Who Is Wearing The Pants Joseph ?Fashion
Wide-legged Joseph trousers – My Big Girl Pants
These Joseph wide-legged trousers are the high-rise flared sort that instantly make your legs look longer and your waist thinner.
The sort that say – I’m the boss and what I say goes.
Best worn in my humble opinion with a knit that you can tuck in, even if it’s just that little bit at the front.
The high-rise flared fit defines the waist and makes all portions work seamlessly together.
These Wide-legged Joseph trousers, look extremely smart casual worn with crisp white trainers or, if you are a little on the average/petite side then boots with a heel is a good combo with their cropped finish.
SHOP THE POST
I’ve included a few crisp white options in my Shop The Post section.
White accessories are refreshing this time of year and add a little crispness to a dark ensemble.
When our closets tend to be dominated by cosy greys, and blacks, it’s a good idea to have a pop of colour or white, when it comes down to the accessories game.
Up close these wide-legged Joseph trousers have a gorgeous tweedy blue and red check mixed with greys and blacks.
Easily accessorised with whites and Off you go into the big bad world in your big girls pants.
My Chiltern long mirror
On a different note – I need to explain about this mirror – as some people on Instagram have been enquiring about its origins.
This is The Chiltern mirror from The White Company and it has been a wonderful addition to our bedroom.
Before this little investment, I was standing on my tip toes trying to get an idea of what my outfit looked like in its entirety, in a much smaller mirror in the loo.
To achieve its beautiful finish, the steel is oiled and then burnt at 600°. What’s more, there are no visible welding joins meaning it has a smooth and considered finish. Available also as a wall mirror, we think they make the perfect addition to your bedroom, living room or hallway.
This piece will be delivered assembled – so you don’t have to worry. Just pity the poor guy that has to lift this up the stairs.