Pattern Mixing.

That’s what I’m talking about.

The trick? Is playing with your sizes. You gotta have a change in the scale of the pattern (the same can be said for layering patterns) In this case, the florals were quite big so I made sure the houndstooth was a lot smaller. To integrate them better and this is a general pocket square rule, you just need to make sure the overall colour of your pocket square picks up on something in your outfit, by picking up on the tie it makes the tie less busy, then again, by matching the tie colours to the shirt colours, it makes the tie feel a little less busy. That was it really.

The details of the outfit are as follows

Pink oxford shirt from Mr Price

Floral tie by Stephen Cole (Available at stuttafords)

Blue blazer from Zara

Arthur’s hank pocket square by Heywood 1922

Skinny green chinos by Levis

Brown bluchers from Zara

Okay. Stay Fancy.

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