Jester’s Court (See Jane Wear)

Andre J top (same brand as these shorts), H&M pants + belt, UO necklace, J Crew shoes, Ray Ban wayfarers, clutch – gift from friend

Everyone is loving the color-blocking trend this season–even this girl.  I wore this outfit out one weekend night and while I like it, looking back I realize that it’s a bit jester-esque (seriously, google image “jester” and tell me if you don’t laugh).  Regardless, I especially love these pants and have been wearing them nonstop–especially to work.  They’re the perfect high-waist and they must be good because Eric looks at them with a bit of confusion (‘why are they up so high?’ he asks). 

I’ll definitely be trying the color-blocking trend again–just perhaps with different pieces.  How about you?

59 comments

  1. I love those pants…and I LOVE even more that you know they are good bc your man looks at you funny!!! Mine does the same when i thrown something outta the box on! LOVES!!!!

    I am fully onboard with this trend but have yet to rock it bc i don't have the right pieces…one day!

  2. I love this look πŸ™‚ I wasn't really seeing a jester glimpse in it πŸ™‚ For me this colour blocking trend is a bit too much, I like to stay neutral on my legs or torso. x

  3. I love your pants and you pull them off so well, but I'm wondering how you do it because I've tried on so many pairs and they all look terrible from the rear view! Is there some secret to keep from having mom butt or do you just have to embrace it?

  4. The color blocking trend is one of my favorites. I love the bright colors you used and the huge clutch. Such a pretty color top on you, Anna! I'm back from Detroit and the city was scary. Thankfully we stayed in Birmingham, which is actually really nice! Hope you're having a good week.

  5. @Anon – Ha, i love it! Sadly, these definitely give me "mom butt" and I think you just need to embrace it. That's probably why my fiance doesn't love them..but I do πŸ™‚

  6. I'm loving this and you do NOT look like a Jester! Those pants are perfect. I kinda wanna go to H & M now and look for a pair!

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  7. I see no jester here, just one stylish lady! My god, your legs go on for days in these pants – love them! And, I can't wait to get on the color-blocking trend though it's going to have to wait until I return to the States and update (finally!) my wardrobe a bit. Can't wait to see your next take on the trend!

  8. Jester? Really? You crazy. This is elegant and gorgeous. The rich fuchsia and sapphire are amazing together. Love this look. I'm for true fit'n tah hook this look up in my own wardrobe.

    Thanks for inspiring me yet again.

    xo,
    Tracy

  9. I don't think you look jester-y at all!! I think you look adorable. I've been wanting to jump on board with color blocking, but I don't really have any solid bottoms in interesting colors. Everything is either printed or bland. I'm definitely on the lookout for some red pants though – if I manage to find them, you better believe there's going to be color blocking!!

  10. hi anna!

    i am your newest follower and enjoy your blog very much.

    love this outfit, looks great on you, hopefully i can pull it off as you have.

    thanks for sharing such fabulous outfit ideas.

    be well,

    liz ^-^

  11. I am 100% convinced that men do not, and will not understand the high-waisted thing. I think I have my husband trained one day, and the next he is looking confusedly at my bum. There should be nothing confusing about my bum! But I don't care because I think high-waisted pants look awesome.

  12. I have the same pants, and my husband said the same thing verbatim! LOL! I always know my cool meter is on high when he has no idea what I'm wearing!

  13. Where can you buy Andre J?? I loove the shorts, and this bright top! When I google I get the man Andre J – not the cute clothes. Suggestions?
    Thanks Jane!

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