A set consisting of two pieces (co-ord) has been present in fashion editorials and on the streets for many seasons now. Blazers with matching trousers or skirts, as well as waistcoats with matching trousers – are both on the pedestal.
The two-piece set gives us freedom of choice, so that we can create multiple looks. That’s because you can wear the two pieces together in the same outfit or on their own in different outfits.
Let’s have a look at some of these looks:
The Androgynous look
The word itself describes the style. It is when a masculine piece is worn by a woman. It has a special dynamism and just a few women decide to adopt it. It is beautifully worn with a shirt, a turtleneck or a blouse. For a bolder look, wear the waistcoat on its own, with nothing underneath.
The Boho look
There is nothing more flattering and easier to wear than a jean set consisting of a vest and a long, wide skirt. If you love this style, wear the waistcoat and its matching skirt with a checkered, multicolored or white shirt and add a scarf, jewelry and a hat.
The Βusiness look
Popular and loved as the official dress code of many companies, especially airlines. The waistcoat is harmonically matched with the same skirt or pair of trousers.
The Vintage look
Dreamy brocades or taffeta outfits consisting of waistcoats worn with same fabric skirts or trousers. This is the feel of times bygone that remains timeless and elegant. If you like this style, then look for it in the more updated vintage shops in your city.
Today’s look is a vintage co-ord in petit carreau and earthy tones. It is so in, and so versatile.
Below 3 mix combinations with co-ord
and a floral shirt,
a satin striped blouse and a trench coat,
a vintage floral blouse and a blazer.
Which one would you choose?
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