WIDE LEG OBSESSIONS

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So, I’m having a wide leg pant obsession…and a neck scarf obsession…and an off-the-shoulder-anything obsession.

How do you go back to restrictive, tight jeans after wearing what feels like satin pillow cases on your lower half all day. Also, my shoulders need to get out more. Nothing whispers summer like a dusting of tan along the collarbone.

I’m currently in the process of evaluating my wardrobe. I don’t want to own pieces that are ‘saved for special occasions’. To prevent this happening, one needs to buy multiple-use items. Those pieces that can be re-worked across many different social outings. Hence why I love these pants. They can be dressed up for evening, or dressed down for daytime wear. I want my clothes to have a social calendar as full as my own.

At a BBQ on Saturday, we discussed one-use clothing. Throwaway items that are discarded as soon as they have made their debut on Facebook. I was the only one in the group who was from another school of thought….

Buy that piece you absolutely love, price irrelevant, and wear the shit out of it.

If you require some extra convincing, I have included a slideshow below to give you more wide leg inspo.

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My outfit: Pants – Sass & Bide   Top – Topshop   Shoes – Country Road
Bag – Witchery   Scarf – from a street stall

Much love xx

 

 

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Hi, I’m Katie. I am a kiwi neuroscientist with a love for consuming and creating content. This site is where I share my personal thoughts and the thoughts of incredible minds from around the world. PhD in Neuroscience, University of Otago.

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