I do not like camel toe. I do not like the way it looks and I do not like the way it feels. Perhaps this accounts for my higher than normal predilection for an inseam that begins several inches below my in-betweens.
Many find the drop crotch laughable but I contend that, done thoughtfully, this look can come off effortlessly chic.
One way to do this? Pair it with a pretty top.
Like this lovely burgundy pleated tank. The loose and easy fit of the shirt vibe with the spirit of the pants but the look is elevated but the pleating and a neckline that shows just the right amount of decolletage.
Another way? Wear statement shoes that signal that you dressed this way on purpose. I wish these shoes weren’t over 15 years old because I would insist that everyone buy a pair. Their comfort level is ridiculous yet they don’t skimp on style.
If you still think these pants are crazy but you’re a little curious, let your freak flag fly and give the drop crotch a go.
At the very least, the dromedary will be left in the desert where it belongs and your hibitty-jiblets will thank you for the breathing room.
Bag: Auxilliary Avercamp, large (unavailable)
Shoes: Diesel Style Lab (very old)