Improve your two-piece game today
Without mincing words, separates can be hard and sometimes, even the most seasoned fashionista can get it wrong because trying to find the perfect bottom to match your top can be tough. With so many variables at play (colours, hem heights, layering), it can be difficult to coordinate the perfect outfit that fits you properly.
Luckily, coordinating outfits are seriously in right now, which means you can cut down on precious prep time in the morning, especially going to work or simply going out.
The two-piece outfits range from staple items like skirts and crop-tops to trousers and blazers, kimono jackets and matching bottoms and everything in between. It’s all of the ease of a suit or a dress, but your outfit feels fresh and modern. No matter your personal style, you can find two-piece sets that range from sophisticated to sexy to laid-back. You can always wear the top and bottom together or mix and match with items that are already in your closet.
Colours matter when you are trying to make a statement. Because they are coordinates, they should naturally match and not clash even if it is not an original two-piece.
When going with prints, they can be distracting especially if it is a bold print. Great for casual or business looks, don’t forget to keep your accessories simple, as your outfit is already loud enough.
This week, musician, Lady Gaga wowed us with her oversized men’s two-piece suit. Now, while this look may not be for everyone, if your fashion game is a bit risqué and you are confident enough, why don’t you consider it? Or match an oversized top with a matching big bottom and vice versa? This is guaranteed to set you apart instantly and vamp up your looks in a mega way. Don’t forget to finish up with matching shoes to complete your appearance.
We have put together some looks to inspire you in case you are thinking of rocking a two- piece and have been hesitant to try it. Another plus is that it looks good on any body type as long as you get one that fits properly.
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