When it comes to fashion, pack mentality often applies. From the swarms of black-clad editors to the Rihanna-like teens crowding summer’s festivals, matchy matchy style proves that you are part of the gang. In this case celebrities are just like civilians, and often operate in style duplicates. Take Victoria Beckham and BFF Tana Ramsey or Mary Kate & Ashley (ok, so they’re actual twins) – who seem to borrow their look from each other’s wardrobes.
This weekend we noted a new style duo working 2x2 fashion with model Daisy Lowe and songstress Florence Welch matching their 'bohemian in the city' looks. Ms Lowe’s white crochet dress paired with heavy biker boots and Florence’s printed chiffon frock teamed with wedges both channelled a Woodstock era vibe. The pair also went for matching bling with long navel grazing necklaces and piled–on rings to their complete their wardrobe fusion.
Daisy Lowe and Florence Welch in November 2011
After a bit of investigating we found that this wasn’t the first time that Daisy & Flo had gone for a similar look. Last week we saw the pair wearing identical high-cut, cut-off blue denim shorts and mini bags while the pair have also coordinated their palettes in tonal blue, white and red ensembles.
So what do you think of matching you look to your BFF? Is it comforting to see your look in reflection or is it better to be more of an individual? Let us know below or on the Grazia Facebook page.