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8 of the dreamiest duo looks from fashion month
By Maybelle Morgan, March 6, 2017
She's your partner in crime, puts up with your questionable taste in hangover snacks, and brings the heat to your 'grams with your style squad of two. An ode to all the well-dressed BFFs out there, here are eight seriously amaze twinning looks from fashion month…
Subtle similarities can pack the biggest punch when it comes to you and your bestie, so take note from these ladies both repping statement ear bling, graphic tees, plus some seriously baller red boots. Burn.
Spring's finally here, which calls for some light-layer coats. Power duo, fash director (at InStyle Germany) Jan-Michael Quammie and photographer Tamu McPherson are bringing the freshness in SS17’s beloved trench and a bold check wrap. Color coordinate the rest of your outfit to your cover-up for the win.
Lower-half deets mean you can twin up but still look individual, and designer Eleonora Carisi and blogger Linda Tol have the aesthetic nailed. Go matchy-matchy with straight-leg jeans, pointy metallic boots and gorge grab-handle bags, but make it super-chic with your structural layer of choice.
The '90s were all about power-twosies: Kate and Naomi, the Olsens etc. But these street-stylers are making a case for one of the era's biggest exports: very good denim. Pair your mom jeans with bright top halves (logo hoodie/boxy leather) and finish with cutesy ankle boots in nude or white.
Enter the dream set-up for you and your work wife. Nothing says power like sisters Sylvia and Julia Haghjoo in inverted pinstripes (longline blazer and cropped jacket goals). Let the lines do the talking by keeping all other layers muted: think all-black everything and finish with some quality leather outfit plus-ones (bags and pumps).
For a subtle way to twin, the trick's all in the finger tip-grazing sleeves. Celebrate the return of the trench in oversized shapes or let massive shirt cuffs bring the wrist drama. To seal the deal, add tapered pants, oh-so-pretty earrings and some divine trophy heels, as seen on designers Giorgia Tordini and Gilda Ambrosio.
Like velvet for your eyes, the pastel color palette for this pair is the one <3. The girls bring the pretty in the floatiest, flounciest dresses known to mankind. Take it up a notch with cutesy cropped denim or pom-pom earrings in complementary shades to your gal's outfit. Too good.
It's a unanimous yes to pink, the shade of the moment, and these bloggers are making a case for v cute boxy cover-ups (in hot and ice, respectively). Play with the cropped silhouettes and add high-waisted, wide-leg pants, plus some chilled flats.