Get the Most Out of 3 Pairs of Pants
Nine ways we’re styling our three favorite pants right now.
Have you heard about our new Milo pants? They’re like jeans, but better. Better because they’re stretchy, they don’t break any dress codes, and they never, ever sag. We love pairing the wider leg with a wide sleeve to match, like the Ava top in citron, for a breezy, swingy, easy-as-Tuesday-morning vibe.
You’re a lady who can roll with the punches—get yourself some pants that can do the same. The Mejias have that suiting look and feel, but really shine when paired with stretch knits, like a double dose of the Emerson cardigan and a pair of sneakers. Roll up the cuff a bit and show a little ankle, because why not?
The Milo pant is all about play. You can wear them to the office—but also to the park. Pair them with the Bennett blazer—and your favorite pair of sneakers. And don’t think you have to balance out their boldness with a fitted top (though the Choe top works too); go big or go home (where they’ll be just as comfy as sweats).
Sexy but Subtle
While we’d pretty much die without our classic underpinnings, we are also huge fans of the blazer-with-nothing-underneath look. Of course, this vibe can be a bit much for the office, but it’s perfect for date night. Here, we paired a tucked-in Moreland jacket with the Milos, which make the look a little more work-friendly.
You know that feeling when you just know you look good? Like all your jokes are landing, strangers are smiling at you, and you keep sneaking into the bathroom to take selfies? That’s what we call enthusiastically elegant (see: Meghan Markle). For this winner of an outfit, we paired the Mejia pant with the Blake shirt in Atlas and the strappy Ella shoes.
Nyjerah is the Brand Stylist at M.M.LaFleur and is a lover of all things style related. Her wardrobe motto is simple: take risks, and wear them well.See more of her styling