Day 51 - Wardrobe Edit: Bottoms
I've never been a person who bought loads of bottoms. I tend to find a few pairs of versatile trousers that I can wear with anything, and wear them until they are threadbare. So my edit here wasn't too difficult, as I didn't own a lot to begin with.
I used to own multiple pairs of boyfriend-y jeans, until I bought the Rag & Bone ones pictured below, which made all the others obsolete.
The two pairs of skinny jeans may seem similar, but the Madewell ones are more of a straight skinny fit, whereas the Hiut ones fit more like leggings. The black cigarette crop pants speak for themselves, since they go with literally everything.
I had actually forgotten that I had the chinos, but kept them in the mix, since they can make my tops feel more casual and my tees feel more dressed up.
I also kept my one pair of high-waisted black trousers, since they are good for work, or for pairing with a heel and sexy blouse for date night.
Not pictured here: shorts. I left all of these in New York because I didn't feel comfortable wearing them in India. These I will edit and add to the archive once I return to the states.
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