A few years back, during my teenage days, if I was ever told to wear these pants, my answer would have been a straight No! Little did we knew that 70’s fashion was going to make a comeback in this era and will be accepted widely. The fringe, peasant tops and wide leg pants were some of the stars in the 70’s, now shining bright in this century.
Although it was more of hippie fashion back then, I have tried to create a modern version by pairing my sleeveless blazer and black heels with these wide-legged grid pants. The moment I tried these trousers on, I knew they were coming home with me for this pattern looked so cool and oh boy, they are comfortable too!
If you may ask what my personal style is, frankly, I do not have one answer to it. My choices change with my mood and so does my style inspirations. One day it is boho and the other day I might want to keep it very chic and elegant. I cannot stand myself getting caught in a rut of repetitiveness, be it anything in my life. I love change and I thrive to experiment as much as I can. But being comfortable in your skin is very important and I believe that is what gives me confidence, even if I am trying something new.
Monochrome has become one of my favourites over the time and my last few posts are a proof. May be growing up has to do something with it, you know, playing safe with colors and understanding my taste better! Anyways, there is still a lot more to explore and learn as I move ahead. And It would be lovely to have you guys with me together on this journey though my blog. Let’s make some good memories. 🙂
This outfit is perfect for that important meeting when you want to create a first impression on your probable client or a fun luncheon with friends. If you like being experimental, Just leave the jacket home and voila you are party ready! Put on some bling, switch to a shinier pair of shoes and dab a bright lipstick for a glam night out in these pants. I am pretty sure I can pull these pants for a casual day look with a tee and flats too. What do you guys think?