Men’s & Women’s Style Watch – Fashion Coordinated Celebrity Couples

When most couples are out for an evening on the town, they want to look good for themselves and their mates. Celebrities, however, have to be mindful of the photographer who will be catching a photo of them for others to see. Some of them hit a “home run” and some don’t even get on first base!

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One great example is this photo of D-Wade, a NBA guard for the Miami Heat, and his date Gabrielle Union. His fitted, tonal stripe grey Henley, jeans, and sneakers is a casual chic look that “plays well” with Gabrielle’s deep grey leather jacket, shimmery silver mini-dress, and strappy grey sandals. Not that they weren’t a good-looking couple to begin with, but their fashion sense makes them a “wow”. Certainly not dealing with dickies clothing here.

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The second celebrity couple that gets an “A” for their appearance is Kate Hudson and Mathew Bellamy. Kate is layering it up with black leggings, a double layered tunic top, and a silky cropped fur jacket. Her thigh-high black leather boots are just the right shoe to sass things up. Mathew has on the “ever-popular” double-breasted Pea Coat in charcoal grey, a slim fitting pair of light grey trousers, and a great pair of leather oxfords. They both know how to elevate casual fashion for an evening out.

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However, Victoria and David Beckham take “couples fashion coordinating” a bit too far with the matching head to toe Versace leather outfits that they were wearing when they were young and unaware of the “Fashion Police”. Even though the black leather is buttery soft and sleek, it hides both of their flawless figures and makes you want to have a couch made out of them. David even admitted that this was a questionable decision in his past and we agree!

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