I Can't Stop Wearing Co-Ords—16 Sets I'm Into for Autumn

Autumn has only just appeared, but I've already saved four co-ords to my basket. I'm not the only one, some of our favourite fashion people have pulled out the simple-to-style sets for the transitional period. There's knit styles, classic suiting, skirts and trousers alike, in washes of neutral and a few pops of colour. 

The reason I love them? They’re just so easy. With minimal effort needed, you can throw on a matching set and it’ll instantly make you look put together. Not only this, I see them as a two-for-one buy considering you can break up the duo and wear them as separates from other staples in your existing wardrobe. And this cost per wear justifies my need for the four sets I bought (that’s what I’m telling myself, anyway.) So, seeing as I see myself as a bit of a co-ord expert, I’ve found the best ones to shop for autumn. Trust me—you’ll wear these so many times you’ll wonder how you ever got dressed without them.

How to Style Co-Ords:


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Style Notes: Co-ords come in all shapes and sizes, from comfy loungewear to elevated evening attire. 


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Style Notes: The brilliance of a co-ord is that the styling takes very little. Any shoe will do and a pair of sunnies are always a nice touch. 


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Style Notes: Tailoring is primed for easy combinations. From wide-leg trousers to mini skirts, there's some great tailored co-ords around this season. 


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Style Notes: If sharp shades pique your interest, make like Charlotte and follow through with a bold lip and metallic jewellery. 

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Next Up: The Autumn/Winter Fashion Trends That Really Count


Acting Affiliates Editor

Florrie embarked on her fashion journey while studying French and History at university. Whilst studying in Aix-en-Provence, she began to write her dissertation on the history of fashion and the influence of Haute Couture, and landed her first role at Harper’s Bazaar. Following this, she interned for various publications including Elle, Grazia and Marie Claire before joining the fashion team at Conde Nast Traveller. There, she contributed to international photoshoots, styled pages and covers, and produced engaging digital content.

During a freelance period, Florrie honed her skills in editorial work in various digital and print publications including Vogue Italy and Departures magazine, as well as styling e-commerce photoshoots and personal shopping. Florrie actively pursues an in-depth understanding of fashion and jewellery, and after styling a jewellery cover shoot at Conde Nast Traveller chose to complete the De Beers Diamond Foundation course. Florrie first joined Who What Wear UK as a freelancer before becoming the Commerce Writer, blending both editorial and commercial content. Now, as the Acting Affiliates Editor, she monitors current trends, new-in styles, wardrobe heroes and how best to style them. In her downtime, Florrie can be found in her hometown of London, usually with a coffee in hand.