Today I am styling a pair of patterned wide-leg pants that are trending. The beauty of these pants is that they work now for Summer and will still work in the Fall and Winter.
I got this pair last fall from a great little shop in Leland, Michigan called Haystacks. I have shared their skirts and tops in previous posts, and want to show you these pants as well. They are virtually wrinkle-free, making them a great piece for travel. You can literally wad them into a ball and throw them in your suitcase. When picking out patterned pants, be sure to pick a pattern with easy-to match shades, like these. The gray, tan, rust, brown, and cream shades make them look good with just about any color.
Here is how you can style them in each season:
Add a lightweight top like this silk shirt, mules and a great bag and your outfit is complete!
Just add a slightly heavier weight top for Fall–this cowl neck top is from Michael Stars and is great quality. I have it in several colors. It’s great for layering, too. My bag is an inexpensive one; I love the two-tone shades which give it some interest and allow it to go with everything. Here I am wearing Lucky Brand neutral wedges which are on sale for under $50! On cooler days, you could easily add booties or even flats.
Crossbody bag (similar)
Nothing says winter like a warm, stylish sweater. And gray will continue to be a BIG color this year. Just by adding a sweater, this outfit is ready for Winter. Again, I am wearing wedge sandals, but booties or any closed-toe shoe would look great, including a menswear-style shoe which is also trending.
This is a cotton sweater from Lands End; here are some similar looks:
I will be traveling to Northern Michigan in the next few weeks and will definitely do some shopping at Haystacks with my BFF from Junior High School. Can’t wait!
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