I picked up these beautiful white wide-leg trousers recently and immediately fell in love with how chic but versatile they are. This first look I want to show you guys is ideal for the office, and something you might not realize is that a monochrome look like this is elongating. I’m also wearing my favorite accessories such as these Argento Vivo hoops which work for any look – casual or not. I have also had these heels in black for a while and decided I needed them in nude just a few days ago, and what do you know, they go with everything too. I did already own a pair of nude Louboutin’s and while they are super photogenic, they are not very easy to walk in! These Jimmy Choo heels are remarkably comfortable and perfect for many occasions.
The key to making these trousers work for the office is by pairing them with a tucked-in and conservative top.
I thought it would be fun to show how these pants work for day or night. Say you want to go from the office to straight out for drinks or a nice dinner, all you would need is to bring an extra top. I got these Banana Republic trousers in Size 2 R, but if I had gotten petite they would have gone perfectly with flats. I think the ones I’m wearing here are almost sold out but I found some similar ones, and I’ve linked them above and below.
This is a beautiful and unique top that is probably best to wear when you want to look a little dressed up. The sleeve is slightly sheer and the material also has a slight sheen to it. I love the floral print, especially since spring is coming up soon! I would recommend sizing up just one size, as I am wearing an XS and you can probably tell it’s pinching me under my right arm. My top also goes well with denim for a less dressy look.
The key to making these trousers work for night is to pair them with a top that has any kind of lavish detailing, whether it be made of silk, sequins or feathers! I mean you know a fancy top when you see one – and guaranteed it is not going to be made of cotton.
Let me know what you guys think of the wide leg trouser trend! I have had a Tadashi Shoji pair in black for a few years but they are definitely more “in” now than ever and it’s time to branch out! xoxo