Co – ordinates in your Style Wardrobe | SS/12 | Key Looks {Style Bookmark}

Hello Stylers! It is indeed the coming season to curate your fashionably, cohesive wardrobe. In play with the wonder that is colour mode, lace imagination, mod and owned and ‘if I were a boy’ – comes the channelled uniform style of co-ordinates.

Co-ordinates? Yes, it’s a style that does exactly what it says on the tin – pairing your favourite tweed blazer with the most chic chiffon fabrics and your eye candy flavoured tapered trousers. Whether your preference prevails a ‘colour coded’ look or spots meet stripes, the co-ordinated look works in perfect harmony with your refined, statement making style.

On a personal note – the Co-ord’ style is equally as plausable a style in the compliation stakes as the Mod Squad look – it’s easy to combine with your personal style, enabling one to ‘mix and match’ as freely as ever.

Favourite picks? In ‘Soso’ Style tradition – we’re decorating our canvas with an array of stripes, lighter pastels and tie dye enthused prints.

Best places to shop for the Co-ord look? Rag & Bone, Lipsy and Topshop have a great selection. Remember, the key ingredient to perfecting this look, is to combine not just a case of colour and print, but in hybrid mixing – shape and fabric, is a poignant element, too.



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