10 Ways To Pull Off A Couple #OOTD Without Looking Tacky
There’s more to couple outfits than cheesy statement shirts and pieces that match from head to toe—leave those behind in 2003, and take the non-tacky route to pulling off a couple #OOTD instead. Here are 11 fashionista-approved tips to capture stylish moments with your beau.
Take it from these Instagram pros on how to make romance even more fashionable. Screencap away, ladies!
1. Stick to a color palette.
This is one of the easiest ways to put together a couple outfit. Check out how Martine Cajucom and her fiancé Cliff Ho donned tan, beige, and black pieces to create an effortless #twinning look.
2. The color wheel is your friend!
Don’t be afraid to experiment with color blocking. The key to coordination? Familiarize yourselves with the color wheel! Look at how Jess Wilson (in yellow) and Moritz Gastl (in blue) contrasted each other’s outfits in perfect harmony.
3. Pick a theme.
Travelling the world with your significant other? Whether you’re going for a brunch-worthy outfit, a street style ensemble, or even a look fit for the beachside, you and your partner can turn your wardrobe planning easier by setting a theme. We love the Korean-inspired outfits that Anne Curtis-Smith and her husband Erwan Heussaff sported during their pre-nuptial shoot at Nami Island.
4. You can never go wrong with black and white.
For an off-duty look, you can always depend on good old B&W pieces. Kim Jones and Jericho Rosales definitely gave #twinning a chic, effortless twist!
5. Details, details, details!
Accessorizing, when done right, can turn any fashion piece into a statement. Can you spot Heart Evangelista and husband Senator Chiz Escudero’s belts? We love how these seemingly subtle pieces elevated the couple’s wardrobes. The devil is in the details, as they say.
6. Take a shoefie.
We love this adorable #OOTD of the newlyweds, Maxene Magalona and Robin Mananquil. Check out their matching leather oxfords!
7. Suit up!
Mother-to-be Isabelle Daza and husband Adrien Semblat donned tailored suits together. Now thats power dressing #CoupleGoals!
8. Take candid shots.
Perfectly capture a cute couple moment by simply being yourselves. Take it from Tricia Gosingtian and her husband, RG Gabunada.
9. Follow the lines.
Here’s a no-fail photography tip: use leading lines to carry the viewers’ eyes to the subject! This double tap-worthy photo of Camille Co and her Instagram boyfriend Joni Koro was perfectly captured—don’t you agree?
10. Strike a pose!
Have fun with different angles and poses. Lovi Poe and Chris Johnson definitely took couple photos to a whole new level!