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Happy Monday! I hope you all had a fun weekend. I definitely had an eventful one if you were following along. Every Monday is a good reminder that we're back to the grind of the week and I have to put my professional hat back on. A couple of months ago I saw these pants at Loft and knew I needed them. I wasn't exactly sure how I would put them together but just knew I needed them. Since then I have worn these pants on several occasions including a concert, Christmas Eve and to work.  These are definitely an interesting pattern of pants and I wanted to show you all the ways they can work for you.

The first look is the basic work attire. The colors in these pants are a plum, grayish cream, gray and black. For work, these are the colors you are working for. The jacquard fabric and bold print may be a bit loud for most workplaces, so the name of the game here is a simple top. It's kind of like the rule that if the top piece of your outfit is tight the bottom should be loose and vice versa. It's a balance principal. I love this top I got from Target, a nice basic sweater but it has a pleated shoulder so it makes it a bit more fun. I added these fun hoops from Rocksbox and a simple loafer. I wear this to work probably twice a month, I am not kidding. I love this look so much for work. I feel chic and professional.

Shirt| Target  (similar / similar)
Pants| Loft
Shoes| Madewell (similar / similar)
Earrings| Rocksbox (similar / similar)

This next look is what I wore to a concert back in December. It was a holiday concert but I really thought this was a fun outfit. For this one, I played less with the colors in the pants but other colors I could add to the palette. I wanted to make it more evening-friendly so I started with this popular lace cami from Abercrombie + Fitch. I think it makes the look a little sexier. I took a risk with this burgundy blazer, but it's a cool burgundy so it fits with the cooler colors of the pants. The velvet part of this blazer also makes it more evening, it is more dressy and less professional. The add some more sex appeal I paired it with these heels. The pants are a bit of an ankle cut and I love ankle pants with a heel to create a long-legged sleek look. 

Shirt| Abercrombie + Fitch (similar)
Blazer| Stitch Fix (similar / similar)
Pants| Loft
Shoes| JustFab (similar / similar)
Necklace| Rocksbox (similar / similar)

The last look is Spring inspired. Although it may not feel like it, Spring is coming. I haven't had these pants in warmer weather yet so I had fun experimenting with this one. The pants are a lot darker so I wanted to lighten them up for the anticipation of Spring. I had this old fringe tee from Shein that is a little cropped. I like a lighter weight top, and lighter color to transition the pants to a new season. The fringe detail is also just fun and so reminds me of Summer and warmer times. In the Spring and Summer, I prefer accessories to be simpler so delicate necklace and a bracelet is all you need. It also felt really amazing to put a sandal on. Just give it a try, it will make you feel better ;)

Shirt| Shein (similar / similar)
Pants| Loft
Shoes| Target (similar / similar)
Necklace| Loft

There you have it. Who knew these pants woould be so versatile? Which option is your favorite?

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