Fearne Cotton is a fan of the co-ord like the rest of us. But what she’s done here is taken her favourite two-piece, split it up and added a few boyish staples to transform it into a delicious new outfit entirely.
The BBC Radio 1 split her boxy Spot Print Crop Top (£17) from her Very collection from its matching mini skirt and instead threw it on over a classic white shirt for a cool androgynous spin.
A pair of black skinnies, black ankle boots, a dusky pink tote and a black and white Betty And Walter holdall (well, a girl can never have too many bags…) tied Fearne’s whole look together, with tortoiseshell shades and a statement necklace added her signature boho stamp.
While printed co-ords make the perfect pairing, there’s no reason not to work them as separates too. And we’re loving Fearne’s revival of the preppy shirt-under-tee look (hello, cool new work combo).
Get creative with your co ords and pap the results for our Street Style section!
By Robyn Munson
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