And who said that to be stylish you have to give up comfort? It is quite old the line of thought which argued that the “wrap up warm” didn’t match the “feel good.”
Before it was definitely so, but, dear women, we must all thank Coco Chanel courage who was “the voice singing out of the chorus” causing these myths fall on the ground to create a new interpretation of the female body and begin a quiet revolution, patient, but significant for all the women. And so, as in her case, in which the trousers were one of the elements of rupture between the old and the new, I propose (humble and unpretentious) this soft and striped model, off to the right point, to be used with or without the flap edge. The fact that both striped and even black and white is not a case … and is perfect to combine with a cardigan, a jacket and a pair of two-tone shoes.
What do you think?