Back to Article How to pull off: bright-coloured trousers Sorbet-coloured trousers: Runway v. real way Add to ... Tiyana Grulovic The Globe and Mail Published Saturday, Mar. 12, 2011 12:00AM EST Last updated Thursday, Mar. 10, 2011 8:43PM EST Goodbye wintry-darks, hello happy-hued trousers Next Prev Bright-coloured trousers on the runway at Jil Sander, Spring 2011(Fashion Wire Daily/Gruber) See more galleries In Pictures: Customized makeup kits from founder of Pandora's In photos: What auto makers convey with car faces In Pictures: Flexible plastic golf shoes from Ontario-based Biion Ontario makes barrier-free buildings the norm, not the exception And the Oscar for retrofit goes to … Deluxe Toronto Ltd. Wedged into Yorkville, Hazelton Lanes retrofit poses challenges Buildings take old-fashioned wood and give it a new bent Hours of Culture: Five things you should check out this week Comments AA More related to this story How to pull off: bright-coloured trousers How to pull off: Wide-leg pants Wide-leg pants: Runway v. real way More related to this story Stripes: Runway v. real way Three-piece suit: runway v. real way How to pull off: funky stripes In the know Globe Drive Can CN Rail Police really issue speeding tickets? Globe Drive ‘See-through’ truck aims to improve highway safety Life Fitness Basics: Add these simple exercises to your post-run routine to prevent injury Globe Investor Profiting from cybersecurity: ETF surges as hack attacks grow Most popular videos » News NBC fires Donald Trump over comments about Mexican immigrants Report on Business Who’s to blame for Greece’s ‘sink-or-swim’ moment? Life Fitness challenge: Who is stronger, an Argos player or a National Ballet dancer? Report on Business How to buy expensive clothes at a bargain price Life Fitness Basics: Add these simple exercises to your post-run routine to prevent injury Life We asked, you answered: What makes you proud to be Canadian? Report on Business The Molson Canadian beer fridge is back, but the password has changed Technology In 1985, Canada's first cellphone customer paid $10,000 a year Life World's oldest woman is 115 and living in New York Life The 5 essential maintenance tips that every gardener needs to know Life Truffle-hunting dogs sniff out prized fungus Arts James Taylor tops U.S. album charts for first time in four decades ◀ ● ● ● ▶ Highlights Report on Business Globe Investor Magazine Globe Investor Netflix’s stock split calls for caution More from The Globe and Mail Globe Investor Before the bell: Stock futures up, but don't buy this rally Life Lives Lived: Sheila Gale, 79 Most popular June 30: Your daily horoscope Greece to default on IMF payment Mulcair held talks in 2007 on joining Tories as adviser: report Toronto-bound WestJet flight forced to evacuate after ‘threat’ York University’s sexual assault policy sparks human-rights complaint More Top Stories World Iran nuclear talks to miss June 30 target date Globe Debate America’s transformational moment Globe on Hockey Mirtle: The best NHL free agents in a very weak class British Columbia Hermann Nieweler transformed Victoria hotel into jazz landmark Marketing The Anti-Spam law: One year later, has it made a difference? Carrick Best Reads Carrick best reads: It’s taboo to say you can’t afford something Video Mexico welcomes Spanish royals We asked, you answered: What makes you proud to be Canadian? Host of The Amazing Race Jon Montgomery takes us for a ride in his Toyota Tundra Greece counts down to default Photos In photos: Advanced training with BMW Club of Canada Up close and in detail: Traders of NYSE track a Greek tragedy Add to Watchlist Add to Watchlist We've run into a glitch. Please try again later. We've run into a glitch. Please try again later.