I love a little twin set and St Frock have hit the mark with twin sets lately! This set is called the poolside twin set – can’t you just imagine wearing this on one of those hot, summery nights by the pool? I chose to go über casual for this look because that’s the trend, yeah? I can’t help but laugh that I fell for this Birkenstock trend…
TOP & SHORTS: St Frock // SHOES: Kmart
I remember seeing them appear in the USA ages ago and thinking how on earth do people think that’s cool!? It wasn’t until I bought a pair that the comfort factor outweighed the look factor. Now I find myself living in them and incorporating them into so many different looks!
I mentioned the other day how I was going to incorporate some chambray into my wardrobe and this is just another way to do it, however, with blue. Blue is one of the colours that I feel most comfortable in! You could give me this set in a yellow, red or pink and it would just sit in my wardrobe for years on end.
I realised a few years back how important it is to dress to your skin tone. From picking the right foundation shade to what colour dress you wear on the weekend! I am definitely cool toned as blues and greys compliment my skin, as well as silver jewellery. I have never been a fan of gold jewellery as it does not suit my skin one bit!
It’s quite easy to determine whether you’re cool or warm toned! It’s as simple as checking your veins in the sunlight. If the veins in your forearm are blue, you’re cool toned and if they’re green, you’re warm toned. There’s many other ways such as using eye colour, skin colour and hair colour to determine your tone! Funnily enough, black & white suits cool tones whereas off-white and brown suits warm tones. I must definitely be cool toned!!
This outfit does the job for me and I think the blue looks absolutely stunning against the skin. What are your thoughts on this cute twin set? Oh, and it’s just $69! Score!
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