We’re always excited about our new trends, but this one has to be one of our all-time favourites. Co-ords have been up and rising over the last year, but now they’re here with full force – and about time.
From matching shirts and swim shorts on holiday to loungewear co-ords to wear out and about on chilled days, we’ve put together our bestselling co-ords with tips on how to style them.
With summer just around the corner, now’s the time to think ahead and get prepped for the holidays. Whether you’re having a laid-back beach get-away or an Ibiza party holiday, co-ord casual shirts and swim shorts are a match made in heaven. By day, wear them together with your shirt unbuttoned or layered over a t-shirt. By night, wear the shirt as a bold separate.
Together: Wear the shorts and shirts together for a bold, standout look.
Shirt: Wear the shirt with a pair of chino or denim shorts for a vibrant evening look. Who doesn’t love a loud shirt in summer?
Shorts: Wear the shorts to swim in, or pair them with a plain white t-shirt to show off the print for daily wear.
Causal co-ords are a must for any guy who likes to be stylishly comfortable. Wear yours whilst binging Netflix or when you’re out and about. Don’t forget you can wear them together or wear the top and bottoms as separates with your other casual favourites. Best worn with a pair of clean white trainers, accessorise with a cross body bag to have your essentials to hand.
During warmer days, casual short co-ords are the way forward. Comfy and cool, this is a laidback style you can count on. Don’t forget to accessorise with sunglasses to really bring the heat, and add your favourite bag to go hands-free.
Double denim is still very much a thing, and we’re all for it. To get the most out of a double denim outfit, you’ve got to think about two key factors: colour and layering. If you’re new to the look, we suggest going for all-black denim with a plain white t-shirt to break it up. If you’re a bit more clued up, go for the classic blue double-denim outfit with a striped t-shirt to build in new dimensions. Oh, and wear trainers, always.