How to wear knit pants

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For everyone that knows me personally or that has been following my blog for the past year, you would know by now how obsessed I am with neutrals and classic colours. Although fun and colourful patters are always a source of attraction, I almost always find myself being the most content with a classic neutral coloured outfit.

I purchased these knit cropped pants from Zara when I was in Milan last month. As soon as I saw them I knew exactly what I would be wearing them with.

For this specific outfit I decided to pair the pants with a classic white button down shirt, a long vest, simple black patent Chanel loafers and of course my Chanel Boy Bag.

I decided to go for a classic white shirt to dress the pants up a bit. The problem with knit is that if you do not pair it up with something classic you can really risk looking very dressed down. With a classic white shirt and silk black vest I was able to give the pants a bit of an upgrade.

I would almost always wear knit pants during the day unless I was going out for something extremely casual at night. In that case I would substitute my flats with a pair of classic pumps just to give that bit of a push the outfit might need.

If you have purchased knit pants for Winter 2014, do not throw them out just yet! Looks like knitwear is big this Winter 2015 as well. My favourite knit combination is definitely leather. Keep that in mind next time your looking for what to pair those knit pants with.

Total look details:

Shirt – Elisabetta Franchi

Vest – Zara

Pants – Zara

Shoes – Chanel

Bag – Chanel

Sunglasses – Celine

Xxx

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