Why I Love Ponte Pants and 5 Ways to Wear Them.
I’m still wearing my Ponte Pants because Spring has been slow to arrive in WA. But I’ll probably go on wearing them at least until summer strikes with her iron-clad hand. Here are 5 different ways to wear ponte pants.
I seriously love them. Since I returned from the world cruise they’ve been my go-to garment of choice because they’re so versatile.
You can dress them up or dress them down – hide a less than flat tummy, wear something baggy over them to hide your ass too if you like, and maybe even pop on a scarf too.
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5 Ways to wear Ponte Pants
- With a baggy t-shirt that covers your bum, preferably something fitted and flared as above.
- With a fitted t-shirt, over which you wear a long cardigan.
- With a pretty floaty kaftan top.
- With a longish collared shirt and a belt slung low.
- With a lovely winter sweater that covers your tum and bum.
And of course you can wear them with sneakers, like FRANKiE4’s in the photo above, or with boots as below if the weather is cooler.
Today was a no make up day, bar for a bit of blusher and some lippy. So I threw on my Millers ponte pants with a last-year’s T from Cotton On, a pair of very old boots, a $15 necklace I bought on a Princess Cruises world cruise in a sale, and my Panama hat – yes the one I bought in Equador 🙂 The total look would come in well under $100.
Here’s how it all strung together.
Then, because I was getting a bit cold, I layered on a wild animal print sweater that I bought last year in England.
Time for a glass of wine don’t you think?
If you’d like to get the look or buy some ponte pants, check out Millers below – I’ve had two pairs from Millers, and loved them.
Or if you’re not in Australia check out the great selection of ponte pants available on Amazon.
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Do you wear Ponte Pants? What do you wear with them?