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How To Style Cargo Pants Outfit Idea For Women like a PRO! | Trends

Today, I am sharing with you how to style cargo pants, Cargo pants are really trending lately they are kind of everywhere seen them all over Instagram, tick-tock, and Pinterest. Cargos offer a super versatile option and can be worn for everything from casual streetwear outfits to a dressy night-out ensemble, making them the perfect day-to-night staple for anyone trying to build a capsule wardrobe.  Cargo pants are back, personally, I am a huge fan of cargo pant resurgence because I love the 90s trend. The 90s and Y2k styles have been all over the internet over the last couple of years, but with them popping up everywhere … cargo pants are the key comeback piece you need to hop on to create the perfect cool girl aesthetic. Shop the above look here. Cargo pants have been one of the hottest pieces of clothing this season. They are probably the comfiest statement fashion trend I have seen and they are an absolute must-have in your wardrobe. From women's cargo pants outfits to men'


The slip dress the staple that can be worn all year long and in different lengths. In past seasons, it has resurfaced as a bedroom piece, a date-night go-to, and  a perfect stand-alone against the high summer heat, though  paired with the classic T-shirt-and-slip combination   And yes, you can give those plain white layering tees a rest as we head into chillier temperatures. For autumn, layer it with a leather jacket.  Turtleneck  looks just as good underneath a silk slip over a  shearling bomber jacket   equally chic for the winter months,   it’s a style that continues to endure and can be styled in different ways to make it sharply current for this year too. I used a pink silk for this   floor-length  DIY  slip dress  with a v neck , but you can choose your favorite color and length to make. What You Will Need: Silk fabric Needle and Thread Scissors Pins and tailor's chalk Sewing Machine How To: 1)  Decide on the length of the dress (with th


                                                                    Hello, Everyone!! I have this DIY inspired project by my previous post inspiration lace up,  here  thought I would love to share it with you, take a simple oversized shirt and turn it into a  lace-up shirt.A simple project that only takes a few moments, but completely changes the look of something you already own.If you haven’t noticed lately lacing has been everywhere from shirt to skirt to shoes though I love the whole trend.This is the one of the ways to add lacing detail to your shirt /dress /shoes /whatever, and it wasn’t too hard either. You need: ·         An oversized shirt (borrowed it from boys) ·         Rings /Eyelet ·         Ribbon/cord ·         Needle and thread  How to: 1.Take the shirt, Fold diagonally or make a dart from 1/3 rd of the armhole.From the armhole leave 6 or 10 inches, depend on you (you can also measure yourself from the shoulder and mark the shirt from whe