Matching top and skirt ensembles are all the rage with celebs like Kristen Stewart, Zoe Saldana, Freida Pinto, and more.
Kristen Stewart in Balmain
Kristen Stewart took a break from her usual minidress at the Snow White and the Hunstman in a strapless two-piece dress by Balmain with all-over ornate beading.
Freida Pinto in Salvatore Ferragamo
Freida Pinto looked on-point for summer in a two-piece outfit by Salvatore Ferragamo at the Desert Dancer photo call at Cannes. The geometric print cropped halter with a full skirt was a fresh update on a retro silhouette.
Zoe Saldana in Jonathan Saunders
Zoe Saldana looked chic in an ethnic print two-piece outfit with a crop top and full skirt by Jonathan Saunders at the Teen Choice Awards.
Kim Kardashian in Emilio Pucci
Kim Kardashian looked glamorous in a beaded mesh two-piece dress at Cannes. Does the sari-inspired Emilio Pucci gown look familiar? Gwyneth Paltrow wore the same one to the Emmy’s last year.
Lauren Santo Domingo
At the RxArt annual party in NYC, Lauren Santo Domingo wore a black dress with an edgy slash.
Naya River in Razan Alazzouli and H&M
At San Diego Comic Con, Glee actress Naya Rivera mixed pieces from different designers for a put-together two-piece look. Her cornflower blue pencil skirt was from H&M Skirt and her cropped short-sleeve shell was by Razan Alazzouli—she injected a pop of color with yellow pumps by Guiseppe Zanotti.
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Miley Cyrus in Emilio Pucci
At the premiere of Hunger Games, Miley Cyrus showed some skin in a 90s-inspired bra top and skirt look by Emilio Pucci.
Rachel McAdams in Peter Som
Rachel McAdams looked lovely in a two-piece dress with a floor-length floral skirt at the Journey 2: The Mysterious Island premiere.
Karen Elson in Proenza Schouler
Karen Elson dazzled at the CFDA Fashion Awards in a two-piece emerald green look by Proenza Schouler featuring a bustier top and A-line skirt.
As a celebrity fashion contributor for theFashionSpot, Ellen Freeman vacillates between being a superfan and a hater. She studied comparative literature at Haverford College and has written for Glimpse, Philadelphia Weekly, and the Philadelphia Live Arts blog. Ellen's day jobs in her hometown of Portland, Oregon include nannying, teaching yoga and thrift store spelunking.