Here are three ways to style workwear pants from summer into fall. I styled these wide-leg wool workwear pants in white, but note they’re also available in multiple colors, including black, which would look just as lovely paired with these outfits.
All Black Workwear Outfit
For this outfit, I went for a black monochrome look. I love the contrast of white wide-leg wool workwear pants paired with a relaxed black blazer and a square-neck black tank. Tie the look together with a structured black leather tote bag and black suede block heels, which look especially wonderful with a wide-leg pants style. Accessorize with zirconia stud earrings and an adjustable silver bracelet.
Transitional Workwear Outfit
For any transitional fall outfit, layering is key. Start with a classic cashmere crewneck sweater, like this one from J.Crew. They’ve redesigned their signature crewneck cashmere sweater this season, so it has a more relaxed fit and an even softer feel. And just like previous seasons, it’s available in pretty much every color you could think of. Next, layer a short trench coat, another wonderful closet staple, and style it with a pair of wide-leg workwear pants. Accessorize with a leather tote bag, black leather loafers, gold hoop earrings, and a cuff bracelet.
Navy Blazer Outfit
Button-Up Navy Stripe Shirt / Wide Leg Wool Workwear Pants / Navy Wool Blazer with Gold Buttons / Small Beige Leather Bag / Cubic Zirconia Stud Earrings / Cubic Zirconia Tennis Bracelet / Tan Suede Pointed Toe Pumps
A navy blazer is such a lovely and versatile workwear piece. This navy wool double-breasted blazer with gold button details is so gorgeous. Style it with a navy striped button-up and these wide-leg workwear pants for a polished look. Stick with a neutral-colored bag and shoes, like this small beige leather bag and these suede pointed-toe pumps. Accessorize with cubic zirconia stud earrings and a matching tennis bracelet to pull everything together.