Much has been written about colored pants and what’s more even men seem to have caught on the trend. Have you seen the pink pants on Akshay Kumar yet?
Not wanting to be left behind, I put together a couple of looks with this hot red pair that I had picked up about 6 months back from a boutique in Bhopal. (Yes, Bhopal! psst: it was a kids store: p – the things petite people have to do! :p).
I tried to spruce up a boring black and red combination with some accessories and a shrug. Don’t miss our list of ideas on how you could experiment with colored pants.
To start with I wore the T-shirt back in the front! Yes, ‘ulta’ – like this
Quite cheeky of me eh :p
I paired it with a crochet belt & the neckpiece I had blogged about in my post Weedkend’s Loot.
What do you think of this pairing?
Find this a little too heavy for your liking? Maybe you could try what I did for a more casual ‘coffee with friends’ kind of a look.
I ditched the neck piece and belt and put on a shrug to change the look completely. I slipped on a pair of wedges, so I can comfortably stroll around before I head to catch up with the ladies.
Slung my new favorite Kenneth Cole to complete my look!
Do you have any tried and tested colored pants combinations? Share your pictures and ideas with us on our Facebook page and get rowdy!
Don’t have, but want to experiment? Here is our take on how you can pair them:
- Black or White: you can never go wrong with a black or white top / tee / gunjee. Go for a frilly/feminine top is you are going dressy and a gunjee for chai with your friends.
- Color Blocking: This can be tricky, but you must experiment like I did here. You could add sunshine to someones day by pairing a peach pant with a yellow tee or violet/purple gunjee.
- Play with Prints: Tees with graphic designs like Sneaky did while we celebrated the love.
- Polka or Stripes – For the Ariel Bloggers meet, Sneaky tried pairing her crimson cigarette pants with polka. Check that out here