My everyday style is casual, classic, and often includes neutrals. However, once in a while, I like to acquire a true standout piece. When I attended the blogger meet-up at Trina Turk in Burlingame in March, I not only bought the Trina Turk Accomplice Top but also some “loud” pants.
I had done some research before going and knew I very much liked the wide legged pants that are part of the current swim line. My favorites are the Trina Turk Moroccan Medallion Roll Top pants, the Trina Turk Shangri La pants, and the Trina Turk Montezuma pants.
I liked them all but ended up choosing the Trina Turk Montezuma pants
because they were long enough (unfortunately, the others were just a bit too short). I’m glad I picked them though as the turquoise in the pants matches one of my bathing suits perfect. And the more I look at the colorful print, the more I like it! I took the pants with me on our trip to the California Central Coast. But, unfortunately, it was just a bit too cold to hang out at the pool.
While I originally had only intended to wear the pants around the pool and on vacation, I decided to give them a try in everyday life during a casual weekend outing as I realized that they are really very much like the pajama-style pants that are currently popular. The pants are definitely “loud,” and I feel a bit out of my element, but I like them and they make me feel alive.
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