These 13 Trouser Co-Ords Make For the Easiest Throw-On Outfits
We literally cannot scroll for two seconds on Instagram without seeing someone wearing a co-ord of some description. Be it a shirt and shorts duo (most likely Deiji Studios) or that Toteme printed co-ord, they’re taking over in the most stylish way possible. Are we surprised? No. And will we be joining the women of Instagram in their matchy-matchy quest? Absolutely. Although we’ve loved wearing an easy breezy short pairing throughout summer, we’re turning our attention fully to trouser iterations now. Because in the world of fashion, you always have to plan ahead.
The joy of a co-ord is that it’s already styled for you, so the effort is minimal but the impact is always major. Add to this the fact that you can split up the set to wear as separates, and there are multiple outfit opportunities to be had. So whether you join the Totême gang and opt for a designer co-ord, or you look to the likes of Mango and Zara for silky after-dark versions, these are the 13 best trouser sets to shop right now.
A short-sleeved shirt is a staple that’ll never date, and this linen iteration will keep you cool on warm-weather days.
You could even dress these up with a silky cami and mules.
No doubt you’ve seen someone wearing this set.
These look equally as good with a white vest.
This boucle top is making us feel seriously cosy just looking at it.
No doubt you’ll want to try these with a heavyweight white T-shirt and trainers, too.
You don’t even have to think about how to style double denim thanks to this two-piece.
Collared cardies are everywhere for new season.
You could style this for holiday with a bikini top and the knit open.
Mango has this Pretty Woman style shirt in sizes 4-26.
You can’t beat a silky pyjama pant.
You’ll bring this linen shirt back out year after year.
These will look just as good with trainers as they will with heeled sandals.
We would grab this is in a couple of sizes up for a laidback vibe.
Trust us, knit trousers are going to be big news for autumn.