Zoë Kravitz Wore This Underrated Boot Trend on a Day Date With Channing Tatum

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Zoë Kravitz Wore This Underrated Boot Trend on a Day Date With Channing Tatum

Who's your favorite Hollywood couple right now? I know newly engaged Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker are definitely one of the buzziest pairs around, but I can't help but obsess over Zoë Kravitz and Channing Tatum. Photographed on a stroll in New York City this week, they looked like the picture of domestic bliss in coordinating cream sweaters.

Kravitz's outfit reminded me of one boot trend that I haven't paid much attention to: front-zipper boots. While searching for shoppable products for this story, this style was hard to find compared to popular silhouettes like lace-up and lug-sole boots. That said, there are more than enough options to choose from if you want to copy Kravitz and try out the trend for yourself. Scroll down to shop her outfit. 

Next, 6 Color Trends I'm Retiring in 2022 (and What I'm Replacing Them With)

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Sophie Turner Wore the Two-Piece Trend We're Betting Big on This Winter

For her and Joe's anniversary no less.

Sophie Turner Wore the Two-Piece Trend We're Betting Big on This Winter

Congratulations are in order for our favorite Hollywood couple. On Tuesday, Sophie Turner and Joe Jonas celebrated their five-year anniversary, and of course, they did so in style—Turner especially. For their corresponding date night, the former Game of Thrones star and Louis Vuitton brand ambassador chose to wear one of our favorite trends for winter: the matching two-piece set. 

Specifically, Turner paired gold-and-brown houndstooth kick flares with a matching cropped, long-sleeve cardigan, both from It girl–approved French brand Rouje. She added shiny white boots and a mini monogram shoulder bag from Louis Vuitton. Ready for the real reason we're celebrating? Her entire set is somehow still available to shop. 

Before we end up rambling on about Jophie for so long that Turner's Rouje two-piece sells out, shop her date-night look below. And while you're at it, take a look at a few of our other favorite matching sets—if not for us, for the Queen in the North. 

On Sophie Turner: Rouje Guy Shirt ($185); Rouje Gerald Pants ($190); Louis Vuitton bag

This set is equally as chic as Turner's but is way more roomy and cozy. Shop the matching Carmen Relaxed Pull-On Pants ($135).

This '90s-inspired set is 100% coming home with us. Shop the matching Flared Satin Pants ($50).

It's the tiny ruffled cuffs for us.  Shop the matching Pantalons ($720).

Quarter-zip knits are another huge trend for winter. Shop the matching Sweater Pants ($70).

This print is ridiculously cool. Shop the matching Elastic Waist Printed Pants ($56).

More plissé pleats, please!  Shop the matching Paulina Pull-On Relaxed Pants ($109).

This duo is a lesson in making sweater sets look edgy. Shop the matching  Ab-Ex Knit Pants ($515).

We can't help but love a space-dye moment. Shop the matching Josie Pant ($89).

The arrival of spooky season is reason enough to buy this orange set. Shop the matching Lettuce Edge Flare Pants ($70).

The tunic-over-pants look appears to be back on top.  Shop the matching Rib Knit Merino Wool Pants ($70).

In case you missed the paper this morning, it suggested you buy this set stat. Shop the matching Climate Newsprint High Rise Straight Leg Jeans ($188).

Take this two-piece up a notch by incorporating the matching cardigan into your co-ord. Shop the matching Isla Ribbed Pants ($125).

This pixelated duo is giving Turner's set a run for its money. Shop the matching Pixel Flare Leggings ($62).

This sparkly trio is perfect for a festive yet chill holiday party. Shop the matching Metallic Knit Wide Leg Pants ($69).

Watch Turner wear this on her sixth anniversary. Shop the matching Monogram Flare Pant ($69). Next, 22 Matching Sets Worth Ditching Your Sweatsuits For

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