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Another print lover is U.K.-based Warehouse, which dedicates a whole section of its site to sets. (Or you can find this particular duo on ASOS, which does the same.) If you’re going floral, know that large prints tend to overwhelm. Tiny blooms like these keep the overall effect subdued.
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If you’d rather try the trend with a higher hem, just don’t go too tight in the shorts. Loose and breezy is what you should look for.
Topshop ($120 for the set)
Topshop, 478 Broadway (at Broome St.)
This is another one of those lines that carries multiple two-piece pairings. Most of Reformation’s combos are skintight and midriff-baring, but this boxy little number is perfect for relaxed weekends.
Reformation ($198 for the set)
Reformation, 23 Howard St. (at Mercer St.); 156 Ludlow St. (at Stanton St.)
This silhouette (a crop top and full skirt) is by far the trend’s most popular. But here’s the trick to not exposing everything: Buy a size larger on top and smaller on the bottom so the skirt hits higher on the waist and rests underneath the tank.
Tibi, 120 Wooster St. (at Prince St.)
Maybe you’ve seen it emerge on Pinterest. Maybe you’ve ogled the trendy girl next to you on the R train. Or maybe it’s entirely new to you.
But matching sets are about to blow up.
The concept is two separate pieces made of the same fabric--simple as that. Think of it like a jumpsuit that won’t force you to curse the style gods every time you have to pee.
Sure, the trend takes a smidgeon of courage to try. But honestly, the hardest part of pulling it off is finding brands that actually make it. (No one refers to the style with the same term, rendering the whole thing virtually un-Google-able.)
So we found several options to kick-start your personal foray into coordinates.
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