Dressed for: High Drama

Already Pretty outfit featuring Gr.Dano top, wide leg high waist pants, flame orange scarf, platform pumps

Striped top, Gr.Dano via Wonderland SF
Wide leg pants, thrifted – similar
Scarf as belt, thrifted – similar
Pumps, Nine West (no longer available) – similar
Earrings, The Wellington Boot
Wrap bracelet, Quince – similar

I have a few dramatic pieces in my wardrobe, and when I trot them out I generally do it one at a time. But this unique top and these voluminous pants just seemed made for each other. Plus I’d been looking for a way to combine black, white, and orange in a single outfit, and since these pants beg to be belted they seemed the perfect choice.

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25 Responses to “Dressed for: High Drama”

  1. Gracey at Fashion for Giants

    You had me at “High Drama.” High drama being my favorite type of drama. I think I need to wear more dramatic stuff to work – this outfit of yours and a recent outfit of Serene’s have both convinced me.

    You look amazing.

  2. Terri

    I love the pants and an excellent look. Red, black and white would be one of my favorite color combinations.

  3. Megan Mae

    Those trousers are always incredible, but the top just takes them to a whole new level of gorgeous. This is an outfit that would look right at home in the pages of Vogue.

    • elin

      So true, Megan! A Vogue ensemble is *exactly* what I see here. Gorgeous, Sal!

  4. Robin

    I adore the proportions that you have going here Sally! This outfit is very flattering on you. I love the stripes and pop of red!

  5. Erika A

    This outfit reminds me of Katherine Hepburn. 🙂 Love it.

  6. Sophia

    this outfit makes your waist look tiny… and oh so cool with short hair.

  7. Lisa

    You look exceptionally artsy in this outfit. Heck, you could be a Broadway actress! 😀

  8. FutureLint

    Wow! Drama indeed! Those pants are fabulous and how you pulled off orange-and-black without even a whiff of Halloween is beyond me!

  9. Bubu

    Fantabulous. Wow. You look like tango and Alvin Ailey and the 1920s and just everything cool and chic all rolled into one.

  10. A.

    you already have an amazing waist, but this outfit makes it look itty-bitty. i generally cannot stand pants like those (too much fabric around each leg, i would rather wear a maxi skirt and have half the fabric to deal with) but i love this look on you.

  11. Bella Q

    I love this look on you! It’s different than your normal range of dresses but it speaks volumnes! Drama is right in the best possible way- I love the fullness of the pants, the classic slim lines of the top and the very classic stripes in the perfect for any occasion red/black/white combo. Lovely!

  12. Denise Greenberg

    LOVE this outfit, and love the way you’re wearing it. I adore orange, but prefer to wear it in accessories, not at my face – this is a wonderful way “orange,” and I plan to steal your idea ASA humanly P.

  13. Audi

    Wow, this look is stunning, Sal! Every single element is just perfect.