This is going to be the first post in the series of many that will deal with creating a capsule for my wild card cropped kick flare tomato red pants. Shockingly, they go with about half of my wardrobe color wise, which is very surprising considering that I own basically nothing else in this color and that the color is too warm for me to be worn near my face. The main kind of input I am looking for is you picking your favorite tops/outfits for these pants, as I am hoping to build the final capsule with only the very best options. Also feel free to suggest switching over of various and toppers and shoes you will see in this post. There will be many posts in this series because I am aiming to limit the number of photos in a single post to 15, so please feel free to comment as little or as much as you like.

The first color scheme I am going for is based on Angie's ensemble post from last year which combines tomato red with light blue and white. I have tons of light blue in my wardrobe because my eyes are light blue and thus it is one of my best colors, plus a lot of my denim is light blue too. I am dividing this pairings into two posts. In this post we have the pants combined with various light blue tops, and some of them have white toppers added on. Please excuse the wrinkles, I pulled out lot of these items from various storage bins and they need good steaming.

#1/2: With tucked-in and wrapped chambray shirt, and white linen blazer
# 3/4 With tucked-in blue/white striped shirt and white moto
#5/6 With tucked in silk turtleneck blouse and cream lace bomber
#7/8 With blue shell and white linen long vest
#9/10 Proportion experiment with chambray shirtdress and asymmetric sleeveless white sweater tunic
#11 With blue off-the shoulder top and skinny white scarf
#12 With semi-tucked soft blue silk cat blouse
#13 With knotted light blue tuxedo shirt
#14 With semi-tucked linen blue sweater
#15 With side-tucked mesh blue sweater

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