March 26, 2014 Everyday Outfits Hyphen Chino And Dreaming of Asia I don’t think I’ve shared this with you guys yet, but Rob and I are going to Asia for our honeymoon! We feel so lucky to have had the opportunity to get to do a lot of traveling in our days, and so we decided what better way to seal the deal than going on a big adventure to a continent neither of us has ever been to. But since that’s still several months away, I’ve been daydreaming about what we’ll do when we’re there and naturally, what I’ll be wearing. Putting on this outfit, I feel like I’ve hit fast forward and I’m already there — cruising the streets of Bangkok, (riding elephants?), walking through the rice paddies in Vietnam, eating way too much sushi in Japan. These Pilcro Hyphen Chinos will definitely be in my bag! They’re comfortable, stylish, relaxed without being too baggy and so versatile! Basically the perfect pair of pants for traveling. I can see myself wearing them with flip flops, tank tops or a flowy blouses all summer long. I love the look and feel of a looser flowy top paired with these chinos. There’s just something so carefree and cool about this look. Plus, it makes me really feel like a world-traveler for some reason. I also plan on packing a whole bunch of easy dresses, comfortable shoes and a crossbody bag big enough to hold my camera. I paired the Hyphen Chinos and this peasant top with some layered necklaces and these tan booties I’ve been wearing every chance I get. I like how heels elongate your legs and give the relaxed fit of the chinos a more polished finish. Until it’s time for us to head out on our big trip, I’ll stick with exploring the urban jungle of Chicago! In other big news, Anthropologie is also giving away a pair of Pilcro Hyphen Chinos (in your preferred color) to one lucky Fox & She reader! To enter, simply follow the directions below! P.S. For all my tiny friends out there, did you know that Anthropologie now has a killer petites section?! a Rafflecopter giveaway Get the Look Pilcro Hyphen Chinos, c/o / Mahdia Peasant Top, c/o / Tan Mules / Necklaces, old but similar / Gypsy Woman Bag, handmade in Aspen, similar here / Sunglasses Checkout Anthropologie’s blog to see my look along with four other bloggers’ styling of the Hyphen Chino! * This post was sponsored by Anthropologie. As always, all opinions are my own!