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- Assembly New York bomber jacket, $458; split skirt, $364
- Pixie Market two piece dress set, $104
- Topshop textured scuba bomber jacket, $136
- Cardigan 'Adele' embroidered top, $230 at
- 3.1 Phillip Lim cutaway tank, $495 at La Garconne; cutaway pencil skirt, $475 at La Garconne
- Raquel Allegra silk tie dye tee, $315 at Bird; tie dye wrap skirt, $420
- Zara floral print top, $59.90; floral print trousers, $59.90
- Sandro 'Elien' striped neck textured top, $275; 'Jilly' mini skirt, $275
- Pixie Market cropped biker jacket, $79; mini skirt, $44
- Tibi crochet embroidered top, $335; embroidered flap skirt, $365
Spring's twosies, or co-ords—those (usually) high-waisted shorts or skirts and matching crop tops—have morphed into something more subdued for fall. Tops and bottoms sold as sets are looser, longer, and show little (if any) skin when you have to reach for something way up high. Buying a twosie is, appropriately, appealing on two levels. One, laziness: it's an instant outfit! And two, thriftiness: you're actually getting three new outfits if, when you're sick of wearing the two pieces together, you pair them with other items in your wardrobe. Click through for some of our favorite duos from Zara, Phillip Lim, Sandro, and more—all shoppable in NYC now!
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