Pretty Woman

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Cardigan – H&M // size xs // (super similar)
TankAmazon (gifted) // size xxs
ShortsRe/done // size 25
Boots – Isabel Marant // size 36fr // (also here & in suede)
Earrings – Dannijo // (vintage lovelies) (absolutely love these)

Did I accidentally dress like a hooker from Pretty Woman? Yes or No?

If you’ve been thinking of adding a pair of leather (or faux leather) shorts to your wardrobe, it’s a great time because, in my opinion, this current style iteration is really versatile. The combo of trouser details, high waist, long-ish inseam, and slight volume (thanks to wide leg openings and front pleats if you’re so inclined) hits a sweet spot that works for multiple age groups and personal styles, making these something that should be able to last in your wardrobe for a while.

I picked this pair up during the last sale season to replace an older pair that thanks to the passing ravages of time, no longer fit. I even sized up because I really love a good slouchy short, and I figured that will give me more time before I possibly outgrow this pair too. 😅

My tip: avoid paper bag waists…they’re too trendy and feel dated more often than they’re in style. The cleaner the silhouette, the better for versatility.

– Similar Real Leather Shorts –

The exact shorts are pretty much sold out (only two sizes left at time of writing this post), but these two options are super similar. I was looking for ones that ARE NOT paperbag waist (those feel a bit too trendy to me, and if I’m going to pay for real leather, I want them to feel more timeless) and have a trouser feel:


– Similar Faux Leather Shorts –

These faux leather versions are super similar to the pair I’m wearing, but at much more wallet-friendly prices. Once again, I was looking for ones that ARE NOT paperbag waist (those feel a bit too trendy) and have a trouser feel:


– Similar Cardigans –

The exact cardigan is sold out, but here are some super similar options in the same brown tiger (some brands call it zebra) print:

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