I love that the floral pattern is not all over the entire pants but only climbs up on the sides. For some, floral prints, especially on pants may seem a tad risky, but these pants provides the perfect amount of compromise.
When it comes to styling your floral pants go for a solid colored blouse, letting your pretty prints do all the fashion work for you. Here, I paired these floral pants with this olive colored lace blouse that was also thrifted from a Goodwill in San Diego for a mere $2. The color is a perfect match to the olive colors in the floral pattern on the pants ensuring a beautifully blended look.
Topping off the look is always some killer shoes. Here, I capitalized on the beautiful blue color in the floral pattern and went with these awesome Shoe Cult by Nasty Gal cobalt blue suede pumps. These pumps retail at $68. As you may already know, I did not pay close to that amount. I bought them for $17 from Buffalo Exchange. You know that feeling that occurs when you slip on a pair of shoes that fit you like a glove, and then, you look at the price! Yes, that is the satisfaction of a great thrifting experience.
Last but not least in topping off this outfit is this awesome blue clutch. I got this clutch from It’s A Wrap in Los Angeles. It’s A Wrap offers the general public the opportunity to purchase actual wardrobe and props from movie and TV sets, for sale in 2 huge retail stores, on their website and in auction. I visited the store a few months back with some other awesome thrifting divas and I walked away with some cool pieces at great prices. One such piece, is this cute blue clutch for $8.