3 Ways to Wear Colored Pants

Sunday, April 28, 2013

Have you been eying a pair of bright pants, but you have no idea how/where you would wear them? Well, I am here to tell you that colored pants, are everyday pants, and acceptable for every occasion! I have at least 5 different pairs of colored pants, and they get way more use than my plain denim. I have personally struggled with how to style them at times, so I have put together a guide for how to style your colored pants! 


Until recently, I didn't think colored pants were appropriate for the work place. However, I have witnessed a number of professionals lately sporting their bold bottoms to the office. It does depend on what your company's dress code is, but I think colored pants can be very elegant! I prefer darker, more saturated hues for the office, but remember to keep it simple and don't over do it. If you are going to wear a bright pant to work, make sure everything else is neutral.



I am obsessed with wearing colored jeans out at night verses the traditional black skinnies. I love the drama a colored pant can bring to an outfit, and immediately makes you stand out in a crowd! For a night out on the town, try a bright cobalt, or red pant, and spice it up with a great metallic pump and a sequin blazer. An evening look is when you can really play with all your accoutrements.


Colored pants aren't just for special occasions, they really are an everyday staple. I have a pair of gray and peach jeggings that I wear all the time! They are much more hip than boring khakis, but they're not as bold as my oxblood jeans. If I am having a lazy day, I love to pair my neutral colored pants with an over-sized sweater and cute sandals. To the outside world, it looks like I am put together, but in reality I didn't even put much effort into it ;)

Here are a few ways I've styled my own colored jeans in the past!

 



 Are you a fan of colored trousers? 
What are your favorite colors?



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