Wearing pants/slacks presents a dilemma. If I wear pants am I really venturing into the feminine differential? I had a recent conversation with a girlfriend and she mention that she did not wear either skirts or dresses any longer. Pants had become her go-to choice. After she mentioned it, I cannot say that I have ever seen her in anything other than slacks.
Yesterday, I featured two cute dresses. In the same post I mentioned that to my own disappointment, I was typically wearing pants more often these days. Why pants - to better blend.
The fashion layout above highlights stylish Banana Republic Logan-Fit Pants that I purchased last week. However, I did not buy then because of the color - it was the fit. The fact that they are pink definitely put them into the feminine differential area. However, based on my friend's aversion to anything other than pants I started to wonder if my "wanting to blend in" is a developing trend? Are skirts and dressing becoming a novelty, just special occasion option?
I tried to find a reasonable survey taken among women. What I did find was a small sample, limited female survey:
Pants always 46.67%
Pants mostly; skirts for special occasions 20%
Pants mainly; skirts sometimes 26.6%
Pants and skirts about equally 0%
Skirts mainly; pants sometimes 6%
Skirts mostly; pants for special occasions 0%
Skirts always 0%
What do you typically wear and why? Give me your comment and I will compile our preference.