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Camilla and Marc Trousers ($390)
The last time I remember floral pants being this hype was in the early 90s, during that pre-Grunge 90210 era. Or maybe it was earlier, at the height of Molly Ringwald's career when she was in Pretty In Pink, which I roughly discovered around the same time as 90210. Anyhow, long story short, I'm all over the floral pant, whether it's in jean form, a trouser, or a roomy palazzo.
J Brand Floral Capri Skinny Jeans ($203)
Citizens of Humanity Mandy Floral Roll Up Jeans ($189)
Paige Denim Floral Ankle Jeans ($186)
Jeans can go either way: casual or dressy, although I'm partial to the black and white Citizens for their stark simplicity.
Alice + Olivia Arthur Pants ($242)
A.L.C Briggs Board Pants ($495
Diane von Furstenberg Leaves Pants ($345)
If you've been browsing street style blogs from fashion month, you would have noticed that a hefty number of people were sporting silk floral trousers. It's a trend continuing for fall (see J.Crew F/W 2012), and hopefully forever.
Elizabeth and James Floral Luxe Pajama Pants ($325)
Ellery Hazan Wide Leg Pants ($978)
Richard Chai Love Flare Floral Trousers ($448)
Love them or hate them, I think palazzos are a summer staple. The wider the better, and with a pair of very tall platforms. Floral pants = fancy pants.
Have you gotten a pair of floral pants yet?