Trouser Triumph


Tired of the tedious task of squeezing your thermal leggings under your skinnys? Secret squirrel has the solution- TROUSERS!

Here at Donna Ida, we care about these things, which is why we have a great selection of trouser styles to suit everyone… Read below for  a few of Secret Squirrel's best tips:

Try the Current/Elliott Sharp trouser. This drill cotton style is super cool, oh so on trend, and will leave you with enough space to fit those long johns underneath without looking bulky. A loose fit on the hips, the trousers then taper down through to a narrow leg looking tres tres chic with the ankle boots, wedges, flats or sky high heels of your choice. Dress them down with a brand new MiH military style shirt (I’m thinking Garance Dore style hunting on the streets of Paris), or dress them up with one of our brand new Tucker print tops (check them out in stores now!) and a blazer for a smart but cool work outfit.

If you just can’t move away from classic indigo denim, but are still looking to try a new shape, pop into one of our stores and give the Citizens of Humanity Keaton a try! This trouser style jean is a cool and dressy alternative to the classic skinny/straight/flare jean options. Pleated at the front with trouser style pockets and a slim tapered leg, the Keaton will get you through the day and into the evening without having to change anything but your lipstick!

Newsflash jeaniacs! The much loved Hudson military chino has just arrived in a brand new sandy khaki colour. Take them to Barbados with you!  Or wear them around London with your thermals (there’s enough room under them) and imagine you’re in Barbados! This new colour in one of our favourite Hudson styles has got us Donna Ida girls salivating, so get in quick before they all disappear, and check out the new face of Hudson, the genetically gifted Georgia May Jagger- we think she’s a great choice!


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