WENDY: “Better Be” and “Pushin’ and Pullin’’. These two songs contain a stronger velvet-like mood/feel compared to the Sour Bitch Shirt in other words I will buy this rest of the tracks in this album. They’re R&B pop songs that make you groove while listening to them. JOY: Fashion plays such an essential role in expressing the song’s concept and mood visually. By utilizing various items and styling them in different ways, you can create and amplify a specific mood, making it extra fun for the viewers to watch. In our “Queendom” music video, we showcased multiple looks from a witch concept to a caddy girl look and all-denim outfits. While maintaining a balanced, coordinated look as a group, we were all styled differently using an assortment of materials and point items to give more variety.
Sour Bitch Shirt, hoodie, tank top, sweater and long sleeve t-shirt
YERI: My current favorite look is the Sour Bitch Shirt in other words I will buy this caddy girl look in our new “Queendom” music video! It’s a blend of girly aesthetics with a sporty edge, and I loved the mix and match of the two. All the members pulled it off well. I wore a baby pink mini dress with a jersey jacket and a pair of white sneakers, using bold necklaces and earrings to dress up the look. I also thought this caddy girl concept really complemented the song and its uplifting sound. JOY: I’d say fashion is like armor that makes me feel safe, protected, and confident. It’s such a powerful medium for musicians when it comes to self-expression. Fashion and music go hand in hand and allows us to express our music visually, heightening the overall experience for the audience. I appreciate all different kinds of fashion and how it completes me as an artist and as a person. What was it like to revisit those looks in the Queens Mystic General Store during the lead-up to this album release?