I’m a huge fan of flattering joggers let alone sequin joggers. Sometimes you need a little pop of metallic to wake up an otherwise neutral winter look. I’m wearing a small and it has a drawstring waist. I like the classic jogger ankle to compliment a pump for evening or sneaker for day. My wardrobe needs to be as versatile as my lifestyle!
Have you tried sequin joggers?
Nothing takes my ripped jeans and sneakers to chic faster than a scarf tie blouse. Recently I was thinking of writing a 20 Things I Can’t Live Without post because, as I was just telling Reid, when it comes right down it, I’d find that I really just style my outfits using 20 items over and over. I imagine we all could use a good closet edit. I know, I know, big words from a girl with shoes all over the house and an overflowing closet. But think of it!
For this particular outfit, this cute heart skirt is the focal point. I wanted to give you girls time to order your Valentine’s outfits, so if you order now you will get it in time for Valentines day! I paired it with a scarf blouse, camel coat and boots in neutrals that strangely color match with my faux fur collar. I like pairing red with neutrals and here it just works! What are you wearing for Valentine’s Day?
Tis the season – for parties and sequin pants! I think we all know that moment when we stand in front of our closet trying to find that perfect outfit for the holiday party–pizzaz and wow, without Too Much or Overdoing it. It’s a hard balance, folks. And here is where the sequin pants make their blessed appearance. Sequin pants (the one’s I’m wearing are $25!) and a black bell sleeved top is a great choice for pretty much any holiday event. It’s classy and sparkly, and affordable! Throw in a statement heel, and you’re set. I’ve shown some fun options below. Off to enjoy some almond milk egg nog! Cheers!
:: Sequin Pants ::
:: Heels ::
The fastest way to change up your work wear is to add a couple twists to the classic look, aka your wear-to-work rut. Sound familiar? I too am guilty of finding a favorite that seems to work, like those same black wide-leg pants, and sticking with it over and over because a) it works and b) I’m too busy to change it up.
However, realization is the first step to changing. I personally am a fan of the classic look; you can never go wrong with well made trousers, right? But to add a little twist, what about knots and a pop of chartreuse? Instead of a white button down, consider it knotted, or instead of the standard black or brown pump, consider chartreuse. If you aren’t yet convinced, all three pieces are under $250 and can be worn multiple time with jeans and shorts! For more outfit inspiration, check out their 10 pieces, 10 outfits.
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