fit in with

fit (somebody/something) in with somebody/something

to belong with something We must fit new buildings in with the styles and scale of buildings that have been here for two hundred years. She will fit in well with those high-powered environmental lawyers.
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The Newhall Redevelopment Committee is working with businesses along San Fernando Road to consider changing the wall paintings to better fit in with the Old West theme envisioned for the area as a way to lure tourists' dollars, according to city Economic Development Director Mike Havilland.