Yes, you can rock the slouchy jodhpur. O brave fashionista, be not afraid...because this new exotic piece can really spice up your wardrobe! Through a series of clever multitasking maneuvers, this item can magically transform your boring buttondown into something racier, go more caszh with a funky graphic tee and bold accessories, rock out Carine Roitfeld-style with edgy gladiator stilettos and a stripey French girl cardi, or play the off-duty fairytale princess in an eyecatching embroidered tunic and those flat fringed sandals you've been looking for an excuse to buy this spring. In this episode of "How to Wear Harem Pants Like You Mean It," a graphic white & black drapey top plays up the spicy feel of the pant, while the jangly charm bracelet and brightly colored bag - here in fuschia (although you could try lipstick red, gemstone green, cobalt blue, or even taxicab yellow) - keeps the feeling fun and fab.
The trick to the dhoti is this: if you remember it's really less like a pant and essentially more like a skirt, we guarantee you'll come up with another gazillion ways of your very own to wear it.
Where to get this look:
Oliver Peoples "Talya" sunglasses
La Perla "Timeless" padded bra
Dior DiorShow Mascara in "Plum 878" (available at Nordstrom.com)
Chanel Rouge Hydrabase Creme lipstick (available at Nordstrom.com)
the Marc by Marc Jacobs "Miss Marc Heritage" charm bracelet (above) is completely sold out, so we recommend instead the Lucky Brand "Stranded Flex Bracelet" (left)
- Text by Lesley Scott
- Styling by Karine Minzon Wilson, Online Market Editor
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