November 16, 2022
Black and white tweed. Pull-on waist (which is delightful is you’re among those of us who don’t tuck in our tops!). LINED TO THE KNEES!!!
Well yes, if you can use a pair of nice but not formal pants, these would be great…
Of course they’re perfect with all of the black sweaters in the world:
If you like pattern mixing, tweed is maybe the easiest pattern to include. It’s subtle enough not to glaringly clash with other things…
These pants will go with ANY solid color – bright, muted, pastel, neutral:
If you find yourself attending those kinds of events where NOBODY knows quite how dressy things will be, these pants are a great option:
If you like subtle contrasts, these are subtle!
They’re just dressy enough to hold their own against a velvet top and jeweled flats:
I have nothing to say about this next outfit, except that I wish I owned it!
Mixed black and white patterns are a great base for a solid-colored jacket in any shade you might have:
If you’re uncomfortable with mixing patterns TOO much, a solid vest in the middle of things will help tone down the mix…
If you’re tired of wearing your snazzy sweater and matching shoes with a solid color, here’s your chance to bring a bit of texture to things:
I’m ordering these pants. Definitely. Anything that’s lined has got a leg-up in my wardrobe world!
p.p.s. I’m nervous to mention this, but if you click on a pair of earrings (for example) and end up buying children’s clothing from that same website, I STILL GET A COMMISSION. It’s kind of important for me, so I thought I would tell you… I apologize if this is offensive or inappropriate.