Welcome back from the weekend! I had a super fabulous one and I even had a chance to attend a performance in my hometown by the world famous Florida A&M University Strikers (they recently appeared on America's Best Dance Crew). They were invited to wrap up the end of a month long black heritage events celebration.
Besides that riveting performance, I also had a chance to purchase some items, due to my need to go out clubbing. Low and behold, one of the items is yet another pair of harem pants. I promise you this is my last pair!!! I almost felt guilty buying them yesterday but I have a total of 3 pairs so I think that's going to have to be my trend limit. I'm trying to think of some creative ways to rock them, you know, so I make them my own (it's called personal style people). Check out 2 ways I've pieced together my looks below.
Harem Pants by Sonia Rykel: net-a-porter.com; Tank Top: buckle.com; Satchel: endless.com; Corso Como Santorini Sandals: piperlime.com; Bracelets: image on media.photobucket.com; Necklace: avelle.com; Bamboo Earrings: shop.stato.de
I didn't purchase my pants from Net-a-Porter but I couldn't upload a photo from Zara because they don't have their clothes online. They really need to change that because it is certainly inconveniencing us right? The above pair by Sonia Rykel is extremely close however.
Ribbed Tank: charlotterusse.com; 3.1 Phillip Lim Mirage Tuxedo Blazer: net-a-porter.com; Harem Pants by Sonia Rykel: net-a-porter.com; IMAN Global Chic Vintage Glamour Beaded Clutch: hsn.com; DAVIS by Ruthie Davis Stud BOLT Platform Pump: thehipchick.com; BKE Zebra Earring: buckle.com
This ensemble is pretty hot if I may say so myself. I believe you can definitely pull off the "casual" harem look at night if you pair with classics like a blazer and pumps. Tres' chic!!!