Floral Trousers Part 2

Back in March I featured the infamous blogger favorite “floral trousers” from H&M.  If you haven’t figured it out yet, I am not a big believer in specific clothes for specific seasons.  In previous outfit posts I have mentioned the word “transitional pieces” and as I get older I am definitely learning how to better identify which are needed for my wardrobe.  What’s crazy is that when I bought these pants last spring I struggled with what to match them with other than this tan blouse.  Today I pulled them from the back of the closet and got so excited to see them again because this time along it was so easy to match.  Here are two ways to wear floral, busy printed pants.

Shirt/Sunnies-Forever 21, Jacket-Halogen Nordstrom, Necklace/clutch-Vintage, Pants-H&M, Shoes-B Brian Atwood

The original post was here! This particular look it is very profesional/casual.  The flats tone it down, but the tucked in, belted blouse combo makes it look clean and polished.

Blouse-BP Nordstrom, Shoes-Enzo, Sunnies/Ring-Forever 21, Necklace-Vintage

I look forward to creating more content similar to this in the future. Stay tuned for AM to PM looks, one piece 5 ways and other multiple outfit variety. Have a great weekend!

xoxo,

AVC

8 Responses to Floral Trousers Part 2

  1. The Brian Atwood heels are fab! Both outfits are lovely :)

  2. adorable outfit–love the pants!

  3. you are the first blogger that has reeeaaaalllyyy made me want some floral pants. i may have to make that happen now. i love how you toughened them up a little with the leather jacket. love the knot on the tee and those HOT shoes!

    -aimee
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  4. Oooooo I need those pants! Lol Love them!
    http://www.LoveNiki.com

  5. Wearing such a high heel shoes is really an art …isn’t it dear ? (I am male so bear with my such questions :D )… I admire the girls who do it and do walk,run,dance etc wearing them…I love this too !

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