How to Style the Tapered Trouser
Meet the tapered trouser. This versatile pant has quickly become one of our best-selling pieces and it’s easy to see why. Their unbeatable comfort and sleek design will make ensure there’s a pair that feels like it was made just for you and your unique lifestyle. With so many fun new colors arriving just in time for summer, it’s the perfect time to try them out if you haven’t already. Need a little outfit inspo? Check out the five (which are just a few of many) ways to style this customer favorite.
Comin’ in (Red) Hot
A vibrant hue like this fiery red will instantly energize your ensemble. Pair your trousers with neutral colors and nautical prints to keep you from going overboard (ha, see what we did there). In a look this good, you’ll be making a statement everywhere you go.
#12415 why we love the tapered trouser: they work for even the most casual of days. Pair them with a denim jacket and relaxed tank for a weekend-ready ensemble. Create visual contrast by complementing the cool blue tones with a warm coral.
Sunshine on a Cloudy Day
Even if the weather outside is gloomy or the work week is a drag, a bold yellow adds a cheerful pop. To up the wow-factor, pair them with another vibrant color and complete your look with accessories that unite the two hues.
Easy, Breezy & Unexpected
PSA: brown does not have to mean boring. Pair this chocolate colored trouser with other earthy hues and eclectic prints for an outfit that exudes boho style. It’s an uncomplicated and unexpected combo perfect for those days when you’re constantly on-the-go.
Retro Color Combos
Don’t be afraid to take risks when trying out this turquoise trouser and go for a bold color combination. Hey, it worked in the ’80s and it sure as heck works now. However, try to stick to understated accessories to keep your outfit modern and balanced.
Green With Envy
If you’re not quite sure what to pair with a colored pant, add a top with a print for easy coordination. Choose your layering piece and accessories based on the colors in the pattern and you’ll end up with a stylish and cohesive ensemble.