Wide Floral Pants

Wide-legged, lightweight pants are a perfect match for hot days. They’re as comfortable as pajamas and more socially acceptable in the office.

floral pants

Tank: Target
Jacket: Betsey Johnson via thrifted
Pants: Terra Cotta
Shoes: Bamboo via Red Clover
Faux leather cuff: Trailer Park Gypsy
Necklace: eBay
Clutch: Crystalyn Kae

I got these floral palazzo pants on my recent trip to Georgia. I’d been looking for a pair of floral pants and these were perfect! In Savannah, men and women wear colorful clothes so I was inspired to be bright too. I like that I can pair these with orange, yellow, brown, green and even mint. They’re a perfect candidate for pattern mixing too. A striped or dotted T would be fun!

florals and denim

It’s practically impossible to see my sandals, but they’re a Savannah purchase too. I’ll make sure to show them off with shorts or a skirt soon. I was looking for a pair of brown or caramel faux leather flat sandals and lucky for me, I found them on my trip.

tropical flavor

I’m linking up to The Pleated PoppyTransatlantic Blonde and Fashion Informant for some group blogging action. Check out what everyone else is wearing.


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20 responses to “Wide Floral Pants

  1. Hey, I recognize those pants! They look great on you.

  2. These are great, I just found a pair new with tags from The Salvation Army Family Store for $7.99.

  3. I love these pants, the pattern is beautiful and the design is spectacular. I like the combination of colors, with the ocher shirt.

  4. I had a whole collection of these floral patterned pants in the 60s – FLOWER POWER – I was a flower child!! 😉

    They look comfy and stylish–way nicer than the girls in flannel P.J.s!!

  5. Florals are amazing. Love the colours you chose to pair with the pants. I adore the necklace also.

  6. Love the pants Jean – now that’s summer fun dressing!! Celeste 🙂

  7. i like the color design i make quilt block palazzo pants

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