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Ready Set Go: Pixie Market Does Matchy For Spring

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    Sometimes, life's just easier when you don't have to worry about putting two separate items together to make a functional outfit. Why do you think onesies took the world by storm? This is especially true when you're racing to meet your crew for a night out, and can't fathom slipping into that same LBD. Well, fortunately for all of us, spring is re-introducing the coordinated sets — those strategically matchy ensembles that make getting ready a whole lot easier.

    No brand seems to understand the matching, two-piece set more than Pixie Market. The mega retailer’s currently brimming with everything from metallic brocade options to tropical numbers. And, while most of these coordinated skirt-and-top combos will work better come spring, they technically could fit into your winter rotation with tights and a really cool bomber jacket. So, if you’re ready to take the stress out of getting dressed (hey, no one's judging) click through to shop 10 of our favorite Pixie sets online right now. Your closet's met it's match.

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