PVC trousers, studded boots and tassels… it may sound as if I went out of the house today looking like a Pulp Fiction wierdo. However, I hope that with this post will assure you that PVC trousers can worn reasonably tastefully without a camel toe in sight.
These trousers as a more stylish and daring version of comfortable leggins. They are great with any types of boots, especially shiny wellington boots when it rains, as they can tuck in to them and the rain simply bounces off them. They give any outfit an edge and give legs a slinky sexy rock chic edge that is streamlined and molded to the body. Leather and its sumptuous folds and creases could never be so smooth and light. They can be worn with large jumpers and coats and long t-shirts and still look fashionable.
Tassels have always been a scary area for me ever since my old boss bought the company secretary and I nipple tassels at the office Christmas Party held at Proud Burlesque Cabaret. However, setting aside the sleeze for a moment, I chose this jacket to wear with the trousers as I loved the contrast of the dull suede against the shiny plastic and the fringe just added more fuel to the “I am a lyrical and musical bad ass” fire, which is topped off with the studded boots.
Studs can look kitsch, but the details are black and so do not show up too much. Instead they create a shimmering wave effect across the whole lower foot area. The flap makes the foot thicker than the lower leg, making it look slimmer and it hides the laces and the otherwise skinny top withered part of the boot. A cashmere roll neck long sleeve thin jumper doesn’t take anything away from the jacket and the trousers and adds some elegance to these maverick pieces. Let me know what you think of the look 🙂
Suede Fringe Jacket – FOREVER 21 (sold out)
Faux Leather wet leggings – GUESS
Capelleti boots – ALDO
Cashmere roll neck jumper – MASSIMO DUTTI (sold out)
Sunglasses – TRUSSARDI