Memorial Day and barbecue. Will and Grace. Peanut butter and jelly. They may be great on their own, but together they elevate each other to become greater than the sum of their parts. Some pairings just belong together, you know? And today we want to share five pairings we love to inspire your wardrobe and refresh your style.
Nautical striped pieces are a timeless summer classic for a reason. We love this flattering and versatile dress because it’s so easy to coordinate—just dress it up with heeled sandals, or keep it casual with strappy flats! Add the final touch and pull it all together with this trendy tote for an effortlessly brunch-ready look.
If you’re looking to flaunt your multi-faceted sense of style, this geometric pairing is for you! The floaty silhouette of this cape top contrasts alluringly with the structure of this feminine crossbody to create a multi-dimensional look. Want to go the extra mile for an eye-catching date night outfit? Coordinate with metallic statement earrings!
Making a style statement is effortless in a bold color pairing—which is why we had to include it in our list! Perfect for standing out from the crowd while watching live music in the park, this tunic dress features bold blues and yellows that complement this striking low wedge. But don’t go overboard: keep the look balanced with a pair of sleek black leggings.
Ah, white pieces during the summer: the easiest way to keep cool and chic in the sweltering temps. We love this white denim jacket layered over a cute camisole and frayed cut-offs for a casual-chic that works day or night. Want to play up the texture in the look? Accentuate the braided detail of this sandal with a statement wicker accessory!
Everyone needs a comfortable pairing for their downtime! And since the athleisure trend is here to stay, this Adidas tank and tapered field pant combination elevates your usual workout look to a thing of Instagram-potential. Coordinate with a slide sandal for an ultimately comfy and sleek style that will see you through a day of relaxation and self-care.
What do you think of our pairings? What would you coordinate differently? Sound off in the comments section!