This Classy 2-Part Outfit Will Make Getting Dressed So Much Easier This Spring

If you've ever stared into your wardrobe and drawn a blank on what to wear, then I'm about to introduce to to a game-changing fashion formula. Heralded by the style set as a smart, sophisticated and supremely classy combination, those in the know are shopping for matching blazer and skirt co-ords this season.


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Creating an elegant silhouette that retains a structured and smart feel, the combination of a matching blazer and skirt has become a go-to amongst celebrities and influencers alike this year. Recently seen on Elsa Hosk, who wore her structured blazer with a coordinating tonal miniskirt and slingback heels, the model leaned into the elevated nature of the set, finishing hers with a brown Birkin bag and gold, oversized studs. These simple accessories worked with the classy co-ord to create an elevated ensemble that was both high-impact and low-effort.


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Whilst Hosk went for a prim tweed effect, European women are experimenting with the pairing in a number of ways. From leather-clad combos to relaxed and roomy silhouettes, there's no shortage of options when it comes to styling this two-piece set.


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The beauty of a co-ord is its versatility. Matching blazers and skirts wear so well together, but both pieces can hold their weight on their own too—level up the cost-per-wear by pairing the blazer with jeans and tailored trousers, and the skirt with shirting, blouses, T-shirts and vests. 


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Whether you're looking for a chic yet easy office-ready outfit or a simple, stylish weekend look, a blazer-and-skirt duo deserves a place in your wardrobe. From Me+Em's joyful pink set to Zara's playful two-piece, read on to discover our edit of the best to shop this season.


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News Writer

Natalie Munro is Who What Wear UK’s news writer. Previously freelance commerce writer at British Vogue, Natalie’s experience spans journalistic and styling roles, which have seen her work on shoots for publications such as British Vogue, Vogue Ukraine, AnOther Magazine and Elle UK and write for publications including British Vogue and Conde Nast Traveller. With an interest in uncovering the latest fashion trends, Natalie takes a leading role in identifying news and trends for Who What Wear UK, with a particular focus on celebrity style and emerging fashion trends.