The Baroque trend reminds me of religious art that is a staple of almost every museum that I have been to in Europe. When I first saw this baroque art, in my early twenties, I was completely bored by it. Now, I can appreciate it’s over the top nature, but I still would not want it my house. That being said, I really enjoyed Dolce & Gabbana Fall 2012 17th century-inspired runway. Although when searching for a trendy barque item, I shied away from the opulent black and gold. Instead, I found these blue textured pants in the back of my closet. The trousers which I call my couch pants actually have a vest that goes with them, but I have not dared to wear vest and pants together since I purchased them in New York over 10 years ago. The baroque pants look great here with a neutral top and leopard flats, but mostly I’ve worn these trendy with a crisp white button down to the office. 29 Secrets gave some helpful advice on how to choose the right baroque piece.
:: Baroque Outfit ::
Top :: Chicos Fringe Top (similar here), White House Black Market Tank Top (similar here)
Bottom :: Baroque Pants (similar here)
Bag :: Red Snake Dooney & Bourke (similar here)
Shoes :: Sole Society Leopard Camila Loafers (similar here)
Accessories :: Lia Sophia Monaco Necklace (similar here), Brown Studded Bracelet from American Eagle (similar here)