Pants – My Top 10

So here are my top pants of the Fall 2013 season, now all I need is to win the lottery so I can buy them all!

Diane von Furstenberg


The colour of this ensemble is phenomenal. I can not get over how much I love the pink! Sometimes all you need is a good pop of colour.

Paul & Joe

paul and joe

This whole collection is really great, and all of the pants look like they would be so comfortable to wear! I particularly like the fabric of this pair – the shiny gold colour makes them just a bit more dressy without having to change the cut.



I don’t know how practical these pants would be off the catwalk, but to be honest I don’t really care because the treatment of the fabric is so unique. Just beautiful.



These pants made the cut for two reasons – the amazing green colour and the fact that they are wide leg, leather pants! Genius!

Elie Saab

Elie Saab

I love Elie Saab, actually love him, the man is a genius when it comes to making gorgeous dresses. Apparently he is pretty good at pants too. The wide waist band panel on this pair is a really feminine touch and the colour is perfect for the season.

Paul Smith

paul smith

These pants are definitely a statement – amazing colour, great detail and a bit of shine to top it off. Perfect with a crisp white shirt and your best model attitude.

Prabal Gurung

prabal gurung

I’m not usually one for full on military dressing, but these pants are just pretty enough to pass muster. The striped panels are colourful enough to stand out without looking like you have patched them yourself.

Paul & Joe
paul and joe

Another offering from Paul & Joe Fall 2013. These pants kind of remind me of pyjamas – in a good way!



This is my pick for plaid pants this Fall. The check is both subdued and bright all at the same time thanks to the pop of blue through the pattern and the cut is a flattering straight leg. Perfect!

See by Chloe

see by chloe

Another pair of wide leg, slouchy pants to round off my top 10 – they just look so comfortable! And the pale blue colour would be a nice alternative to denim.

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