We’re all about a two-for-one kind of a deal. A one and done, if you will. That’s why the subject of today’s shopping roundup—the hybrid piece—is particularly exciting to us. We’ve noticed a slew of brands producing items that layer two separate items and selling them as one. A scarf attached to a coat, a tulle cuff attached to a striped tee, even a button-down with a bustier.
Though the idea of letting a brand choose how you should style clothes might sound limiting, all of the pieces below feel surprisingly versatile and entirely stylish. And after all, these designers know a thing or two about how to put together an outfit—why not let them do the work?
Check out our hybrid picks below, and let us know if you’ll be wearing this style of clothing in 2017 in the comments.
A corset built into a button-down? Genius.
Believe it or not, this lace slip dress and long-sleeve sweater are attached.
A scarf built into a coat sounds like a grand idea.
If this isn't the most chic jumpsuit that doesn't actually look like a jumpsuit you've ever seen, we don't know what is.
The beauty of a corset-and-shirt combination is that it pairs well with everything from blue jeans to wide-leg trousers.
Simon Porte Jacquemus has long been a pioneer of this hybrid trend.
The perfect party top for women who hate party tops.
The light blue stretch bodysuit is the perfect pop of color beneath a crisp white shirt. We'd wear with either a pair of vintage jeans or a gingham skirt.
Velvet and denim—a match made in textural heaven.
The slouchy tee–and–slinky camisole duo is really doing it for us.
We've always had a thing for the dickey.
Athleisure's answer to the off-the-shoulder trend.
There's something so downtown cool about a hooded sweater–and–menswear coat pairing.
Tell us what you think about these hybrid pieces in the comments, and then head over to shop our favorite raw-hem jeans right now.
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