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Date & time Oct 13 '17
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so Dress Pants Oh So Fabulous

Leave pant legs in tact and let your tailor cut and fit them on you. An experienced seamstress or tailor will be able to take enough of the leg off and pin it at various lengths to give you an idea of how they will fall on your leg. (Savvy City Girl 101 you must have a seamstress or tailor whom you trust, who has reasonable prices and who hears you. If you knock off van cleef & arpels butterfly ring don't have one, start auditioning them today!)

If you can wear dress shorts to work, consider a longer short. You'll be surprised at how often you'll go for shorts over pants or a skirt when the weather warms up. That's because there is something understated and sexy about dress shorts. And they stay in place while showing a little leg.

Micro shorts look amazing on tone legs, so if you've been working out regularly, consider being a little daring with the length. Don't worry, you won't be alone for S/S 2010 short short is everywhere!

Dress them up. Blazers, heels, lace, ruffles, sequence dress shorts are the opposite of casual. And they work wonderfully for day to night looks.

Dress shorts have been here for awhile, with tweaks being added each season. But it doesn't look knock off van cleef and arpels perlee ring price like this trend is on its way out. This look will take you into F/W 2010 when paired with opaque tights or leggings.

Be sure to incorporate the 2010 bow trend by adding a wide satin belt tied into a chunky bow.

Works best with all styles of dress pants.

This is the easiest day to evening look to get you from the office to a cocktail party. Just tuck the ribbons into your handbag and tie up those ankles before heading out.

Military inspired, Asian fusion or ruffled prints are just a few of the many styles that will work with this look.

Borrow from Gucci runway S/S 2010 and use your ankle tie or strap shoes to tie down those pant legs.

Worried about your ties coming loose? They should stay in place as long as you aren't dancing the night away or running a marathon. Still not sure? A simple stitch by your tailor or a safety pin will keep them in place for SCGs on the move.

Works best with straight leg pants that fall at the ankle, wide leg pants that fall below the ankle, and adds a nice twist to tuxedo pants.

3) Turn So So Dress Pants Into Hip Ankle Drawstrings

Adding a cinching drawstring to the bottom hem of dress pants gives an unexpected casual feel to these fashion workhorses. The ankle tie pant was all over the S/S 10 and F/W 10 runways shown by designers from Jean Paul Gaultier to Calvin Klein. And there's an oh so easy way to convert so so to fabulous with a few simple steps.

(Check out the following runway looks: Preen S/S 2010; Calvin Klein S/S 2010; Vanessa Bruno S/S 2010; Missoni S/S 2010; Y 3 F/W 2010; United Bamboo F/W 2010; Jean Paul Gaultier F/W 2010)

Here's how to convert your pants into ankle drawstring pants:

Wear now with flats, flip/flops or open toe pumps. This look will tuck into your ankle or mid calf boots for F/W 2010 leaving a nice billow above the boot.

Pair this casual pant look with an ultra feminine and flirty top (think soft silks and ruffles). Add a biker knock off van cleef and arpels between the finger ring jacket or cashmere cardi for F/W 2010.

Tired of the look? Remove the ribbon and you're pants are back to their original style!

Not sure you want to try this at home? Your tailor can do this for you for pennies.

Works best with: straight leg pants that fall right at the ankle, cargo pants, full leg pants and below the knee cropped pants. Avoid trying with flare leg pants.

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