Tuesday, 12 July 2011

What I Wore // Palazzo pants!


Blouse - H&M
Palazzo Pants - Next
Shoes - Topshop
Bracelets - Accessorize/Market/Thomas Sabo

I finally got my hands on the palazzo pants as mentioned in this post, (As well as the mint green jeans I wanted ages ago here). I tried on a plethora of different prints, and although they were all cut into the same style, this material was the lightest and easily the most flattering. It just goes to show what a difference the type of fabric makes! I wore this out for a meal at one of my local posh pubs!

Unfortunately for my sandal/ballerina pump loving self, these trousers *have* to be worn with heels as they're a touch too long; A problem I rarely have at 5'9" - But I find that Next are quite generous with their sizing, these are also 2 sizes smaller than I'd usually wear! =\

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S xx


  1. love those trousers, with the blouse they make such a flattering outfit.

  2. cute outift. i'm loving the trousers.

  3. cute!
    i love the look of palazzo pants, but being short/dumpy i don't think they'd suit me ^_^
    they look lovely on you though! :)
    Rosie xo

  4. Love these trousers I'm after either a pair of these or a maxi skirt.. or both actually! thanks for stopping by at my blog and all your lovely comments. I love your blog so I'm now a new follower! xxx

  5. Oh love the pants the colour is great!

  6. Those pants look sooo comfy. They appear very nice and flowy which is perfect for this warmer weather. I can definitely see this as an alternative to a maxi skirt. Lovely find. :)


  7. love the blouse, very cute!!



  8. tricky trend, but you're so rocking it! love your hair, too xx

  9. Those are some great trousers! They look really comfortable too - always a plus!

  10. Love the pants, perfect for the summer time :).


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