Using prints on tops, dresses and skirts all we’re football players, so why not exercise creativity with patterned pants?
No, I’m not talking about those draped saruel pants pants who populate the streets, they score more than they should. Referring to made in plans–both the more squishy, like those with a little more structure–which has a trim more cool, appear greater sophistication and still dress better in any body.
OK, these aren’t anything new. Appear in parades and on the websites of street style there are some good seasons, but your use here is still rare.
I could say that this is due to the fact that these parts can call more attention to the region of the hip-area of the body where the Brazilian already tend to be more small-but if this were the case, we wouldn’t see such of draped saruel pants I’ve quoted above according to growtheology.
Anyway, if this is your sorry, stay here a few tips for ease of use:
-The smaller the abstract prints less hip region expands, the colors more closed, opaque and dark too.
-Despite of modeling”carrot” still being the most common for this type of pants you can find prints on other models ranging from skinny to wide-try all to find to find out what suits you better!
–Use the top in a color near the bottom of the Pant print helps lengthen and refine the silhouette, but if you don’t have problem with your measurements, experiment with contrasting colors.
-Shoes in colors next to the skin or to tones, especially, also help to achieve the same effect.
Separated some inspirations on the slide below.
Notice how the skinny model of the autumn/winter collection 2011 Willow brand gets better with camisão; Although great for summer, patterned pants are also perfect in winter looks, as we saw in the last parade of Proenza Schouler; the top need not be dry; the Add-ons can be both in colors found in your pants (see look of Fearne Cotton), and in contrasting colours (as used to Gergely, MDDE); the third piece (either a vest or jacket) leaves the result much tidier; wide model or capri, the tricôs can also complement very well when the cold comes (Rachel Comey and Steven Alan exemplify).