These trousers from Grassfields have helped fill an ever growing void in my closet. I don’t have many pair of pants at all, let alone khaki trousers. I’m a dress girl through and through, but I’m trying to expand my normal to mean stepping more outside my comfort zone. Once I ore them once, I knew I had to share all the potential these trousers could offer.
On the model, the pants laid flat. I had no delusions that they would do the same with my tummy. I kept that in mind with the first look by making sure my top laid right at where my waist and the pants met. Bringing it down too far would create a line of demarkation or bulk that isn’t there. I worked with where my tummy dictated it was best to go. Finish it off with a mesh duster for ease and chic comfort. Voila. Simple on the go look.
You can’t go wrong with a simply accented white blouse. Well…you can, but not this time. The neckline opens and can slide , so a brooch may be in your best interest if you’re busty. I polished of some of my sparklier pieces and decided against bows at the cuff. Knots will do.
I won’t lie. This look is my favorite. It has a pop of fun with the to-that lets the real star of the show play a supporting role. I pulled them up higher because I don’t do midriff. My tummy is “exposed” but it doesn’t feel or look unflattering. The pants are that great.
Which way do you think played the most? Grab you Grass Fields trousers and tell me how you like them.