3 Tips for Effortless Outfit Pairing

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It might sound cliche, but it's true - couples who play together, stay together. When it comes to looking fashionable, we make sure to look the part.  We embrace the challenge of pairing our outfits before we walk out the door and head to that special event.  If you'd like to make a noticeable statement the next time you're with your babe, check out these tips on how to coordinate your clothes! 

  1. Coordinate Your Color Palette - When you're out and about (and when cameras are around), the last thing you want to do is wear clashing colors.  Try to stick to "like" colors, for example - blacks and greys, or cool/warm colors.
  2. Color Block Oppositely - To avoid looking too "matchy-matchy" when coordinating outfits, try to swap colors for each other's outfit pieces.  If you're going to wear a black shirt and jeans, have your partner try to wear black pants and a blue shirt.  For example here - Andrew's outerwear is the darkest element of his outfit, while Emily layered her black dress with a light grey outer layer for balance.
  3. Keep it Simple - We chose to steer clear of any bold patterns, and went with a more traditional color palette based around denim, black and grey.  Instead of busy prints or crazy colors that make it difficult to coordinate, go with solids or subtle patterns that are classic and clean.  

- A + E

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A:

Wool Blend Plaid Topcoat - [Banana Republic]  ||  Slim-Fit Soft Wash Chambray Shirt - [Banana Republic]  ||  Slim Fit Black Trousers - [INC International Concepts]  ||  Grey Lace-Up Ankle Boots  - [Red Wing Shoes]

E:

Long-Line Grey Tweed Trench - [Ferne Boutique, sold out] Similar Here  ||  Ruched Black Bodycon Dress - [Nordstrom]  ||  Grey Feather Necklace - [J. Crew, sold out] Similar Here  ||  Black Over-the-Knee Boots - [Steve Madden]