November 20, 2019
One of the most Instagrammable trends right now is a chic matching set! From a boho Summer Style, to a warm winter tone, this look has jumped off the runway and into our closets with ease! Here’s three reasons to wear matching sets:
SIDE NOTE: Be sure to check out the last paragraph to find out a little fun fact about me :).
The most obvious reason… IT’S SO EASY! No need to panic in the morning about what to wear! Thankfully, these sets allow you to create a sophisticated style with minimal effort. This Knit Set from H&M takes sweater weather to a whole new comfy level! Literally, it’s wool-blended and feels like wearing a warm blanket in the winter.
Another reason to sport coordinating sets is that you can easily CREATE MULTIPLE OUTFITS! Just as you can wear them together, you can separate these sets to create a whole closet full of looks! For example, you can effortlessly pair this midi skirt with a black turtle neck and a pair of pumps for a stylish work outfit, or go more laid back by combining the sweater with jeans!
Lastly, these twin selections also allow you to MAKE A STATEMENT! Whether keeping it sleek with all one color or mixing it up with printed patterns, you’re sure to turn heads in a matching ensemble. Monochromatic sets are super chic, like this pant set by Song of Style. Full printed looks are also making an impact, such as the H&M Plaid print I’m wearing! Two piece sets with a motif are also very slimming… which is helpful around the holidays LOL. If you’re curious on learning more about dressing in plaid, you may find this useful: PLAID IS TRENDING.
You don’t have to sacrifice your personal style when grabbing something quick to wear anymore! Matching two piece sets have got you covered!
FUN FACT: During this shoot, my amazing photographer, Nichole Marie Photography, walked me to the Plays and Players Theatre in Philly. I have been a professional actor for over 10 years, so this shoot has so much more meaning behind the outfit as it encompasses my biggest passion in life! Thanks to the amazing person (who I assume was a stage manager) for turning on the marquee lights. You are a star and made this shoot so special!