run, run, as fast as you can.. and in doing so, who says you cant chase the wind fashionably? I've been in search of more affordable printed trousers, some i want to share with you all. They're a huge trend this year, mostly found in geometric, animal, and indie navajo prints. Most are priced above $100 or more. And if you're like me, they are worn less than a handful of times. i try to avoid wearing the same prints too often. it's not that i don't love them, it's that i love them too much so i dont want to grow tired of them!
these leopard windchasers were bought at my work place. I will be selling them on my website www.moddame.com by the end of this month!
$60 one size - fit xs to small - Sits at ankles.
Alexander McQueen $1,565 -well, by the time i can afford this, it wouldn't be in style anymore!
SOme Lace up wedges $30 @ forever21. Just bought these Love them!They work a lot with the trend right now and in one of my favorite yearly colors.
Here are some outfits that are some what affordable- only buy what you can afford, sub the rest with what you've already got in your closet!
f21 loose tank $7.90 - miss selfridge $57 printed pant - F21 elephant bracelet $6.80 - F21 brown wedges $29.80
F21 sleeveless blouse $16.90 - f21 brown heels $26.80 - topshop printed pant $60 - F21 elephant bracelet $6.80 - louis vuitton (fake?) croc wedged heels $226 online
asos $46 polka dot pants - do a f21 white stripe blouse at $18.90 or the red @ $19.90
asos striped pants $120 - sub the top for F21 $7.90 tank or $24.80 white boy shirt
asos reptile printed pant $176 and sub the top for f21 tops both @ $18.90
Well, for me im just doing thrift shops to find old high waisted pants with wide legs then cropping them and slimming the ankles to skinnies. If you can afford it, just buy the pants already made!