Saturday, April 30, 2011

Color-Blocked Bottoms

Here's the problem: I love Zara, but Zara hates my hips. With a location right around the corner from my office, I've spent many a lunch break in that store shopping for tops, skirts, dresses and accessories. But for some reason, no matter how many different styles I try on, the pants just won't work on me.

So, here I am, lusting over all the color blocking that Zara is doing so beautifully this season with no hope of ever taking home those Kelly green trousers or hot pink skinnys. (Trust me - I've tried them all on at one point or another. )

I'm on the Bolt Bus to New York right now for a wedding shower and some quality time with my mom, and I'm hoping to stop into Uniqlo to see if their rainbow assortment fits me any better. Tell me, Manhattanites, are there any other spots I should try for bright bottoms while I'm in the City?


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