I’ve seen gold skinny jeans around for a while, but only designer labels at full price. I have a hard time parting with my money for a trend. So when I saw these pants on sale for $11 in the Target clearance rack, I grabbed them and didn’t think about it twice.
I paired them with a cranberry top and brown faux-suede booties. The giraffe-print scarf is a favorite of mine and doesn’t get a lot of exposure, so I wore it too–especially since I had plenty of textures but no patterns in this outfit.
I wore a denim trench to dress down the disco nature of the pants and make them appropriate for daytime (and casual evening events). On this particular day, I went out with my mom and a few of my friends. The gold pants were a neat alternative to blue jeans, but are just as comfortable.
Jacket: Labels consignment
Top: Take Two consignment
Scarf: Tasha’s Accessories
Boots: Crossroads Trading Company
Clutch: Vamp Bags
While I was taking a picture of an ivy-covered tree, my mom was taking my picture.
Here’s the shot I took. Seattle, with all the rain and clouds, is the perfect environment for moss. People hate it when moss grows on their roofs and lawns, but the color sure is pretty.
6 responses to “Golden Pants with Denim and Cranberry”
I’m a fellow Seattleite who just discovered your blog. Great blog. Love the style. I’m also a fanatic thrift store shopper. Competitive market in this city though. So many thrifty chic women here!
Glad you found me! Thrifting seems to be popular around here and the deals aren’t as sweet as other parts of the country. But I enjoy the thrill of the hunt!
I want these pants!! You look great!!
Thanks Shannon! You might still be able to find a pair 🙂
What a fantastic backdrop you discovered for this photo-shoot! Love how you combine denim with dressy gold pants. Great outfit and clutch!
Sadly the leaves got blown away by the city but it’;s still a nice, secluded spot. The clutch is vegan and made in Colorado.