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Co-Ord Sets

Co-Ord Sets for Women

"Co-ord Set"  refers to a matching pair of clothing items made out of same fabric to be worn together. These sets are carefully designed to create a coordinated and stylish look. Typically, it consists of two or more pieces that complement each other in terms of color, pattern, or design. Common examples of co-ord sets in women's clothing include:

  1. Top and Bottom Sets: This is the most common type of co-ord set. It typically includes a matching top (such as a blouse, crop top, shirt or a kurti) and bottom (such as a skirt, pants or Palazzo). The pieces are designed to go well together and create a harmonious outfit. The fabric may be plain or printed enhanced with subtle embroidery or laces.  

  2. Top, Bottom with Overlays: Some co-ord sets include an additional layer, such as a jacket, cardigan, or shrug, in addition to a top and bottom. This creates a more complete and versatile look, suitable for various occasions.

  3. Sets with Matching Accessories: In some cases, co-ord sets may also include matching accessories like scarves, belts, or headbands to enhance the overall look.
     

Co-ord sets are popular in women's fashion because they are very convenient and stylish outfit . They are often designed to ensure that the pieces complement each other in terms of color, style, and fabric, making it easy for the wearer to achieve the look.


Co-ord sets are suitable for various occasions, from casual outings to formal events, depending on the specific design and material used. They are a great choice for women who want a fashion-forward and coordinated look.

Where to Buy Co-Ord Sets ?

Buy Co-Ord Sets at Naari Collections online store. Choose from wide collection of prints and fabrics with subtle or heavy embroidery work. Watch out for sales on our website for attractive prices. We launch new collection at the onset of every season. Large summer collection in cotton and muslin. Festive collection during Diwali and wedding season is a must not miss. Free delivery across India.. 

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