.

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About the Author: Elsa is the founder, head writer, and editor of KPopBreak.com. In her website, she covers K-pop celebrity style, Korean actress beauty trends, red carpet appearances and Seoul Fashion Week news.

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