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Alter your am to pm office wardrobe with these lovely pants

Do you find yourself in a morning situation when you’re rummaging your wardrobe, looking for an outfit that is sophisticated enough to be worn to the office, yet, not too boring for the post-work plans? This confusion is a part of life, don’t worry every woman has a share in this. But wearing a dress to work or compromising the workwear is no more a passable solution, especially when we bring you the pants that are as much chic as glamorous. Be it the week held plans or a sudden knock on the friends’ group, with these you don’t have to rethink to say a yes.

Gareth Pugh’s Belted pinstriped wool-blend wide-leg pants | Buy now

Long gone are the days when office look had to restrict to monotonous tones and silhouettes. Break-in with the Gareth Pugh’s belted pinstriped wool-blend pants with an exaggerated paper bag waist and a broad belt with horizontal pinstripe details – the fit has a distinct fall that starts right from the waist to the bottom. Pair it with a nicely-fitted camisole top and a clean hairdo to balance the flair of the pants. 

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Gabriela Hearst’s Chavela flared slit-cuff cotton-ottoman trousers | Buy now

This pair of trousers by Gabriela Hearst with silk-lined pockets and a flattering mid-rise waist is so elegant and sublime that you can accompany it with almost anything in your wardrobe, from round neck Tees to blazers, either way, it is sure to bring sophisticated glamour in your fashion diaries. Moreover, with front pleats and centre-slits in the cuff, it will add a playful element to your otherwise formal wardrobe. 

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Zimmerman Goldie floral-print kick-flare linen trousers | Buy now

Talking about the versatility of your outfits for work, Zimmerman’s floral-print kick-flare linen trousers comes as a great choice to dust away your mid-week blues with its soft lemon-yellow canvas of florals. The trousers tap on the 1970’s mood when paired with a white top, it’s certain to brighten up your look book. True to the label’s spirit, the boot-cut flare and detachable belt just add to its flattering fit. 

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Sies Marjan’s Blanche Pleated Belted Wool Wide Leg Pants | Buy now

Keeping our eyes for you on every trendy thing we picked this beautiful set of satin trousers from Fall’19 runway – it strikes the right balance between style and comfort with flowing pleats and twill silhouette. Styled with a satin shirt, these pants will transform from moody to redefined fashion. 

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Dolce Gabbana High-rise floral-print shantung trousers | Buy now

Add Dolce & Gabbana's Italian tailoring heritage to our wardrobe with these high-rise floral-print shantung trousers – its softly tapered legs and feminine lily print will add a romantic touch to your look. Tip: Pair these pants with kitten heels to make your look even more feminine.

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Mara Hoffman’s Caressa Leopard Print High Waist Pant | Buy now

Animal print to the office? Yes, you can, with these leopard print high waisted trousers. Despite having a bold print, its finely stitched silhouette makes it a good-to-go for office wear. Just be sure that your pair it carefully opting a subtle tone for a counterpart so it doesn’t come out looking flashy. And when it’s time to party – throw in some gold-tone jewels and voila!

Photo credits: Mara Hoffman 

Nanushka’s Marfa Satin Trousers | Buy now

Hasn’t satin become a staple go-to whenever we think comfort and glam? Indeed! Only to reinforce that thought comes Nanushka’s Marfa Satin Trousers, a pure satin-y divine. Be as experimental as you want, do a colour block, make it monotone or even pair with a blazer and a lace top, this will not fail your expectations. And when it’s satin, needless to say, it’ll fit your curves just perfect!

Photo credits: Farfetch 

If you ask us, we’ll say shop them all because you never know when an evening plan may land up in your schedule. Plus, wearing them to work may help bust the stress. What do you think?

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