Look twice as nice with a printed matching set created with different pieces from your wardrobe. I'm sure you are aware of this 70's trend going on strong for more than 2 years. This matchy-matchy trend can very fun, however, as all trends, not everybody will commit to them. So far, I've not been tempted to acquire a matching set, but that doesn't mean that I can't enjoy a similar effect with pieces that I already have in my wardrobe.
A matching set can also be done with two garments with the same print but in different sizes. For instance, in today's look I'm wearing a pair of pants with tiny white polka dots with a blouse with larger polka dots. If you ask me, I'm wearing a matching set that actually looks more interesting that wearing one with the exact print. You can also try this styling with stripes, floral..etc. Just remember, keep the larger print in the areas that you want to highlight and the smaller otherwise.
To add even more fun, I'm showing you this look worn with sneakers for day time and high heels for an evening out with friends.
Pants: (old) The Limited. Similar style here and here.
Shirt: (old) H&M. See this by Paul Smith.
Jacket: Vintage. Try Topshop's version.
Bag: Mansur Gavriel (sold out) A pre-loved one available at Vestiaire Collective.
Sneakers: Adidas. Available here.
Pumps: Gianvito Rossi. Buy here.
Sunglasses: Tom Ford.
Pendant: Vintage. Try this from Target.
Lipstick: YSL (01)