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ZaraDatta
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ZaraDatta
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Hi All,
I got two gorgeous black silk tops (both from Karen Millen, one short sleeved, embroidered around the neckline in various colours and quite sheer with a camisole underneath, and the other satiny and sleeveless) that I don’t want to wear with skirts (I don’t think I look nice in them). Could anyone suggest what colour trousers would be appropriate? I know jeans are a possibility but sometimes an occasion demands something a little more formal. Any ideas?
Thanks,
Zara

posted over 4 years ago
ZaraDatta
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ZaraDatta
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That’s it – accessorize! Great idea, thanks so much! :-)

posted over 4 years ago
 
splashofcolour
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splashofcolour
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If black and black isn;t your thing then you could try beige or stone coloured trousers, most of the times I’ve seen that colour combination it looks pretty good.

posted over 4 years ago
 
ZaraDatta
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ZaraDatta
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I’ve done that combination, but I’ve only got dark beige Gap trousers and they don’t look very formal. I’ll need to get hold of a more sassy pair, but you’re right, that combi does look great.

posted over 4 years ago
 
hopelesslydevoted
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This may sound a little strange but I remember I saw Audrina patridge where a pair of pale yellow skinnies with a black top and it looked great! It was a nice change from the overplayed bright skinnies people where.

posted over 4 years ago
 
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Go for skinny tuxedo trousers in black, gray, or a bright….it keeps it dressy without looking drab. Since those trousers tend to have a sheen, it adds some formality to it without looking too casual.

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posted over 4 years ago
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