When it comes to casual wear, we always hear and rave about our all time fave, the mighty jeans. Yes, I do love denim pants as much as the next woman, but come on! I do believe there’s more to wearing pants casually than just donning jeans. As you may have already guessed from the title, this is about how to wear slacks (or trousers, as other might call them) in style. Some of you might think that these types of pants are just for formal or business wear but nope. You can actually rock them casually. You know, when you’re just out with your friends or when you’re shopping? How? Well, that’s what I’m here for! Lol! Anyways, If you want to look sleeker than usual in casual wear, try on slacks (or trousers) for size! Here are some ways you can wear these versatile pants in style:
Sneakers are essential in street fashion. Aside from it being one of the most comfy shoes, sneakers can actually boost your street style capabilities. In fact, many model off-duty trailblazers, from Kendall to Blake Lively, sported sneakers several times to show off their street style skills. That’s why when it comes to street fashion, a variation in your sneaker collection is definitely essential.
So late last night, as I was about to hit the sack, I got a text from my BFF, Felicity. Because Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, we got to chatting about the big day. But it turns out, one of the closest friends in the whole world hated V-day. Why? Well, according to her, “FIGURING OUT WHAT TO GET FOR YOUR BOYFRIEND IS JUST IMPOSSIBLE!!!” Yup, this is verbatim—all caps and all! Lol!
We all certainly love those killer stilettos. And why not, high heels have long been a symbol of sophistication. Honestly, if I can, I would rock them everywhere and everyday. But the thing is, I can’t. You see, killer stilettos may be glam, but they’re also a killer when it comes to our health. How? Well, wearing high heels too much can cause a simple damaged toe nails to a much serious muscle pain and spasms. Even if you’re not feeling anything yet, you could easily develop bone deformities and other problems such as bunions and osteoarthritis. Scary, right? That’s why many women (including myself) bring an extra shoe to work as a backup in case our feet hurt. And that “backup shoe” is usually the simple but very comfy flats.