Ever stuck in a dilemma choosing between Classified Chicken or Classical Pepperoni at Dominos? Well, the Half and Half option was a godsend to those who just can't make up their mind. (Yet people are surprisingly unified against having pineapple chunks in their Hawaiian.) If you haven’t caught on already, half-and-half or half dressing (coined by Vogue) is the latest fashion trend that's creating some heat on social media. The main culprit? Prada’s half flame boxy fit shirt that's spotted on a diverse roster of individuals the likes of Pusha T, Jeff Goldblum, and Marc Goehring. Who would've guessed that being indecisive can actually be a positive thing?
Here are some other half-and-half options for the days when you just simply cannot make up your mind.
Triple S sneakers by Balenciaga
The infamous dad shoe that practically defined 2017, receives the half-and-half treatment; splicing two strikingly different colourways on the same shoe, so that you’ll never look as basic as the other Triple S owners.
Coat with Viva! Volleyball patch by Gucci
We love our solid and checked wools, so why not have both? The Italian fashion house collaborated with Japanese artist Chikae Ide, for an oversized bi-fabric coat with an embroidered patch from the latter's manga 'Viva! Volleyball' at the hem, that adds a touch of '70s nostalgia.
Multicolour short sleeve bananas & beach shirt by Prada
Go bananas with this Prada number. It's well-known that Miuccia did ugly-chic way before Demna Gvasalia did as evident from the print, which dates back to her spring/summer 2011 show.
Short-sleeve archive scarf print shirt by Burberry
For his last outing at Burberry, Christopher Bailey looked deep into the archives, pulled out two scarf prints and transformed them into a soft, flowy short-sleeved button up that is perfect for Singapore's climate.
Tropical collage print shirt by Versus Versace
There's always extra closet space for another pyjama shirt. Versus Versace combines three vintage prints—Miami from spring/summer 1993, Animalier and Check from autumn/winter 1995, and Jungle from spring/summer 2000— into this satin shirt that's nothing short of maximalist.