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How to Style a Two Piece Outfit

The Two-piece set has certainly become a must-have wardrobe staple, not only is it easy to style but it also gives you two different pieces that can be styled with various other items from your closet. It is super versatile and chic to wear, they come in various different patterns and designs for all body shapes and sizes spending on what you’re comfortable with.

Also known as 'coords', These pieces can come as a top and skirt or shorts or pants, regardless of whatever bottom it was purchased with, it can be worn with several other bottoms for different looks and it can be styled with several accessories depending on a person’s level of comfort and confidence.

1. To work: A matching two-piece set can be sworn to work but this depends on the type of industry where you work. If you choose to wear one and want a more modest look, you can always pair a blazer over your two-piece to create a more work-appropriate look or you can transform the matching set by pairing the top or bottom with a more work-appropriate look paired with your favourite accessories for a chic work glam.

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2. Lunch: there are several options and varieties to choose from when going for a more casual look, you can wear a pair that has shorts or a skirt, to show off your legs or you can wear pants depending on what you’re comfortable with. The colour you choose should be one that compliments your skin tone or if you choose a patterned fit then make sure to pair it with the right accessories.

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3. Night out: when wearing a two-piece for a night out, there are several ways to style it. It is styled with sneakers, high heels or chunky flat sandals paired with a crossbody bag and some loop earrings for a casual night out look.

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A two-piece is very versatile and it is important to wear them with confidence. They are easy to style and it is one of those timeless pieces that you can never get enough of.

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