Spring’s New Suit: Runway, Red Carpet, Real Life

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There’s no crime in admitting serious intimidation when it comes to runway trends — hey, bejeweled Tevas and 3-D florals aren’t for everyone. But we have a feeling one of the season’s biggest style stories — matched sets — may have caught your eye at the spring shows, spotted everywhere from Alexander McQueen (the wow-factor checks above) to Marc Jacobs. Now, how to pull it off minus the seasoned catwalk strut? Take a cue from professional mix master Solange Knowles, a huge fan of the matching movement who rarely shows up anywhere without a perfect printed combo in tow. And what about the non-A-listers who aren’t blood-related to Queen Bey? Enter resident real (and enviably chic) girl Joyann King, digital director at Harper’s Bazaar, who’s featured in our Spring Trend series today wearing Suno’s signature graphics and serving up definitive proof that spring’s New Suit deserves a place in your wardrobe.

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