All about the PantMarch 28, 2017 / byAnh / Categories : Feeds
Good morning and happy Tuesday! Sharing my love for trousers today, the working woman’s must-have. I recently picked up three pairs at Ann Taylor and I’m loving their fit and fabric choices for spring. My three? The ankle pant (like I’m wearing here), the trouser (also very now with flats and a sweater for an easy, slouchy weekend look!), and the wide leg cropped pant (another work to weekend style). What’s your go-to pant?
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