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  • Matching Prints
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    Lucy Sadana
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Matching Prints

The fashion world is filled with matchmakers, and we’re not talking about the kind who set up their friends! Sometimes life is just easier when you don't have to worry about putting two separate items together to make a functional outfit. Why do you think onesies took the world by storm?

This is especially true when you're racing to meet your friends for an evening meal, and can't fathom slipping into that same LBD. Well, fortunately for all of us, SS14 is re-introducing the coordinated sets — those strategically matching ensembles that make getting ready a whole lot easier.

REMEMBER: A matching printed trouser and top is key for the new season, but it doesnt have to limit you to just one look.

1. The Jessie print tunic dress is an easy to wear smock dress with contrast trim lining around the neckline and sleeves. This stylish, eye catching dress is the most on trend shape of the season.

2. The Jessie print trouser features a tapered leg and is the epitome of chic summer dressing.

3. The Jessie layer top features an under layer camisole, with a soft over floral layer subtly exposing the arms through slightly sheer sleeves.

All beautiful additions to your Summer wardrobe. I love how this set makes a casual style statement, yet is smart enough to wear to the office. You can add sassy courts and a statement necklace for a great 9-5 look. Head-to-toe prints may seem like a challenge to pull off, but we assure you the trend's not as intimidating as it looks. In fact, wearing matching prints simplifies your dressing routine and packs a powerful statement.

  • Post author
    Lucy Sadana
  • Style Edit

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