....Plus my new Freddies of Pinewood jeans arrived so I've got pants on the brain!
First off is Jessica from Chronically Vintage. This darling ensemble is reminiscent of a 50s casual look. I love most of her pieces are modern! Just goes to show what you can do with the right cut of clothing and a cute hair do!
This is another cute look from Jessica. Overalls were a staple for gals on the farm and British Land Girls. I love that she paired it with a bright plaid shirt to bring attention to her face.
As a busy mom of two, Brittany of Va-Voom vintage knows how practical trousers can be! Cute but comfortable shoes and a hand knit cardigan top off these lovely 40s style trousers by Hey Day.
New-to-me blogger Emma of The Fiercest Lilliputain brings a western vibe to her outfit with a plaid shirt but adds a bit of class and sexiness with those fabulous red heals!
Tasha of By Gum By Golly looks great in these great 40s pants made from Simplicity 3688. I've heard rave reviews of this pattern and Tasha's pair makes me want to make some right now!
The lovely Solanah of Vixen Vintage looks amazing in these 50s gold pants especially with her pink and teal Christmas tree. *sigh* I wish I could get away with such fabulous things!
And here she is again in a more casual look featuring 1930s trousers she made and a great mustard cardigan.
Last, but not least, is Lauren of Wearing History in a blouse made from her Smooth Sailing pattern. So casual yet chic! I made a pair of these pants way back in 2011 at a point in my sewing career when I had no business making pants plus I've lost 40 or so pounds since then. I really want to give this pattern another go this year!
Do you rock a retro pant or are you more of a skirt kind of a gal? If you have a favorite pant outfit, please leave a link to your blog or post it to my facebook page! I'd love to do another post with all of your pant loveliness!