Clashing Checks Are The New Trend For Street Style Lovers

Mixed-print dresses dominated the fashion industry over summer, but as things get cooler – and our whimsical summer midis are rendered a *tad* impractical – there’s an autumnal alternative that’s a whole lot more versatile.
During September’s SS19 shows, the likes of Eva Chen and Emma Bonneaud expertly proved that there are several ways to tackle the potentially intimidating look.

The easiest way is to opt for a single piece made up of the clashing patterns, requiring little creative input from yourself (and ideal for those days that your sartorial antenna seems to be struggling).

If you’re feeling more brave, pair two differently-checked pieces with one another. A great way to do it is to keep the palette complimentary – pastels, for example, or different tones of the same shade – while contrasting the size or orientation of the check.

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