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Fashion Week Trend: Printed Pants + Colorful Blazer

The blazers and tuxedo coats could not be more brilliant! Celebrities in the front row and streetstylers at London, New York, and Milan Fashion Week wore colorful jackets.  What did they wear with their statement jackets? Anything but simple!  To add an extra punch, style icons, fashion bloggers, and fashion lovers are pairing statement blazers with their printed pants.

Printed Pants and statement blazer

The combo of printed pants and statement blazer makes neither item standout, for a surprisingly balanced look.  In our eyes, printed pants are an essential. Fall/Winter 2011 was all about leather to leopard pants and even sequin leggings. Transition smoothly into Spring 2012 with a printed pant and a refreshing colorful blazer.

If you think it is just too high risk to wear a printed pant, you can opt for a bright colored skinny pant. Tweet us @nubry with any questions you may have about this bold and bright new look.

 

 SHOP THESE PANTS: Diane von Furstenberg Georgia Printed Cropped Pants

SHOP THIS BLAZER: Elizabeth and James Rabbit-trimmed stretch-jersey blazer

Taylor Tomasi Hill at New York Fashion Week

SHOP THIS BLAZER: Urban Outfitters Silence and Noise Boyfriend Blazer

SHOP THIS PANT: One Teaspoon Vegas Pistols Printed Pants

Olivia Palermo at London Fashion Week

SHOP THIS BLAZER: LC Lauren Conrad Turquoise Boyfriend Blazer

Zoe Saldana at London Fashion Week

SHOP THIS BLAZER: Rag & Bone Sliver Tuxedo Blazer

SHOP THIS PANT: Rag & Bone Yellow Racine Print Pant

Street Style at Paris Fashion Week

About The Author

Britt Hackmann is the co-founder of Nubry. Her background includes retail management, digital marketing strategy, fashion marketing, and marketing analytics. She loves snow skiing, tennis, traveling, partying in the big city and getting dirty in the countryside. Twitter @BrittHackmann Follow Gretchen and I on Instagram for previews of everything! @nubry

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