These are not wallflower pants, these are flower pants. There is no way you won’t be noticed in these paints, that’s for sure. Yet, for some reason, I don’t see these pants as bold at all. Maybe it’s the navy color. I shy away from bold statements with my clothes, hence the color palette of grey, black and white. But I’ve never shied away from wearing these pants.
I usually keep things simple, white, black, grey, denim. But when it comes to accessories, I love to add a pop of color with a colorful bag. And I have a soft spot for pink. I have pink high heels, pink sneakers (just got them and you’ll see them in an upcoming post or my Instagram feed) and pink bags.
My statement skirt is my life saver during transitional fall weather. I usually go for clean, simple and grey (notice the sweater and the boots), but when it comes to skirts, I love ones with flowers and interesting details.
I’m in love with these blush pants (or let’s be honest, they are actually pink). I love the dusty rose color, and the loose, baggy fit. Wearing pink pants when you are not a four year old girl any more almost feels rebellious. And since I’m someone who is completely devoted to her skinny jeans (any color), I actually surprised even myself how much I enjoy wearing baggy pants.
I’ve been wanting a white blazer for a while and admiring this linen one from J. Crew specifically from afar. I told myself that it’s too white for a mother of a small kid and that I’ll end up, inevitably, getting something on it that won’t come out.