We love being feminine, and being the girly girls we are, we can greatly appreciate a good skirt or dress.
However, there’s nothing sexier than a woman who can carry off a good pair of trousers, the more masculine the better. Pants can be elegant and dressy in a very cool, non-obvious way.
What better way to display our pants than with an architectural, metropolitan backdrop?!
Unfortunately the strong wind knocked down my camera and we had no choice but to continue the photo shoot with our iPhones. But don’t despair! The fun continued as we played on the beautiful concrete sculptures.
Vera wore wide legged pants that with all the wind and volume looked like a very cool maxi skirt. She put together an edgy look with a striped top, gray vest, studded belt, ballerina flats, silver chain necklaces and a massive rhinestone ring.
I wore jockey-like balloon pants, one of the most comfortable pieces of clothing I own, with a button down shirt, high heeled oxfords, vintage Ray Bans, big rings, and peachy necklace and earrings.
While we did decide we wanted to post about some of our coolest trousers, we never agreed on color, and somehow we ended up coordinating our color palettes. What can we say, great minds think alike!
Photos taken at Edith Wolfson Park, Tel Aviv, where the sculptures were designed by architect Dani Karavan.
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xoxo Vera & Rony