I guess these pants are dubbed the "skinny mini" khakis by Gap and feature a pink windowpane grid pattern in a baby pink. They only had a size 4 available and I would have preferred a 2, but for the price I figured I could wash them and they would probably be just right. Plus, I've been eating out a lot lately, so I guess I'll grow into them!
The only thing louder than my pants and my neon necklace form J. Crew is this couch from IKEA. If you didn't already know, I love IKEA. While I love their Swedish meatballs and reasonably priced minimalist furniture, this couch I am sitting on below is a little garish for my taste, although I feel that, given my necklace and pants, might be like the pot calling the kettle black.
This neon necklace I am sporting was a pretty good steal from J. Crew. I used the magic of the iPhone to get it for $20, as it was on sale on the website but not in the store. If you show the fine people at J. Crew the item you want to buy on sale on their website using your phone, they'll do a price adjustment. It would be nice if J. Crew could simply match the online prices to the store prices and visa versa, but that's a whole other story. Anyhow, they gave it to me for the website price, plus 40% off and my additional 15% educator's discount so it wound up as $20 as opposed to $58.
Outfit: Khakis: Gap, Shirt: J. Crew Chambray "Keeper", Shoes: J. Crew Ballet Flats in Mirror, Bag: J. Crew Tartine, Necklace: J. Crew "Crystal Feather"