12 Matching Sets That Are Going to Keep You Warm and Stylish
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12 Matching Sets That Are Going to Keep You Warm and Stylish

Whoever said summer trends couldn’t translate into fall obviously never met an article of clothing they couldn’t live without. Take, for instance, matching sets — or “co-ords.” They’re so chic and versatile, it’s really hard not to fill your whole closet with them regardless of the temps outside. And why shouldn’t you? You can mix and match the separates with the rest of your garments to give them more of a winter edge or choose pieces that don’t bare your belly and legs (those do exist, and they’re just as cute), not to mention easily create at least five new outfits without even trying! The co-ords up ahead are the ones to try this season, keeping you warm and on top of your style game in all the right ways.

1. A Common Space Kaleidoscope Print Knit Top ($28 on SALE) and Print Knit Skirt ($32 on SALE): The sequined, kaleidoscope design on this matching tank and midi skirt is versatile enough to be fun during the weekends (just lace up those high-tops!) and sexy on date night.

2. A Common Space Frayed Wool Ribbed Top and Skirt ($98 on SALE): The skirt and long sleeves on this pretty pair have a little bit of grunge appeal with their frayed hems. Plus the bright color of this ribbed outfit is a sure-fire way to stand out in the crowd.

3. ASOS Premium Cropped Blazer in Check With Fringe Detail ($99) and A-line Mini Skirt ($69): Sorry not sorry, Grandma — we just elevated your look, and it’s looking fierce. With a little bit of fringe and a whole lot of plaid, this is an outfit that’ll be repeated over and over again, from work to drinks to holiday dinner.

4. Zara Pleated Top ($40) and Accordion Pleat Skirt ($50): This is the perfect matching set for any holiday party. Keep the rest of your accessories simple and minimal to let the co-ord set shine like no other.

5. ASOS Co-ord Holidays Sweater in Reindeer Fair Isle ($63) and Knitted Skirt ($45): Start the holiday season off right with this matching set that you know Santa would be proud of. Accent it with a pair of suede ankle booties and a cute pair of socks to really get the holidays rockin’ in style.

6. ASOS Co-ord Shell Top in Jacquard ($54) and Pencil Skirt ($108): Shimmery, gold and hot without trying too hard, there’s a lot to love about this set. Wear it with an oversized collared jacket for some extra warmth to check out the city sights after drinks at a hotel bar.

7. BooHoo Lois Rib Knit Flares Co-Ord Set ($40): If you’re more the minimalistic type, then consider this matching set your sartorial spirit animal. White sneakers keep it #cozygirl while mules dress it up just enough.

8. First & I ’70s Stripe High Neck Top ($33) and A-line Skirt ($36): The ’70s flare on this set too cute, especially that groovy pattern and 3/4 sleeves. Pair it with tights and grippy-soled platforms and you’re ready to conquer the day.

9. FRS Navy Suede Flare Sleeve Top ($122) and A-line Mini Skirt ($54): Bell sleeves and suede are two of the biggest trends right now, so combining them into one outfit is a sartorial home run. Plus, the whole outfit looks so comfortable that you might as well keep it on 24/7 with your live-in ankle boots.

10. Free People Flynn Skye Gemini Set ($218): This co-ord set is gorgeous with a wrapped open back and matching wide-leg pants. Whether you’re getting drinks with the ladies or dancing the night away with your main squeeze, you’ll easily stand out from the crowd.

11. Front Row Shop Beige Wool-blended Cape Overcoat ($126 on SALE) and Dress With Long Sleeves ($77): When the temps cool down, all you can think about is how you’re going to keep warm while still looking good. That’s when this co-ord set comes into play. You’re welcome.

12. Zara Loose Fit Blazer ($70) and Loose Fit Trousers ($50): Wear this luxe chocolate set to the office — it’s light enough to layer over sweaters, but warm enough to comfort you in the cold office AC — and then transition into the night with a high pair of black pumps and layered bracelets.

Are you thinking of wearing co-ords this fall? Let us know in the comment below!