The trouser trend is absolutely everywhere right now. From tailored straight leg trousers, to more wide leg relaxed fits, there are so many options to choose from. I think they’re a nice change of pace from denim and I am quickly adding more to my closet. I styled these sage wide leg ones a while back which are great for the office, spring time events or out to lunch with friends. But today, I’m styling these more for my everyday casual style.
How To Style Trousers For Spring
Styling the trouser trend for spring feels like a slightly more elevated way to dress. It’s not as casual as denim, but still feels cool and stylish. Sure these trousers can easily be worn to the office with a silk blouse and pump. But that’s the great thing about this trend, these pants are so versatile. Instead of wearing your office wear for your 9-5 with this trouser trend, try laid back, more casual pieces. It’s the juxtaposition of the two that really speaks to this lately trouser trend in 2022.
By simply adding a cotton tank, or graphic tee, you’ll instantly turn these trousers into a cool everyday weekend outfit. Add a sandal and you’re good to go. This outfit feels very European to me. Between the trouser, the easy slide and the big jute tote, I feel like I’m ready for my trip to Paris. I’ll be styling these in all sorts of variations of this combination. Favorite tees and tanks with comfortable slides or sneakers. It’s the perfect combination to dress down trousers and make them ready for a casual spring day.
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The trouser trend is everywhere. You can truly find these at all your favorite retailers now. From Madewell, Nordstrom, H&M and more. The ones in today’s post are from Aritzia and are the perfect straight leg trouser. I’m also eyeing several at Mango that I’ve included below.
Spring Accessories To Pair With Trousers
Easy sandals and slides, casual cotton tanks and of course, a big jute tote. Together these make any pair of bottoms you’re wearing feel instantly like spring. You can even go for a low block heel or kitten heel to dress it up a bit if you don’t want to go full on casual. These are all part of my wardrobe basics.
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