I'm kind of a believer that some trends can still work on older people, given the right pairings. So, if you're not 20-something and want to wear those pants (which are super cute, btw), I'd wear them with a longer flowy neutral colored simple top and some neutral colored flats. The key is to have only one item that really pops and is form fitting. I'm 41 and would totally rock those pants if I felt think enough. For me, the issue is that I'm a pear shape so I like to wear pants that have a boot cut. No matter how much I enjoy a trend, I always have to analyze how it would fit my body. Based on your photo, I think you could wear those now! You might try an espadrille in a tan color and a longer flowing white top. Go for it!
I would like to be thin enough to wear white jeans. I feel like I'm almost there but just haven't found the perfect pair. I know it sounds strange but I just feel like they'll fit me best when I hit my goal in 2 or 3 lbs.
First goal: under 180:
Second goal: 175 or below:
Third goal: 168 (no longer overweight):
Fourth goal: 160 or below:
Final goal: 145-155 (not sure if this will ever happen):
I would totally wear them, lovemydoggies! And you, LM - try them with the floaty top and some heals - would look great! Sadly I'm in my mid 40's and not that thin yet either so will give them a miss and aim for the white jeans for summer. Now THAT would be fab as I've always wanted some!
I want to be thin enough to chase after my neices and nephew, play with outside without getting winded. I want to not feel like eyes are on me at the gym. I want to go to Great America and not have to worry if I will fit in the rides.
And.......wear anything and everything from Gilly Hicks. But of course the prev mentioned stuff is more important.
I have weird tastes and don't like most fashionable/trendy stuff. I want to be thin enough to get into the clothes I already have! I bought a bunch of cute dresses last spring, to wear in the summer, then I got back with my ex, got lazy, and put 30 lbs back on and couldnt wear any of them