Here's my math equation: if you wear several pieces that don't go together (with good taste and fit, of course) eventually it'll all cancel each other out. Is it true in all cases? Probably not. Is it true in this case? You be the judge! 

Full look: 

What you're seeing here is a SUPER boxy (and wrinkled) men's t-shirt worn with silk pants, Air max sneaks and a mixed fabric moto jacket.... woof. 

This tee wouldn't normally be paired with these pants. It's large, cotton and not particularly chic on it's own. But methinks the tee makes the pants more wearable and casual. Silk Pant + Tee = cancel out the fancy.

A little front tuck, juuuuust in the front. 

Could have gone with a heel - but picking up the pink in the print and mirroring it in the kicks. 

Jacket time - Check the leather sleeves and varsity moment at the cuff and hem. It's a good moment, baby.

The prints have ZERO to do with each other... but they're canceling each other out as if to say "we aren't two different prints mashed together. No! We are all one print."

What do you think about this combo? 


Vintage men's tee | Rag and Bone jacket | Clover Canyon pants | Nike Airmax 1