Monday, 29 January 2018

Strut Your Stuff | The 4 Pairs Of Pants You Need In Your Wardrobe For 2018 | Run-through & My Picks

Hey Beauties!

I tend to be a creature of habit when it comes to my wardrobe, I find styles and outfits that I love and I stick to them with very little variation. The problem is, I constantly find myself inspired by new trends, the resurfacing of trends from years gone by and by the street style I see around me. Yet I never end up folding them into my own style portfolio. 

Well this is the year of change, of new adventures, and new style stories. I've made it my mission to incorporate as many new inspirations into my wardrobe as possible and I'm starting with an update to my collection of pants. I've compiled 4 styles that have been on my radar and that I'm seeing absolutely everywhere!

The Leather Legging

1. Coated Moto Leather Legging From Dynamite ($39.95) - high rise with a skinny leg and chic moto detailing - available in xs-xl 
2. Leather Look Legging From ASOS ($44.83) - high rise with elasticated inserts in the waist and a body con fit - available in size 0-14
3. Coated Legging From Dynamite ($32.95)- comfort of a knit with a coated finish - available in xs-xl

The Girlfriend Jean

1. Girlfriend Jean From Garage ($56.95) - particular wash sold out - relaxed fit, mid rise and rolled hems - available in sizes 00-15
2. Girlfriend Jean From Garage ($56.95) - casual and relaxed fit that sits right at the hip with just the right amount of stretch - available in sizes 00-15
3. The Rebel Rebel Jean From BDG at Urban Outfitters ($69.00) - the same distressed and comfy fit with a higher rise - available in sizes 24-34

Altheisure Chic 

1. Striped Tuxedo Jogger From Dynamite ($49.95) - pinstriped knit jogger with cropped length - available in sizes xs-xl
2. Checked Trousers with Stripes From Zara ($99.90) - wide leg checked trouser with side stripe and elastic waistband - available in sizes xs-xl
3. Trousers with Side Stripe From Zara ($35.90) - loose fitting trouser with side stripe and elasticized waist - available in sizes xs-xxl
4. Legging with Side Detail From Dynamite ($39.95) - high rise knitted legging with skinny leg and side stripe - available in sizes xxs-xl

The Suitwear Jogger

1. Sascha Workwear Jogger From Dynamite ($49.95) - particular print sold out - combine comfort and sophistication with a comfy fit, a pleated waistline and a dressy fabric - available in sizes xs-xl
2. Light Before Dark Pleat Front Pant From Urban Outfitters ($59.00) - woven mid rise pant with a vintage inspired design and slim straight leg - available in sizes xs-xl
3. Workwear Jogger From Dynamite ($49.95) - striped jogger pant with a sleek, slim fit and a drawstring closure - available in sizes xxs-xl

Which new style could you see yourself adding to your wardrobe?

*this post was created in collaboration with Dynamite/Garage and does feature sponsored links*



  1. Ohhhh nice! I own all but the suitwear jogger. Didn't even realize those were a thing. But, I have to say, I LOVE and would certainly be keeping my eyes out for them.

    Thrifting Diva

  2. You are so right about the pants you need in your wardrobe! I have to say I like girlfriend jeans way better than boyfriend jeans.

    April |

  3. Such great looks here! I really want a pair of girlfriend jeans, particularly for the summer when you want something more casual and loose-fitting.

  4. I am all about the athliesure and I love how it can be chic!

    -Michele Renee

  5. oh thanks for sharing these!! i've been thinking of getting some work pants, this post was just in time haha <3

  6. I always struggle breaking out of my comfort zone with pants, these are some great picks and they all look super comfy!

  7. I have a pair of leather leggings and I love them.

  8. Love the picks! I'm on a hunt for some really cool faux leather pants/leggings but still havent found them yet.

  9. I'm loving all of your picks! I've been really wanting to get a pair of leather leggings!

    The Blush Blonde

  10. I'm a big fan of all of these pants styles, I think I've worn/featured all of them on my blog before. Faux leather leggings are so great in the winter to layer with OTK boots and track pants are perfect for spring/summer.

    xo Sheree
    Posh Classy Mom

  11. These are all so cute! I have a big butt, so I'm never adventurous with pants but I need to try some of these!

  12. I'm loving the jogger trend! No reason you can't be comfortable at work!



  13. I have all of these and they're so versatile! Great list!

    xo Deborah
    Coffee, Prose, and Pretty Clothes

  14. I am a pants wearer 99% of the time! I couldn't do the leather or "ripped" jeans look (not a fan), but I do like the leisure and jogger pants. Those are my most common types of pants apparel.

  15. I am loving the jogger trend right now, especially since I work from home! I am always a leather legging gal too!

  16. These are great picks. I love your jean options but always feel like I'm going to ruin the designer holes. LOL.

  17. I love all these pants. I am really interested in getting my hands on a couple of suitwear joggers because I think that would really uplevel my wardrobe in 2018!

  18. I love all of these. I've been especially into athleisure chic!

  19. I’m not a fan of the suitwear joggers but the other 3 I do love! Especially the Altheisure chic pants!! Those are super cute!!!

  20. Style #4 in the Athleisure is my fave. I need to pick up a pair. :)

  21. I totally become a creature of habit! I need to be more adventurous with my wardrobe!

  22. These are all such great pants! I recently got myself a pair of leather leggings and have been wearing them all. the. time. Such a great staple for any closet!

    The Classic Brunette

  23. I really want some leather leggings!

  24. Leather leggings are my fave! I have some that look like leather, but actually aren't, and I wear them all the time. Love!


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