I can’t pinpoint exactly why I’m such a huge fan of matching separates. I think there’s something about bringing together two matching patterns that brings an easy instant chic factor to any outfit. And I’m all about those foolproof shortcuts to style. Whenever I shop now, I feel like I (almost subconsciously) always seek them out. So the only thing more exciting about discovering Cecilie Copenhagen, who has a good amount of matching separates in her collection, is finding out that it’s pretty affordable.
As part of attending Matches Fashion’s In Residence event a couple of months ago, they we’re gracious enough to gift me with a $100 gift card. That amount sounds like a lot, right? I was readying myself for a goddamn shopping spree until I realized that most of the items in the store are way over the limit. Now this gift card is starting to feel like a honeypot trap. Because let’s keep it real, I’m not leaving the store without getting something. I legitimately stumbled on Cecilie Copenhagen’s collection on the site by luck. I was drawn to the print and color, not even paying attention to the price, when I realized that it’s something I can actually afford with the gift card. That doesn’t happen very often to me. It’s usually the other way around.
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Outfit Combo: topanga scarf-jacquard cotton top from Cecilie Copenhagen, scarf-jacquard cotton shorts from Cecilie Copenhagen, jasmine ghillie sandal from Dr. Martens, inuck bucket bag from Dr. Martens, TB 701 sunglasses from Thom Browne, wild liana ring from ´Moonstone Magic Sterling Silver Rings, moon eclipse ring from ´Moonstone Magic Sterling Silver Rings, petite double ring from ´Moonstone Magic Sterling Silver Rings.