Hello to all of you beautiful people!
Almost every designer has been showcasing pant suits all over the runways lately, so naturally this week’s theme will be all about the pant suits and how to appropriately put the look together without looking too business.
The pants suit trend isn’t just about your typical sleek style. Designers like Tury Burch and Michael Kors were all about the perfect for work sets and sweet colours and other designers like Tibi and the Row showcased a more relaxed look with deconstructed jackets and fluid trousers.
Gucci also showed 70s inspired leisure suits, which don’t have the old business boardroom look but rather a night out along with wearable black pantsuits that could go from desk to drinks in a flash. In other words, these pant suits aren’t your basic, boring old suits. These are looks that flaunt your style, your figure, and are completely fresh and on trend.
If you’re still not convinced to give this trend a try, you can ease into it by opting for a matching set, like Victoria Beckham and some of the other looks we have in our gallery. So without further ado, scroll down for inspiration on how to wear this style, and more importantly where to shop this look so you can add one to your closet!
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Elie Tahari Alma Jacket – This modern jacket has a chic design that will make you feel feminine and powerful. Imagine your commanding presence and you walk into a meeting with all eyes on you. Fitted at the waist and tapered to your body, you can always feel confident in this piece.
Elie Tahari Jillian Slim Pant – The ever-classic dress pant is a fashion staple that modernity can’t deny. It has gone through a few evolutions to keep itself chic,but the heart of the dress pant is still beating strong. The Navy Yard coloured Jillian Slim pant offers a timeless and versatile look which will always be in style.
The pant suit is most definitely a wardrobe investment; you can maximize it by separating the pieces, or even rocking yours with a crop top and sneakers for the off duty look. We hope we have given you something to think about and please comment below and let us know how you like to wear this trend.