Steal her Style: Taylor Swift's "Co-Ord". We're Having a Matchy Matchy Moment

She may divide opinion but I am firmly on Team Taylor. She is the all American girl with great style and this week she's been hanging out in London lookin' all chic 'n' stuff and we just love it (everytime I see her I almost break into song "We are never ever ever...").

She loves her mini skirts, and this look is no different! Taylor loves co-ordinated outfits, and the high street has followed suit.

Celebrities at the BBC Radio 1 studios

Now we may not have Taylor's wardrobe budget, but we can certainly give you some stylish and affordable alternatives. The co-ordinated look (matching top and skirt/trousers) is one of those outfits that I class as an easy decision. Both pieces match each other, and with plenty of patterns, prints and colours taking over our current season trends, accessorising will be a doodle.

From top left: Top, €15; Skirt, €12 (November); Pencil skirt, €10; Bomber jacket, €18, all from Penneys From top left: Top, €15; Skirt, €12 (November); Pencil skirt, €10; Bomber jacket, €18, all from Penneys

Style both of these outfits with some high denier black opaque tights with with a nice heel to elongate your legs; try the polka dot outfit with a brogue style shoe and a leather jacket.

But you know, you don't have to opt for a print to create the ultimate co-ordinated outfit. Block colours work great, especially darker shades of blue, like cerulean (remember that line from The Devil Wears Prada?) and a classic light grey. Warehouse are the current champions of this for Autumn Winter; you can even layer a similar colour coat over it for a statement look.

Jacket, €84; Top, €48; Skirt, €52 all from Warehouse Jacket, €84; Top, €48; Skirt, €52 all from Warehouse

So do you think you can rock out with Taylor with the co-ordinated look this season? Or does matchy-matchy give you the heebie jeebies?

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