Thursday Threads | Who Wears the SOFT Pant?!

It’s Thursday vodka lovers and that means new threads!

I have a confession to make. Ever since Valery posted her obsession with the soft pant, I’ve purchased not one but TWO pairs. They are seriously the best thing ever that has changed my life. Not only can you wear them in casual situations (check out Valery’s look), but they can easily be dressed up with a fancy blouse and heels.

Today we’re going to focus on a similar look to Valery’s casual look!

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Women’s Favorite V-Tee, Merona (Exact) | Women’s Printed Soft Pant, Old Navy (Exact) | Women’s Lavinia Slide Sandals, Mossimo Supply Co. (Exact)

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Jewelry & Clutch || Baublebar – Necklace, Cleobella – Clutch, and Riff Raff – Live Lokai Bead Bracelet and Metallic Earrings

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After a long day, I needed comfort and this outfit delivered. I had spent most of my day at the Blogger 2 Boss conference and was heading over to a friend’s house to watch the fight. I knew I didn’t want to be tied down to jeans, so these pants were the perfect decision. The shirt that I paired the pants with is a simple black v neck that can be found anywhere, but Target has some of the soft tees. I’ve own this for at least a good 2 years now.

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Photos : Stephanie Drenka Photography

When it came to accessories, I really jazzed this outfit up. Not sure why, but it just made me feel like a girl wearing all the fun stuff in my jewelry box. So I ditched the purse for the clutch, and tossed on the funkiest pieces in my jewelry box. The cuff seen in these photos was actually made by one of my talent craft exchange buddies and I found my earring and Live Lokai bracelet at Riff Raff Dallas. As for that Baublebar necklace, our host for the link up kindly gifted me that for my birthday! She is the accessory queen!

I’ve been living in my soft pants, so don’t be surprised if they become infamous.

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  • Reply Valery Brennan

    Yessss I loved this look so much! The accessories really took it over the top!

    Pajama chic….can we make that a thing now? haha

    May 14, 2015 at 9:38 am
  • Reply Clare @ Understated Classics

    Pants that feel like pjs but serve a stylish purpose? Yes please! Something tells me I may never ever take those off!

    Clare | Understated Classics

    May 14, 2015 at 9:54 am
  • Reply Heather

    Those pants have everything I love: comfort and cute prints! I’m always so in love with your style Sevi!

    May 14, 2015 at 11:58 am
  • Reply Elle Spann

    You’re so cute and you rock them! I love this trend. I wish I could rock joggers(the other soft pant;) ) but I just feel like a poser when I try them on!

    Southern Elle Style

    May 14, 2015 at 2:10 pm
  • Reply Whitney

    We’ve been buying soft pants for work…but I hadn’t ventured into them until a few weeks ago. I want to wear them EVERY DAY. Yours looks super cute 🙂

    May 14, 2015 at 2:16 pm
  • Reply Denise

    I have a confession as well. When Valery posted that, I was at Ross the next day toting 6 soft pants to the fitting room hahaha! I didn’t quite find one that fit me well (they were all either too big or too small, I was at a sketchy, low-stocked Ross) but I’m excited to hit up Old Navy! They have some exciting prints (I got my eye on their printed shorts, too!) and that pair you’re sporting is super cute. Also, you have such a winning smile!!!

    May 15, 2015 at 9:08 pm
  • Reply Fall Fashion Must Haves | Ware is the Vodka?!?

    […] still pretty obsessed with my soft pants, but with the cooler weather arriving I need more comfortable alternatives to wear to work. […]

    November 3, 2015 at 12:04 am
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