05 Mar

Unique Matching Outfits for Couples



When we talk about matching outfits, the first thing that comes to mind are cute twins in perfectly paired outfits. Couples who try to match their outfits are often seen as cheesy or even annoying, because oftentimes they wear tacky outfits that look the opposite of cute.


Here’s a tip for you lovers: don’t match, coordinate! Skip the couple shirts with matching catchphrases and opt for outfits that complement both you and your S.O. Follow this guide whenever you’re feeling all mushy and want to show the world how much you love each other:

  1. Stick to one (color)


Whether you choose to wear black, white or any other color, stick with one color from top to bottom to keep your outfits subtly coordinated. This can also be a fun way to dress up with your S.O. every now and then.

  1. Go with alternate colors/patterns


Here’s how you can match each other’s clothing without looking tacky: wear different pieces with matching patterns or colors! Wear this to gatherings and you’ll surely be dubbed as the best dressed couple.

  1. Wear complimenting colors together



If you wish to keep a low profile, just wear clothes with the same color but in different hues to keep the sweet secret between the two of you.


  1. Simple and sporty


Is your S.O. a gym buff? Surprise them with gym clothes that are color coordinated with yours!


  1. Formal partners



Keep formal dinners interesting by donning a stunning dress and suit in coordinated colors. Not only will you truly look like a great couple, but also catch the attention of every one at the occasion.

  1. Leather soulmate



The bad boys and girls are in town! Wear a leather jacket over a plain white shirt and ripped jeans to rock the grunge look together.


Whenever you’re going out with your partner, it’s best to go out in style! Which is why it’s important to keep your bags, shoes, and accessories cleaned and restored when going out on a special date. Have your leather items repaired and restored at Doctor Leather to make your romantic date all the more memorable.