STYLE BLOG by CARLY MADDOX

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Wednesday, June 17, 2015

Looking Trendy and Feeling Comfy


Walking around town and hitting up your favorite local hangouts with friends is always a good excuse to dress up in a cute outfit. That's how I feel, at least. Palazzo pants and a light tank are a great combo for going out with friends, but my little secret is that it's the most comfortable outfit, also. 

These vibrant yet versatile fold-over palazzo pants from Natural Life are free-spirited and oh-so-easy to style for any daytime occasion, whether I'm wearing them to class, to the beach, or even to go out shopping with friends. Natural Life is a Jacksonville brand that I've loved for a long time because it perfectly fits my style in every way. They not only have comfy casual boho-inspired clothing, but also little trinkets and accessories that suit the free-spirited gal as well. 

Lace detailed styles and off-the-shoulder silhouettes would also look stylish with these lightweight palazzo pants, but today's heat just called for my simple crochet-detailed tank from Others Follow. I wore a lace bralette underneath and accessorized with some natural and boho-inspired pieces to make the outfit stand out even more. 

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Wearing: Others Follow crochet tank, Natural Life palazzo pants, Nasty Gal sandals, Elise M Collection jewelry, JORD wooden watch, Forever 21 hat, T-Shirt & Jeans clutch. 

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Wanting in on my little secret of what feels like a stylish pair of lounge pants? Check out these other palazzo pant favorites of mine:

1. Look festival ready in these bohemian palazzo pants!
2. Florals more your thing? These colorful floral palazzos are the pants for you!
3. Palm printed palazzos are the perfect attire for getting beachside drinks with your girls.
4. These boldly printed pants look straight out of the 70s!
5. Opt for a lace pair of palazzos for a good go-to summer pant!
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