Patterns are fun, loud ways to showcase your personal style. However, not all of them need to be incorporated into a single piece of clothing like a solid color. Sometimes, an already expressive pattern only needs a blank canvas or a small amount of space to stand out.
When I crossed paths with this Fashionisto, his pocket shirt immediately caught my attention. The pattern was so colorfully chaotic that if it were to be the entire shirt, his look would be too overwhelming. Confining it to a small pocket space on a white shirt still gave the pattern the spotlight, but in a visually pleasing way. The use of bright blue in his beanie and wrist wear choices coordinated with the blue in his shirt pattern, which allowed his outfit to be consistent and balanced. His look is completed with patterned sneakers incorporating all the colors in his patterned pocket tee.
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