Rich hues and volume: Yasmin Sewell

Yasmin Sewell isn’t shy when it comes to experimenting with volume. These wide-legged pants make for an interesting silhouette to say the least, and one she carries off surprisingly well. But while this type of cut is hardly fail safe, there’s another star of this outfit that is: the rich, jewel tones. You can hardly go wrong with a combination of emerald green, midnight blue and coral red.

Yasmine Sewell emerald green pants

Photographed during Paris fashion week.

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