Bold Bottoms

Bold bottoms are one of the hottest trends for spring. With summer quickly knocking on our doors, we don’t see this style slowing down anytime soon. Here are some ways you can rock these during day-to-day activities – whether you’re shopping, working or grabbing a bite to eat. For a night out on the town, switch it up by pairing them with neutral classic pieces.

The Coloured Jean

When it comes to bold bottoms, coloured jeans are the go-to option. From pastels to brights, the variety in colours gives a twist to the classic pair of jeans.

Jeans: Urban Outfitters

Jeans: Citizens of Humanity.

How To Wear It:

• Pair bold opaque bottoms with a striped tee or sweater

• Contrast bold colour with a lace or silk top

• Dress up with a netrak or brown heel

• If opting for pastel jeans (i.e. pink, mauve, baby blue), pair with a bold top in a darker shade of the same colour, or contrast with something edgy like a leather jacket or blazer

• Keep it casual with a neutral top-sider or boot

• Pair yellow with: navy, cream, black, turquoise, and lilac • Pair red with: navy, cream, grey, sea-foam green, sky blue, and brown

Tip: To maintain the vibrant colour, always wash in cold water

Pair Yellow With: navy, cream, black, turquoise, lilac Pair Red With: navy, cream, grey, sea-foam green, sky blue, brown

Tip: To maintain the vibrant colour, always wash in cold water

The Printed Pant

If jeans aren’t your preferred choice for the summer, you can opt for a printed pant for a chic and comfortable look.

Pant: Zara

How To Wear It:

• Keep things simple and neutral on top

• Contrast with loose fitting knits

• Dress up or down with heels and boots, likewise with a cozy sweater or feminine blouse

• Pair with a cropped tank for day and silk blazer or cashmere sweater at night

Tip: Try playing up this years’ pastel trend by pairing a grey/brown leopard print with a soft pastels of blue, pink or beige


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