Here are the exact items I have been wearing in these outfits:
I’ve read that purple is the favourite colour of women overall, and orange is our least favourite. If that’s anything to go by, few YLF readers will have a pair of orange bottoms! Even if that’s the case, perhaps you’ll appreciate the colour combinations here even if you don’t wear them yourself.
The Polyvore shows an interpretation of the items in the collection that I used to create outfits with the orange pants.
Orange and Dark Blue
I combined the orange pants with ink blue turtleneck and navy boots. I wore sheer navy knee-highs instead of socks. I semi-tucked the turtleneck and added a gold belt. I finished off the look with orange tote and ink blue military coat. For a look that combined some cream, I swapped out the blue boots and gold belt for cream belt and booties, and added the orange pom-pom. The cherry bag looks good with these outfits too.
Orange, Burgundy and Cream
I combined the orange pants with a burgundy turtleneck and burgundy boots. I wore sheer grey knee-highs instead of socks. I semi-tucked the turtleneck and added a gold belt. I finished off the look with orange or cherry bag and plaid bomber jacket. For a look that combined more cream, I swapped out the burgundy turtleneck and boots for cream pullover, belt, pearls and booties. Sometimes I added the orange pom-pom. Gold watch, pearl ring and brown specs were worn with every outfit.
These outfits are an acquired taste. I enjoy wearing non-neutrals, and some colour combinations that might clash to others are harmonious to my eye. I’m awfully happy with my orange pants.