Couple Dressing: How To Match Your Partner

Couple Dressing: How To Match Your Partner

Celebrity couples have got a thing for coordinating outfits lately – from Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Jason Statham, to Kate Moss and Jamie Hince, as well as Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield. Do you want to know how they do it without looking utterly ridiculous? Littlewoods is here to show you how…

We'll demonstrate the coolness of couple dressing with outfits perfectly suitable for chilly summer evenings or autumnal days – let's face it; you don't want your man slipping on your favourite floral dress in imitation of you, do you? So let's start with the upper body. Something both men and women can pull off is a cream knit. We've chosen the South Super Soft Crew Neck Jumper for its flattering fit and, for you guys, there's the Selected Lightweight Mens Jumper, which has a great saving right now.

For your bottom halves, think slim-fitting jeans. The South High Rise Supersoft Skinny Jeans are a feminine choice for her, while the Diesel Tepphar 813W Mens Slim Carrot Jeans are an effortlessly cool option for him. For your feet, you can't beat forever trendy Chelsea boots to turn a simple outfit into one of perfection. The Definitions Mazar Ladies Leather Chelsea Boots are seriously good looking, and the Dr Martens Chelsea Boots provide a statement look.

The one thing you've got to make sure you don't do is be a carbon copy of each other. We've chosen slightly different cuts and fits, but to be on the safe side – opt for opposing accessories as well. For her, the Lola Leopard Trim Cotton Trilby will coolly finish off the look. And for him? You can't beat the Carrera Aviator Sunglasses.

What do you think of our off-duty his and her looks? Don't forget – you can experiment no-end with couple dressing. Try coordinating leather jackets, smart trench coats or head-to-toe black ensembles.


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What do you think - will you be giving couple dressing a go?

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