This is an especially red pair of trousers which reminds me a bit of Christmas. But a little of that holiday outside it’s time frame is never a bad thing. But I’ve had these in my ASOS shopping basket for a month before I decided to purchase it. I bought it believing I would wear it for a Valentine’s date with the boyfriend or a Galentine’s night out. Neither of those happened on the actual day but it’s still a good pair for a 9 to 5 job or because you like to look nice. I’m not a fan of wearing sweat pants for any outing, I believe in the if you look good, you feel good.
These trousers worked so well with this tweed trim blouse. It’s almost as if they were made as a complementary pair. Zara’s Spring collection has many great pieces this year. I’m actually quite worried for my bank account. LOL. I usually only purchase shoes from Zara online but it’s been a little more than that in the past two months. This blouse just screams chic and feminine, especially with the sleeves extending into this billowy form. I definitely will be getting lots of wear out of it.
I love how they added ruffles extending from the collar. It’s like a feminine, airy version from the times of Versailles. Something you’d see King Louis wear (without the tweed of course).
What’s most exciting is that Spring is in the air. It’s been snowing here and there in the Midwest, but I believe it’s on it’s way out. I’m already shopping for Spring pieces with no where to wear them yet.
Have you cleared your winter wardrobe yet?
Blank NYC Moto Jacket, old (Similar HERE & HERE) | Zara Tweed Trim Blouse | ASOS Petite Trousers | Charles David Heels (Similar HERE & HERE) | Kate Spade Bag, old (Similar HERE & HERE) | BP Sunglasses, old (Similar HERE)