Chevron Chic

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Top: Cotton On  (similar here)| Bottom: Nordstrom Rack (similar here)| Shoes: Steve Madden (similar here)| Clutch: Coach (similar here)

Every time I see Chevron anything, my inner white girl comes out. Not that Chevron prints are just for white girls but I see Chevron a lot more on the Southern girls I follow! When I saw these pants I automatically grabbed them off the rack. There is just something about this print that is so appealing to the eyes, for me at least. With such a versatile black and white scheme, I already knew that this was going to be a statement piece that I could use multiple times. Black and white looks are hands down my favorite (after full on black of course). There's just something about these two colors that makes me feel so classy and mature.

This outfit can be used for many different occasions. I wore this to brunch but the great thing about this look is that you can downplay it to make it a little more casual or spice it up to make it dressier. Because I wanted a dressier look I went with a classic white Peasant Top with lace detailing on the sleeves and a cute little ribbon on the neckline to finish off the look. If you want to make it more casual you could wear a less dressier top. With the Chevron being such a big statement, you want a top to be something a little more muted so that the focus is on your cute pants! For my shoes, I decided to dress it up and wear my Suede pointed toe heels from Steve Madden. These heels are seriously my go-to when I want to make any look classier. My accessories were a little more muted as I wanted the focus to be my pants. I wore gold bangles, one with pearls and 3 minimalist midi rings. I decided against a necklace because my neckline already had a cute little bow! Lastly, to top off my entire look I paired it with my Coach envelope clutch.

Till next time, Xo Paula