Co-ords don't just come in summery prints, bright colors, or stuffy suit form. There's a style of wearable pairs fit, no, ideal for every season and this fall, corduroy jacket outfits with matching bottoms should be the one at the top of your shopping list. Why, you ask? For one, corduroy is one of the coziest fabrics of them all along with herringbone, plaid, knits, and velvet, and considering that it was huge on the fall 2018 runways, it'll also guarantee you'll look right on trend every time you step out your door.
No matter whether you prefer straight legged pants or flares, fitted blazers or boxier ones, there's a corduroy co-ord that'll suit your silhouette style. And don't worry about limited color options, either. As you'll see below, jewel tones, pastels, and neutrals are all readily available to shop now.
Peruse the best offerings by scrolling through this post and get ready to amp up your fall wardrobe with super soft and stylish sets.
A Clockwork Orange
Because burnt orange will never go out of style for fall and '70s-inspired corduroy co-ords will never go out of style period. (These exaggerated flares are major and would make Donna Pinciotti's eyes bug with excitement.)
This jacket and skirt combo from H&M has been all over social media as later spotted on your favorite influencers and editors alike and for good reason. It has an impeccable fit, nails the oversized top and fitted bottom combination, and boasts the happiest shade of blue ever.
Because co-ords don't always have to be completely matchy-matchy! This cheetah zip-up jacket, which is cut in a workwear-inspired silhouette, would look ace paired with the below wide-leg corduroy trousers. The look is a bit '90s and totally comfy.
Pretty in Pink
Millennial pink, corduroy, and a boss lady suit: these are a few of my favorite things all wrapped into one. Pair this look with white sneakers and some silver rings for an especially cool office-appropriate look.
The Rust Belt
This is another classic fall color that looks like it was made to come in corduroy form. I love the jacket's cropped silhouette and how this skirt can be worn year-round.
This blazer looks like something you could pull straight out of your grandfather's closet. But when paired with the below culottes, it takes on a much more modern and stylized appeal.
She's Got the Blues
If you liked the above blue jacket but weren't into this skirt, this similar pant and jacket look might strike your fancy.
Back to Black
You can never go wrong with an all-black look. Of all the co-ords in this roundup, this one is the easiest to split into two since both pieces go with just about everything.
This button-up jacket reminiscent of a classic jean jacket renders this pink on pink look a bit more casual.
The color of this suit is so rich—just like the HBIC who might wear it.
Which one is your perfect pair?