Here I am again wearing my fabulous pink peg pants! ...and this time, I was thinking about Valentine's Day when I included them in this look.
Maybe you were warned throughout your childhood that red with pink together was a no-no, but as we got older, we realized that this is one of the most striking and fun color combinations there are. As we know, every fashion rule is meant to be broken and this color match is not the exception.
In my opinion, when trying to wear two bright colors that are a bit similar, we must make sure that it's evident that the combination was intentional and not accidental. I also like to add neutral colors in order to bond the two bright colors together and it also helps to bring the focus to the striking color combo.
As you can see, this look has a bit of mixed media. I wore a pair of classic peg pants with a western shirt, a preppy belt and girly mules. If you noticed that these garments, despite being from different styles, they are in harmony with each due to their hues. If you ask me, this outfit is a fun and unique idea for a Valentine's Day lunch with friends or your significant other.
WHAT I WORE:
Pants: Toyshop. Similar here and here/Shirt: Vintage. Similar/Belt: Vintage. Similar/Shoes: Madison Studio. Similar/Bag: Mansur Gavriel and a few used ones here, here and here /Bracelet: Vintage. Similar/Earrings: Michael Kors/Sunglasses: Coach. Similar.
FIND A FUN PAIR OF PINK PANTS:
FIND A UNIQUE WESTERN-INSPIRED SHIRT:
FIND A GIRLY PAIR OF RED BOW SHOES:
THANKS FOR VISITING! 😉
There are garments that, regardless of their popularity, they always will be a part of my wardrobe. Trends come and go and I personally love to enjoy some of them, however, I don't always agree in giving up to styles that we love just because they are not trending anymore.
There are two jean styles that I will always keep in my wardrobe and one of them is the flared or bell bottom.
Every year, I try to purge old pairs of jeans and replace them with a new fresh pair. This year, I got rid of 2 flared jeans with a thicker fabric (my wardrobe shopping rules) and I welcomed this new pair with a much more comfortable fit. I've been a huge fan of J. Brand "Maria" jeans and since I love the fit and fabric of their skinny styles, I decided to give their flared style a try.
I'm completely in love with this style as well. I can't believe how comfortable they are and how well it hugs curves. I like my bell bottom jeans very long because they elongate my lower body, so as you can see I don't mind just showing the tip of my shoes (Learned from Jessica Simpson) with these styles. In my opinion, if you love something and you feel sexy, stylish and comfortable with it, don't pay attention to the trends and wear it. You can always give them an up-to-date touch by wearing them with your new pieces.
WHAT I WORE:
Flare jeans: J. Brand/Jacket: Vintage. Similar/Turtleneck: J.Crew/Scarf: H&M. Similar/Platforms: Kurt Keiger/Bag: Vintage. Similar here and here./Pendant: Antique. Similar/Earrings: Michael Kors. (on sale)
The day of this photoshoot was very windy so, for a change, instead of wearing a beanie or a beret, I wrapped my hair with one of my favorite scarves.
FIND THE PERFECT PAIR OF FLARE JEANS:
FIND A CHIC PAIR OF PLATFORM BOOTS: