Since so many of these looks involve an undershirt (especially the suit sets), here is some inspiration from Chanel an how to have fun with the mix
A simple pattern creates a lot of impact when worn head to toe. I also love that the shorts and jacket on the left not only share the same print, they share the same hemline. Very chic. Printed pairs also seen at Dolce & Gabbana, Balenciaga, and Marc Jacobs.
All black works when the separates are well tailored. The cut on these pants is gorgeous. A little sheen is good to add some interest, as seen on this silk lapel. Sleek, solely dark silhouettes also seen at Alexander McQueen, Givenchy, and Yves Saint Laurent.
Brightly done monotone hues shined on the runways, also seen at Akris, Etro, and Gucci. Simply remember, go bold, go bright, go top to bottom, and you'll ace this trend. Also, don't shy from shiny finishes to accent your look, seen here with a statement belt buckle.