Winter Printed Pant

The printed pant is a trend that has transitioned from spring to fall, but with this transition comes an evolution of the printed pant.  Fall and winter normally boast more somber colors than warmer months and when it comes to the bold print this is no exception.  Laura (a buyer for macy’ and the star contributor from my last post) rocked a demur and subtle printed pant demonstrating the importance of updating trends in order to keep them relevant.  This is not to say that color should be avoided as it starts to get chilly–just that you must be mindful.  Styling is also crucial to the success of the printed pant, making sure to remember the print is the star of the look.

Also, on a completely unrelated note, history was made today!  President Obama was re-elected as our President and same-sex marriage was approved in Maryland and Maine! I am so proud of my country!

Loving this pant and the conservative black turtleneck. This pant could also be part of a bolder pairing, either way it’s perfect.  The embellishments are also to die for!

Photo courtesy of imachicnation.blogspot

Simple and subtle take on the printed pant. Her style exudes confidence yet appears effortless.

Photo courtesy of theyallhateus

Olivia Palermo looking fab in tie dye jeans. Proof that color can be rocked all year round.

Photo courtesy of People

As seen in a previous post, camo is huge this season and is different take on the printed pant. I am also always in search of the perfect winter sweater and this oxblood turtleneck looks like cozy perfection!

Photo courtesy of atlantic-pacific.blogspot

Poppy Delevingne looking fab in a side split black and white printed pant.  She always looks killer!

Photo courtesy of Huffington Post

The vertical stripes are slimming and elongating (this is a helpful tip to remember). I also love love love the jacket!

Photo courtesy of fashiion-gone-rouge.tumblr


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