Since we recently used lockdown easing as an excuse to celebrate matching top and trouser sets (which are most certainly not to be confused with matching tracksuits), it’s only fair that we do the same for matching top and skirt sets.
As much as we love matching top and trouser sets for making us look somewhat intimidating in public, our social anxiety has since subsided and we are now in the mood for fun – the type of fun that involves shaving your legs and wearing a skirt. But we don’t want the pressure of deciding what top to wear with said skirt. And so we turn to matching top and skirt sets.
Maybe you are adamant about only revealing your forearms and midriff. Maybe you wish to be fully dressed in pink. Either way, Staud never fails to make clothes that we’re desperate to be seen in.
Aside from armpit liberation, this matching Paloma Wool bandeau and skirt set also offers a print that we assumed had been left in a bygone era – that bygone era being the nineties, where tribal tattoos reigned supreme.
Now, the sight of you in this will make your ex regret their wrongdoings more than anything else. And its bohemian aesthetic – as is custom with Savannah Morrow the Label pieces – will make it seem like you’re totally unaware of the fact, which only makes you more alluring.
If you want a set that’s as cooly nonchalant as it is vibrant, we recommend Lisa Marie Fernandez.
Khloe is perhaps our favourite Kardashian, so it’s unsurprising that we should have a soft spot for this Good American – the brand she co-founded with Emma Grede – set. Expect to be flattered both by its fit and the subsequent compliments.
We’d watch paint dry for days if it meant the creation of these Acne Studios pieces. But we wouldn’t want it to dry completely: everyone knows to keep a respectable distance from wet paint (and us when we’re annoyed).
Floral prints do not get much more exuberant than those by Celia B. We wouldn’t be surprised if a hive of bees started mistakenly using your person as a WeWork in this ensemble.
Sadly, warm weather won’t last forever. This lightweight knitted set by Zimmermann will serve you valiantly once it begins to turn.
This Yuhan Wang ensemble is what we assume the Roman god Bacchus would wear if he cared as much about beautiful clothes as he did agriculture, wine and fertility.
It would seem that Ganni have done it again.