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INSPIRATION AND ADVICE

HOW ASOSERS DO SS19 CO-ORDS

By Style Feed Staff, June 10, 2019

The thought of a co-ord might have you raising an eyebrow in suspicion, pondering: “Is an all-in-one look for me?” Well, yes, it's for everyone — and there are two reasons why. Firstly, you can go as hard or as soft on the printed look as you want. Secondly, it makes putting together an outfit 100% easier. Still not convinced? Check out how the guys behind the scenes at ASOS nail one-step dressing.
A picture of an ASOSer wearing a cor-ord outfit from Carhartt WIP. Available at ASOS.

A picture of an ASOSer wearing a co-ord outfit from Carharrt WIP. Available at ASOS.

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Coordinated collab

When it comes to picking a festival look, the unofficial rule is: the louder, the better. Take Babz here, our Cultural Marketing Coordinator representing in an all-over print number from the Carhartt WIP X Fela Kuti capsule, which he pairs with some high-top Nikes. A great way to get on board with festival style.
A picture of an ASOSer wearing a co-ord outfit from M.C. Overalls. Available at ASOS.

A picture of an ASOSer wearing a co-ord outfit from M.C. Overalls. Available at ASOS.

Ice, ice baby

Co-ords aren’t all about eye-popping designs. A matchy-matchy look works just as well in subdued, pastel colorways, like the hues seen across Givenchy and ACNE Studios' SS19 shows. Often, softer colorways slot nicely into a smarter style too. Take Seb, our Junior Designer, seen here in an icy-blue get-up from new-brand-to-ASOS M.C.Overalls. It’s clean and simple, perfect for a fancy date night — or even a low-key wedding reception if you swap out the kicks for a smarter shoe style instead.
A picture of an ASOSer wearing a co-ord outfit from Weekday.

A picture of an ASOSer wearing a co-ord outfit from Weekday.

100% commitment

Summer party coming up? Let Project Manager Charles serve you up a lesson in head-turning style. It’s all about putting in 100% when it comes to your big summer event, and although that print is a bold one, the tonal colorway puts this two-piece firmly in wearable territory. Just team with some Nike Air Max kicks and you’re good to go.

A picture of an ASOSer wearing a co-ord outfit by ASOS DESIGN.

A picture of an ASOSer wearing a co-ord outfit by ASOS DESIGN.

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Geo located

Back on a bolder look for this last piece. Geo patterns made their way down the runways of Les Hommes, Chalayan and Craig Green for SS19. So, if you wanted to follow suit, this next look by ASOS DESIGN is the one for you. With a pattern as eye-catching as this, Writer Steven has opted for a plain black tee and Nike kicks to pare the look back, all while matching the accents in the design. If two-pieces aren’t enough, there’s also a lightweight parka in the same design, for those wanting to take a co-ord game to expert levels.

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