Co-ordinated & Sophisticated

Co-ordinated separates are the perfect way to update your look. Popular on the catwalks and on the high street – they are an absolute necessity for your wardrobe.

When thinking of matching separates the first thing which springs to mind is the iconic image of Elle Woods aka Legally Blonde. Whilst Elle manages to pull off the ultimate girlish look: a bright pink suit with matching hat, it’s not quite the look I personally desire.

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Co-ordinates can be simple,  patterned or bold – whichever works best for you. Whether it’s a monochrome pattern like Chloe or chess board print like Louis Vuitton the co-ordination trend has something to suit every one.

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(Left: Chloe Centre & Right: Louis Vuitton)
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The likes of Millie Mackintosh and Laura Whitmore have been pictured rocking the trend and rocking it well!  Millie’s suit is perfect for a chic and smart summer look. Laura manages to combine the metallic trend and the matching with this masculine suit. By wearing a white polo necked top and exposing her midriff underneath she has managed to make this look ultra feminine.
If you’re looking for the perfect matching set on a budget then look no further than the high street. Topshop, Zara and River Island all have a great range of separates to get your hands on.
I know I’ll be buying a matching outfit… will you?
Co-ordinated & Sophisticated

2 thoughts on “Co-ordinated & Sophisticated

  1. I bet you could! You could always look for something patterned which is more pastel coloured, so it's still bright but not as bold if you don't feel comfortable! 🙂 xx

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