the prime motivation behind the purchase of these pants was the length of the inseam.
34 inches is hard to come by,
so at this point,
I'm willing to wear jeans printed with just about anything - just so long as they come long enough.
And this, my friends, is 'anything'.
I think "wallpaper" was the official description.
I'm getting something more along the lines of a splattered-paint-grungy-brocade print.
But because my fascination with patterned-pants has not yet died down,
I'm perfectly OK with the strangeness that is this design, even if it means that I'm more a work of camouflage than one of fashion.
Or a Rorschach inkblot test.
Oh yeah. I'm definitely an inkblot.
At some point, I realize that the impracticality of these multiple printed purchases will strike me much like the faulty logic behind my childhood full-wall puppy collage.
Cute, but weird.
|pants: BDG via UO, sweater: Target, hat: H&M, shoes: Author (very similar), ring: Karen London|
Until then, let's bask in the simplicity that is a patterned-pant ensemble.
Because getting dressed's pretty great when it involves the sole application of one no-fail item of adequate obnoxiousness.
And boy, do these pants qualify.