The minute I saw these trousers, I instantly got the complete look in my head even though I got them for an entirely different one. The extremely high waist, silver buttons and the somewhat faded stripes gave them a vintage rock look that I adore. An oversized and destroyed grey vintage band tee, silver chains and a pair of white Dr.Martens would make this a perfect outfit my rock-loving-highschool-self would be proud. However, I decided to go for the initial look I had planned by combining stripes with the gorgeous pop of green and grey tones all around.
I love how slimming the trousers are with their stretchy fabric and vertical stripes all whilst giving you a youthful look. The metallic brogues could easily be replaces by metallic pointy heels to elevate the look and make it more glam; although I will probably cut the hems of the trousers in the near future to give them more of a distressed look.
Apart from the beautiful bright colour of the jumper, its fabric is so soft you’re easily tempted to wear it daily, and despite the assymetrical hem that cover your bum a tiny bit, I added the white button-down to cover it even more, it atcually also doubles up as an added layer to make this look more interesting. As much as I love adding my metallic brogues to a simple look, I also like pairing them with an already funky one for that ‘more is more’ attire.
All in all, it’s safe to say you’ll be seeing a lot more of these trousers in the near future with several looks ranging from glam ones to emo-inspired ones that fulfill the emo-kid in me.
Turban – Mango scarf
Sunnies – Zara
Button-down – Paradox
Jumper – Zara
Trousers – Stradivarius
Cardigan – Kiabi
Handbag – Pimkie
Borgues – Zara