Le Pop

Tuesday, August 09, 2011
I'm totally obsessed with these fake-out pants that I wore them again! But I didn't hem them. Maybe later. I guess I'll just have to have stumpy(er) legs for a little while longer. It's okay - I'm used to it. For this look I went with navy and camel. Isn't that a classic color combo?? I don't know. It looked good in my head. I added a blingin' necklace to imitate the crew neckline of my t-shirt because it looked boring by itself. And I don't do boring. I do simple, which borders boring.

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I popped the button in the back of my pants at work the day I wore this!! (A girl's gotta eat!!!) It was very uneventful. It happened while I was buttoning my pants to get up from my desk because I had unbuttoned it after eating lunch. It didn't hit anybody in the eye or pop into anyone's food. I wish. Then this story would have been worth it!! Now I just wasted five minutes of your day. You're welcome.

I'm wearing a Gap dress I snipped into a top ($8), JCPenney necklace (free), vintage gaucho pants ($6), and JCPenney beige pumps (free) with a vintage bag ($15).

36 comments :

  1. Love that color combo!  Sorry to hear about your button, but I still dug the story.  

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  2. I LOVE those pants!! I think they look good at the length they are right now.  

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  3. Very classic combo.  And my goodness!  Those pants are the best pants EVER!  I think I said that last time you wore them, but really.  They're that amazing.  

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  4. It looks perfect with navy. And oh, I split my butt seam in my pants one time too... so yeah.

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  5. hahahaaaa!  I love that you unbuttoned your pants after lunch and then re-buttoned them to get up.  It makes the story. 

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  6. Truthfully you don't look short(er) at all. Something about the length of the skirt is very flattering.

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  7. I don't think they need the hem, I think you look great, ha ha I actually giggle a little so they were not minutes waisted, like the color mix a lot!


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  8. love the necklace! i can't believe those are gaucho pants - i thought it was for sure a skirt! very cute :)

    xo jeanette

    www.simplychicforcheap.wordpress.com

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  9. Those gaucho pants is amazing, loving the color too! I wish I could find myself one of those too! Your looking great Elaine! - Mar


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  10. Great gauchos!

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  11. Haha! The button made me laugh. Cute outfit!

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  12. Those pants/shorts/I don't even know are AMAZING. I'm so jealous.

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  13. i'm so adoring camel paired with a bold color.  and i love the tea length of the pants...it totally looks like a pleated skirt.  great outfit!

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  14. Love the colour combo! And I know I said it before, but I really like how the pants fit you.

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  15. These are pants?! Wtf. Looks like a skirt. So beautiful. This is a classic colour combo, you look very trendy while still maintaining a classical chic. <3

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  16. those pants are awesome and i love the color paired with the blue top...your button story is hilarious, sounds like me when i eat too much! :P

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  17. still amazed that this is not a skirt!!!!

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    guildedsecret

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  18. I really need to find some similar pants, they're ingenious! And perfect for autumn and winter too, to wear with high heeled boots.

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  19. Cute outfit! Loving these colors together - so pretty!

    I have never popped a button at work. I have, however, split a pair of pants right down the back. Talk about embarassing... I was wearing underwear with insignificant bum coverage. Luckily, I was working at Victoria's Secret at the time, and there were a whole plethora of stores I could run to to solve the situation.

    As long as I wore my hoodie tied around my waist (style fail).

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  20. You look amazing.  Love the colors and love love your skirt.  Hair looks great, too.  
    I'll sign up for simple, not boring please...speaking of which, hopefully what I achieved with my wedding dress.  Let me know what you think...

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  21. Love your necklace

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  22. 1. dont hem the skants (skirt-pants)!   the length is gorge. i love.

    2. i really respect the button-popping whist sitting at your desk.  im a fan of the belt-notch-loosening.

    cat

    www.catgotdressed.blogspot.com

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  23. Woman, you do not look stumpy! You look lovely and ladylike. So shush. I really like the deep blue of the top.

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  24. I agree, I don't think your legs look stumpy at all.  Plus, I think it's nice to have skirts of varying lengths (or fake-out pants) for variety's sake. :)

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  25. It's almost unbelievable how obsessed I am with those PANTS!  The color combo is just fab as well.

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  26. Haha, I just totally loled at work! I unbotton my pants after lunch all the time too! Only you can make make these "skants" (as Cat called them) look so chic!

      Lidi @ Eclectic Flair

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  27. I love gaucho pants! Camel and navy pair together beautifully, something about the two colors look classic. Your necklace inspires me to dig out my own!

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  28. I love your gaucho pants! I love that they are coming back "in" lately. They're so comfortable AND flattering (which is hard to find)

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  29. HAHAHAH Whatever, your button story was still funny. I love that you unbuttoned your pants after eating. Awesome.

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  30. I actually quite like that length on you. Not stumpifying at all! And such a nice color combo too.

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  31. I love the color combination. I need to invest in a fake out pants like those. It's one of those versatile pieces that can go anywhere with just about anything.

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  32. Loving these "skants", they look so great on you. Camel and Navy are so classic.

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  33. I wish I had a cool pair of pants like those! It would be perfect since I don't really like wearing skirts =P

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  34. Those pants are absolutely fabulous!
    -Meaganhttp://spunkychateau.blogspot.com

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