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Jo's Convertible Pants

"One Item, 10+ ways"

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Leesa Front View
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Charcoal Convertible Pants
Navy Front View

How to Style the JC Pants

1.  Drape Style 

    This is the most flattering and common style.

    Cross both sides of each wing and put loops on either 

    (if you want a more looser look then use the 2nd button) 

    Style: Black "Tayla"

    Fabric: Polyester 95% Spandex 5%

2. One side up, one side across

    Similar to the drape style but only one side draped and the other

    other side buttoned up.   

    Drape one side across and button, with the other side  

    just button up on that side 

  • Can use same button to do up or the 2nd button

  • Can also do on the other side as well

  

3. One side up, one side tucked in as a pocket

    Similar to the drape style but only one side draped and the 

    other side tucked in to form a pocket

  • Can use same button to do up or the 2nd button

  • Can also do on the other side as well

4. Knotted on one side

    Same as the one side up, one side across but knot one side and

    button up

  • Can use same button to do up or the 2nd button

  • Can also do on the other side as well

     

5. Both sides left undone

   Just left both sides left undone and hanging down to the sides

    

6. Both sides buttoned (no draping across)

    Similar to the one up one across style but button both sides

    (no draping across)

     

7. Crossed in the front

    Similar to the drape style but cross over in front (like you are

    going to tie a knot then button on 1st or 2nd button

  • Great if you want a different look or you want your pants a little more fitting

 

8. Capri Styles

    Can do all the styles from above but pull the legs up  to mid calf

    (or wherever feels comfortable)

9. Knee Length Styles

    Can do all the styles from above but pull the legs up to knee

    length (or wherever feels comfortable)