No style trend has  made a comeback quite like the co-ord. Perhaps the most iconic co-ord look is Coco Chanel’s matching cardigan jackets and skirts in patterned jersey fabrics which was the epitome of twenties elegance. Today the matching possibilities are endless whether it’s crop tops paired with skirts or laid-back shirts with flared trousers. Among the style savvy, co-ord outfits are a fresh alternative way to create a polished ensemble.
Melissa standing next to a pool
If you find yourself posed with the question of what outfits to wear to the beach other than a bikini and swimsuit, co-ord is the answer. They are versatile and can be mixed and matched with different colours and patterns – the perfect way to amp up your vacation looks. We have rounded up 3 styles from the current Odabash collections that can be worn to the beach and beyond.
Robyn Shirt and Natasha Trousers

In a bold baroque blush print, the Robyn shirt paired with the Natasha wide leg trousers is ideal for evening events. Wear with Odabash white sandals, Porto Cervo Tote and simple jewellery to enjoy warm evenings in style or with the Cyprus swimsuit and an oversized beach hat as you relax by the beach.

Francesca Top and Alessia Skirt

The Francesca top and Alessia skirt instantly updates your vacation wardrobe with a dose of signature Odabash style. The Francesca's cropped, delicately puffed sleeved cuffs and embroidered Anglaise detailing exudes a carefree bohemian style signature to Melissa Odabash. Style it with silver accessories for a chic daytime look or wear the skirt with the Montreal bikini top while adding a pop of colour with the Porto Cervo Tote in ‘Flamingo’ hue.

Lauri Top and Jude Trousers

Comfort meets style with the Lauri top and Jude trousers in one of Melissa’s favourite print of the season. The voluminous body of the top and relaxed fitting of the trousers makes it perfect for hot weather. Accessorise with the Ischia clutch to create a polished look to see you through the evening or wear over the Texas swimsuit in sumptuous ‘Coco’ shade.

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