Patterns seem to surrender to the ever trending revival of minimalism, for the message is as clear as what is shown on the trend report that a plain t-shirt is what we ought to go for, while a person who gets it shall fetch himself a pair of retro-released Stan Smith or slip-on sneakers (or the alternatives: Benassi and Birkenstock for summer). Yet it’s still advisable to juxtapose different patterns and fabrics, since that’s what I’m capable of.
There was a time when I mentioned the idea “Pattern on pattern is the new minimalism“, and this outfit makes no otherwise. However, besides playing with a cohesive mash-up with the key hue navy blue, I also choose two of the flat graphic patterns that ensemble each other in shape. The Arena shirt from Jil Sander (off-seasoned) which features an asymmetric graphic print in navy blue, is in coherence with the contrasted side panels on these Prada pants(off-seasoned). Still the juxtaposition of patterns isn’t complete until that Wood Wood clutch with a navy strap is added.
Jil Sander Arena graphic print shirt (similar here) | Prada paneled pants (similar here) | Unknown vintage denim jacket(check out this one from Levi’s and budget here) | Alex & Sara wool slip-on sneakers (similar here, here, and here) | Wood Wood clutch (shop it in grey and maroon)
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