Getting dressed in the morning isn’t easy. You are still half asleep, and you go through a wide range of emotions while trying to figure out the perfect thing to wear. Make getting ready a little easier by stockpiling your wardrobe with coordinates. You do not have to worry about matching. Plus, co-ords are still a massive trend for spring. There is also a huge variety to choose from, whether you’re looking for matching pants, shorts, jackets, or crop tops.
Check out the pretty coordinates that will make getting dressed a cinch:
1. Jack by BB Dakota Kapowski Cami ($44, Revolve Clothing) and Midi Skirt ($61, Revolve Clothing)
This set will get you ready for spring. It looks like it is one piece, but it is actually a flowy tank and midi skirt. The back of the top has an interesting strappy design.
2 Festival Crop Top Blazer With Fringe Detail ($85, ASOS) and Festival Shorts With Fringe Detail ($51, ASOS)
A blazer probably isn’t the first thing you think of wearing to a festival. However, this textured jacket with fringe doesn’t look like your average work blazer. You’ll easily be able to wear the blazer with the shorts into the fall.
3. Bamboo Print Double-Breasted Blazer ($110, Topshop) and Bamboo Print Shorts ($68, Topshop)
This blazer’s slouchy fit means you will want to wear it on casual days. And you can never go wrong with a bamboo print in warmer weather. Pair the set with your fashion sneakers.
4. Printed Bomber Jacket ($99.90, Zara) and Printed Bermuda Shorts ($35.90, Zara)
A bomber jacket is a must for spring. When you are searching, see if you can find a jacket that has a pair of coordinating shorts. Our pick? This tropically printed jacket and matching shorts.
5. High Neck Beaded Top ($34, Missguided) and Asymmetrical Chain Detail Midi Skirt ($13.60, Missguided)
Looking for an easy evening option? Try this black set. The embellishment on the skirt and long-sleeve crop top elevates it above your average LBD. Plus, you don’t need to accessorize.
6. Color Block Peplum Top ($60, River Island) and Color Block Pencil Skirt ($60, River Island)
Incorporate co-ords into your work wardrobe with this set. The bold colors are perfect for spring. Plus, they are made out of an easy-to-move-in jersey.
7. Vaida Floral Full Midi Skirt and Bralet Co-Ord Set ($44, Boohoo)
Cram as many florals into your wardrobe this spring as you can. Make sure you save room for this budget-friendly set. You can dress it down for a day with a light jacket and flats. For the evening, add heels and a bright clutch.
8. Geo Print Crop Top ($15.90, Forever 21) and Geo Print Mini Skirt ($19.90, Forever 21)
You will like this set so much that it will make you forget about your beloved shorts and t-shirts. It looks cute from all angles, thanks to the bow detail on the back of the trapeze crop top.
9. Curve Plisse Pleated Top ($34, ASOS) and Plisse Pleated Wide-Leg Pants ($48, ASOS)
Tick off co-ords and the pajama dressing trend with this one look. The navy pleated fabric has a relaxed pajama vibe but doesn’t look like you just rolled out of bed. Plus, it is actually a comfy option for the evening.
10. Bandcamp Cropped Jacket ($98, Nasty Gal) and Bandcamp Embroidered Shorts ($47.60, Nasty Gal)
Do you like marching to the beat of your own drum? This marching band-inspired jacket and short set is for you. Wear the jacket with trousers to work and the complete set on the weekend.
11. Contrasting Trims Blazer ($59.99, Mango) and Contrasting Trims Trousers ($49.99, Mango)
Here’s another pajama dressing option for you. This set is as versatile as your plain black suit and pants, but the white trim makes it feel a bit more special. The cropped pants are also right on trend.
Having a capsule wardrobe system can make getting dressed easier by providing more outfit options with less clothes. Additionally, emphasizing the waist when wearing multiple layers or looser/boxier clothing helps to look coordinated.
Having hangers and storage bins that match in color is also a good way to keep clothes in order. Finally, following three rules, such as having all necessary items ready before leaving home and taking 15 minutes to get dressed, can help streamline the process.
Iskra Banović is our seasoned Editor-in-Chief at BlueFashion. She has been steering the website’s content and editorial direction since 2013. With a rich background in fashion design, Iskra’s expertise spans across fashion, interior design, beauty, lifestyle, travel, and culture.