If you’d told me three month ago I’d be wearing loose pants I would have fallen off this jetty laughing.
Loose pants have been doing the rounds for a while but it’s a trend that didn’t entice me . . . until I stumbled upon these Peter Morrissey leopard print numbers!
They are soooooo comfortable and easy to wear. You can jazz them up with killer heels for evening, or dress them down with slides and a great T. If you have a trim waist they look best with a top tucked in but if you want to camouflage that area then a loose top is your best option. Hubby was not overawed, but I was wearing them for my enjoyment and not his!
I paired them with this Nikki Blossom blazer with a sheer back. Don’t underestimate the power of a good blazer. It’s a great trans-seasonal piece that can transform and elevate an outfit, making it suitable for the office, a special lunch or evening out.
I fluffed around longer than normal trying to find the ‘right’ top with these leopard babies and this embellished Dotti cami was a no-brainer. It looks best paired with simple earrings. Although having said that, fashion is a bit of a mish mash at the moment with most rules out the window, so some stylists may throw caution to the wind and add a necklace and bold earrings.
I worked on a film set yesterday and had no idea who the lead male was but all the girls were going ga-ga over him. If you watched the television show Packed to the Rafters, which I didn’t, you’d be familiar with Ryan Corr, who played Coby Jennings in the show. He’s the lead in the film and it never ceases to amaze me how professional these actors are – despite the ridiculously long day and huge number of takes, the primping and preening, and the perfectionism involved with the lighting and camera angles.
The girls were melting in his presence but I was just happy to get home to my hot man and sneak a peek at my cherubs sleeping. The only other thing I was going ga-ga over were my Ugg boots and dressing gown!
“As the deer pants for streams of water, so my soul pants for you, my God. My soul thirsts for God, for the living God. When can I go and meet with God?” Psalm 42:1-2.