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Winnie Harlow Wore the Two-Piece H&M Set You’ll Want to Wear 24/7 This Summer

If you ask me, two-piece sets are the ultimate wardrobe staple. Sure, a simple tank or pair of shorts are great on their own, but when you put them together and add a luxe, matching material to the mix, they grow tenfold in desirability. Easy, comfortable, and always on-trend, sets manage to check off every box.

You can imagine my delight, then, when Winnie Harlow showed up to an event earlier this week wearing the perfect rib-knit set for summer. Even better, it was from H&M, our go-to for affordable yet expensive-looking pieces. For the event—a launch party for fashion icon Iris Apfel’s just-released collaboration with the brand—the supermodel wore a mock-neck tank with matching nautical-style short shorts. And just as I suspected, she picked the sartorial duo for its effortless qualities. 

“Sets, in general, are so easy,” Harlow told me ahead of a celebratory luncheon with Apfel in Palm Beach, Florida. “As soon as I saw it, I was like, ‘Yeah, I know it’s going to look good on me.‘” The bare-all nature of the set also stirred excitement in the model. “Showing skin … is the biggest thing for me when it comes to summer dressing,” she explained. “I love to show skin. I’m all about being happy in your skin.” 

Clearly, Harlow’s two-piece is a no-brainer addition to my warm-weather wardrobe. Now, all I need to do is manage to get my hands on it. Given how quickly the H&M x Iris Apfel collection sold out in the UK, you won’t want to hesitate now that it has arrived in the U.S.

Keep scrolling to shop Harlow’s look as well as the Iris Apfel x H&M collection.

On Winnie Harlow: Iris Apfel x H&M Rib-Knit Turtleneck Top ($30), Rib-Knit Shorts ($30), and Slippers ($199)

This color is so in right now.

I’m in awe.

The must-have loafers of the season.

These will make the best kind of statement.

It’s giving Gucci vibes.

This jacket belongs in a museum—it’s that good.

This coat looks like it costs way more than $149.

Next up: My Wardrobe Was in Desperate Need of Color—This New H&M Collection Did the Trick

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