Ahoy! Sailor

Ok, so this is the first time in a long time that I’ve decided to rock such wide leg trousers – mainly
because I’m so bottom heavy that I feel that the only thing I can wear that will be figure flattering
is skinny jeans or jeggings!! What I learnt? if you find the right pair of wide leg trousers to
suit your body type – it can not only work but even surprise you. I found these Flare Bottom Culottes and
the flare at the bottom kind of balanced out the volume of my unnecessarily wide
hips and butt. I teamed it with the Modes.t Hamptons shirt, because although wide leg trousers
are difficult to wear with long tops, this hi-lo dovetail style shirt was the best compromise I could
hope find without drowning in material. It covered by problem area (my derriere ) whilst  showing off the fitted
nature of the top of the culottes.

Pinstripe and Navy – although perfect for a professional environment – can look a
little dull and drab, so to overcome this, I chose a bright but classic Haus Of Hijab nautical scarf to
complete the outfit. And the shoes? well considering I have yet to find the perfect navy shoe (believe
me I’ve been searching for years trying to find the right one to no array) I chose a classic ankle strap court
shoe that I got from New Look, even though its not part of the overall colour scheme – it works.

And even if you’re not too keen on this entire outfit, if there’s anything you can take from this post is this:
you can update your office wardrobe with the right bold scarf – it is literally the key to brightening up your
blacks, greys, whites and navys. Don’t be afraid to wear a statement scarf – it will transform your whole

Full Outfit details at the end.

Shop the Look

1. Sarya Scarf by Haus of Hijab
2. Hamptons Shirt by Modes.t
3. Flare Culottes by Topshop
4. Ankle Strap Two Colour Courts By New Look


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