TROUSERS AND SCARVES

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Scarf: Pucci (Similar), Top: Sandro, Pants: Sandro , Heels: Pour La Victoire, Photography: Carl Raether

A few weeks ago I noticed the majority of my wardrobe reflected sundresses and skirts. With warmer temperatures in LA it’s easy to buy spring and summer clothing year-around neglecting trousers, scarves and cooler accessories that I’ve recently needed for all of my travels. Now that I’m on the hunt for more pants I want every pair I see. Sandro is my favorite brand (as you’ve probably noticed on my Instagram feed). I love their clothing and how it fits on me. It can be pricey if you want the entire collection like I do, but if you catch the online or in-store deals when they go on sale you can snag a pair of pants for $150-$200.00 If that exceeds your budget the best advice I can offer you is you get what you pay for. Their clothing lasts forever. Sandro is worth the investment. Paying for quality is the difference of having to constantly replace cheaply made items you love. Truthfully, I splurge on things I love and spare on trends that I will grow out of. As for current spring trends I didn’t purchase these pants necessarily to blog about, and this Pucci scarf I actually bought in 2003 (goes to show how classic and durable it is), but I’m in love with both and had to share them. They are two pieces that will never go out of style and work for multiple seasons. I’m embracing change in my wardrobe with pants, scarves and as you’ve heard me say repeatedly, color. There is a comfortable sexiness and confidence in pants. If you have a favorite designer or pair of pants you love I would love to hear your recommendations. Now time to retire some of my dresses and invest in more trousers for spring.

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is the CEO of www.monikafreeman.com. She also works as a Creative Director, Writer, Brand Strategist and Fashion Editor.

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