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Harem Pants and Turban

 
 Pants and earrings Forever 21, top Zara, heels Gucci, clutch old gift, sunglasses Aldo, turban/headband Ardene, large silver ring and bracelets Aldo, black/silver large ring old unknown, spike ring Ebay, watch Michael Kors
 
How do you dress up but still feel like you are in your pyjamas? For me it's harem pants. The comfort of your pyjamas in pants that will not get you any weird looks from people on the street. Well, unless you come across my dad, who makes sure to say every time when he sees me in this type of a pant, that I forgot to change from my p-jays when I got up in the morning :-). I don't really like to pair them with flats because they then look too casual for my liking. I always wear them with heels or boots (as you have seen me wear here). I love mixing prints too so I chose to wear this stripped t-shirt and leopard print clutch. As for the turban inspired hair band I usually wear it when I am having a bad hair day, and this summer there seems to be a lot of those for me :). Thank you for your comments. Ciao!
Aleksandra <3
 
 
 
 
 
  
 
 
 
 
 


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  1. nice outfit, I like the shoes :)

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  2. cool fit, and i always wanted to try harlem pants but could never figure out how to style them. this post has given me some inspiration. thanks for sharing. lovely blog as well, perhaps we could keep in touch and follow each other on GFC and Bloglovin'? please feel free to check out my blog and let me know if you'd like to.

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    http://1finedai.blogspot.com/

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    1. Thank you for your comment. Sure we can follow eachother :)

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  3. estás guapísima! un besazo! te espero en mi blog! pasate!

    www.shoesandbasics.com

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  4. i can't keep up with how fast you put them up :)

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