There is nothing more summer appropriate than a set – look at it as a youthful, carefree element alternative to a summer dress with the added bonus of more bang for your buck. The beauty of a set is that you can wear both pieces together or work each piece as a separate, mixing it into your wardrobe to create loads of different looks. So where to start? Here at 10 sets to consider adding to your wardrobe.
The Palazzo Pant Set – think 70’s chic, this set features a long, wide leg pant with a matching top in a knit, drape fabric. Effortless, confident and chic.
The Playsuit Set – this appears to be a romper but the pieces are in fact separate. This option is the most youthful and fun of all sets.
The Double Denim Set – fassshuuun darling. Nothing says uber stylish like a double denim set. Go all out on the confidence front and add a red lip to set this look on fire.
The Glam set – think black, embellished and elegant. The glam set is on that is event appropriate, usually this set will be well tailored with hints of the famous YSL Le tuxedo.
The floral Set – this is music festival dressing done right. Floral, pretty, light and dainty, go all out feminine with this option and accessorize accordingly.
The graphic set – this is perfect for the 60’s fan, with black and white being a clear choice and mod details such as geometric, oversized jewelry being the key.
The Preppy Set –Think Cher and Dion from Clueless and you are half way there. This look is all about tweed, plaid and high collars.
The Vintage Set – run free with the vintage set. Big shoulders, quirky details, broaches and hand made, anything goes with the vintage set.
The Edgy Set – break the rules and show some skin. The edgy set features cut out details and unexpected cuts such as low backs or bralette tops. The edgy set is sexy, chic and modern.
The PJ Set – last but not least, the PJ set is having a big moment right now. Pyjama dressing has landed itself on the fashion map in recent years and nowhere is this more accessible than with a set. Go for silk or satin, slightly oversized and rich shades such as navy or deep red.