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These Are The BEST Ways To Style Printed Co-ords This Summer

These Are The BEST Ways To Style Printed Co-ords This Summer

Now that printed co-ords are helping most of us become headturners, there are no second thoughts about the 90s being back in vogue. We’ve spotted these sets at every other fashion scene — the runways, streets, movies, brunches, you name it. In fact, printed co-ords are now a part of the irresistible sartorial set. With shorts, skirts, pants, or even culottes, printed co-ords are for fashion connoisseurs. Looking to do absolute justice to this set? Here’s how you can…


Layer & Contrasts


The new rule in fashion is: nothing is too random. Take this floral beige shorts and cami set for example, that we’ve teamed up with a tangerine coat. Though unusual and unexpected, there’s something about this look. It’s the perfect piece for those of you who are a little unsure of their body type but aren’t willing to shy away from wearing the best outfits. Complete the look with heels for a rather dressy look. You can also opt for flats or bellies for an effortless avatar. Remember to keep the bag less bulky as it’s an easy look.

How to style printed co-ords using layers and contrasts

SR Store Cami Top and Shorts | Zara Coat | Shoe That Fits You Heels | Accessorize Bag


Effortless & Boho


This is the ultimate look to be both comfortable and stylish. A printed set featuring culottes or pants is nothing but comfort at its best. Show off a bit of that midriff and shoulder, and you’re going to play the ‘fashionista’ part right. This will also make for a great travel look, perfect to move around in and go places. Remember to keep all the accessories muted here. You can experiment with neckpieces with beads, layered chains or even a cane hat with this look. A word of caution; this may not be the best look for short pear-shaped body types.

How to style printed co-ords using an effortless and boho look

Fashion Affair Set | New Look Bag | Charles & Keith Flats | JRS First Sunglasses


Suit Up


Take the suit out of the boardroom and you’re still a power dresser, in an absolutely admirable way. Keep the accessories and other details simple and low on quirk with this look. You can take this piece a notch higher by skipping the bralette altogether. Remember, fit is the key here. If the fit goes haywire, this can leave you looking a bit like a high-school dork or Mia Thermopolis before she became Princess of Genovia.

How to style printed co-ords using a suit

Fancy Pants Suit | H&M Top | Call It Spring Heels | Forever 21 Crossbody Bag | Calvin Klein Watch

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