“Never use the word “cheap”. Today everybody can look chic in inexpensive clothes (the rich buy them too). There is good clothing design on every level today. You can be the chicest thing in the world in a T-shirt and jeans — it’s up to you.” — Karl Lagerfeld
I love Karl Lagerfeld. He’s my dream dad, friend and/or brother. Everything about him is just majestic. ❤️
Posting today what I wore the other day in the office, featuring harem pants.
As I have always mentioned here in my blog, fashion for me is a combo of style and comfort so I guess you wouldn’t be surprised anymore if I say that I got a bunch of baggy pants like this pair in my closet. I love harem pants but not the plain ones though. You can tell by the name of this blog (yep, this blog finally got its “serious” name. *deep sigh*) that I’m a fan of anything printed. I’m actually a random minimalist because I love simplicity (especially when it comes to makeup cos I don’t wear much) but – I tend to get easily bored so I always end up playing with colors in terms of fashion. But today let’s pause playing with colors and beyond normal such as the florals and prints combo.
As much as I want to maintain the title of this blog and make my own name by spreading the love story of florals and prints – I guess it wouldn’t be that possible because there are pieces of clothing that aren’t really meant for each other.
Anyhooo, since my harem pants a.k.a gypsy looking pants are already a bit eye-catchy (prints are always eye-catchy, admit it), I paired them with a plain tank top and plain red flats. I added the vintage necklace and the scarf headband to create a little bit of boho look.
Not all, or maybe many girls especially here in the Philippines are still not convinced with the Harem trend but I’m glad I’m not alone – check out Chictopia’s post featuring Harem Pants. I guess that’s why they liked my previous post on Instagram? See below: