Styling: Co-Ord Sets

Short suits and coordinated sets have been all the range for the past year. What started off as just an incorporation of masculine European tailored suits into womenswear has blossomed into more sleek and classic feminine looks, including a more use of bold prints and classic feminine silhouettes. Crops, culottes, circle skirts, and much more have gotten the look. I, personally, love the coordinated sets trend and all the flexibility in can bring to one's wardrobe. Check out these style sets and let me know what you think!
Organza Co-Ord

I love this classic feminine look to a coordinated set. Strappy black heels and subtle gold accents really allow the focus of the look to be on the beautiful organza checkered set. It looks like a dress when worn together but as soon as the fabric starts to move, you see a hint of skin at the waist for a very understated note of sexiness. Wear the top with distressed boyfriend cut off shorts and nude heels to add an edgy feel to the organza. A classic white button-down and black pointy toe wedges can turn the skirt into a whimsical office look.
Palm Print Co-Ord

Fun palm tree prints with a bold splash of neon. A little festival-y. Or brunch-y. While I love my heels, I love running around and being outdoors more. And heels aren't really the appropriate shoes for impromptu bar crawls or day-long music festivals. The neon brogues are inspired by style savant Nick Wooster, bringing a masculine edge to a fun a flirty outfit. If tomboy chic isn't you're thing, these neon jelly sandals or neon flatform espadrilles should do the trick.
Floral Boy Looks

This one is my favorite look because I love adapting menswear into my looks. I blame the old tom boy living in me. The shirt and shorts are from H&M's Men collection; a dope mix of floral and leaf prints. In styling these, I would cuff the shorts and roll up the sleeves for a more slouchy feel. The oversized cateye sunnies, red lip, and ankle-wrap heels add a bold feminine accent to the look. Perfectly girly and perfectly tomboy.

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