Steal Her Style: Lucy Hale’s Matching Separates

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Country singer and resident Liar Lucy Hale always has amazing style, but lately she’s been popping up on red carpets everywhere sporting a new signature: matching separates.

It’s hard to find a red carpet lately where someone isn’t wearing a two-piece look, but no one rocks a crop top quite like our girl Lucy! But don’t think this look is strictly for the red carpet—it’s perfect for any summer occasion, including parties, barbecues, weddings, and going out with friends. Plus, you won’t have to stress about finding a top and bottom that go well together!

To successfully rock this style, take a page out of Lucy’s book, and show no more than few inches of stomach, always above your bellybutton. And since you’re already showing off those enviable abs, pick only one other body part to highlight—legs or chest.

Three ways to copy Lucy’s cute style below:

White Skirt And Top Set:
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Lucy rocked this Houghton crop top and skirt while hosting the 2014 Teen Choice Awards, but now you can get the look too with this Alice and Olivia Crochet Lace Top, Alice and Olivia Lace Box Pleat Skirt, Daily Look Clutch, and ASOS Sandals.

 

Printed Separates:
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The actress donned printed Tanya Taylor separates while celebrating Pretty Little Liars‘ 100th episode recently. Draw inspiration from her outfit and recreate your own printed look with this  head-to-toe TopShop look: Gingham Shell Top, Gingham Lace Pelmet Skirt, Skinny Strap Sandals, and Orange Lipstick (just like Lucy’s!).

 

Monochromatic Skirt And Top:
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Although her Tibi separates from a 2014 PaleyFest panel clocks in at just under a thousand dollars, you can get a monochromatic (single color) look of your own for just under $50 at H&M—because who doesn’t love a bargain!? Complete the Beaded Top and Beaded Pencil Skirt with sandals, studded earrings, and two single bracelets, just like Lucy.

 

How will you steal Lucy’s style and interpret this trend?

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