– Very comfortable
– Easy to move around in them… specially when you are travelling in summers. You don’t want to wear something that is constantly sticking to your body.
– They camouflage the weight on my thighs.
I personally avoid wearing the baggy ones. I am like a pear and the baggy ones make me look even fluffier. They usually look good on people with skinny frame. I obviously have all the reasons to avoid them 😉
The pants have narrow ankles making them tapering from knees. This makes for a sleek look. I have teamed them up with a tight black tank top. I’m going for the simple and uncomplicated look – black and khaki with some gold accessories. Everything I have worn, from head to toe, is of a different color but it harmonizes with each other so well 🙂
Somewhere while walking to Museo Nacional Del Prado or the Prado Museum in Madrid, Spain
Until a few years ago, I was not a fan of gold jewelry. However, in recent times, I have started appreciating the way it blends with the neutral shades in my closet. I like to wear antique finish gold jewelry mostly. I club them with the browns, blacks, and tans/neutral shades in my closet. Any gold jewelry – yellow, antique or matte, blends well with the whites too. Think Cleopatra wrapped in her whites and studded in her gold jewelry J. I like the ones that have colored stones embedded in them. It gives you the much-needed pop for the summers.
Here are the details of the look…
Harem pants: Originally bought from Papaya
Similar on Forever21 – $11
Necklace: Originally bought from Icing
Similar on Forever21 – $4
Bracelet: Similar on Forever21 – $7
Shoes: Originally bought from Nu pair local store
Same on Amazon – $13
Bag: Originally bought from H&M
Similar on Amazon – $10
P.S. Changed the name of my blog to ChicPudding… as I feel, it strongly represents my top two obsessions – fashion (chic) and food (pudding) 😉