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5 Different Ways to Pair a Skirt with Pants

The word skirt likely conjures up images of mini-skirts that barely cover the thighs. And while there’s nothing wrong with this kind of skirt, it can be nice to wear something just a little different from the norm from time to time. If you want to make your skirt look more like pants and still maintain a classy appearance, try one of these five ways to pair a skirt with pants

1) Maxi Skirts

Maxi skirts are absolutely everywhere for good reason—they’re comfortable, fun, flirty and can be worn just about anywhere. Although maxi skirts have made quite a comeback from their ‘80s heyday, they’re still relegated to being used as beach cover-ups or event dresses. But that doesn’t mean you can’t incorporate maxi skirts into your everyday outfits! Here are five different ways to pair a skirt with pants so you can dress up your day-to-day wardrobe. The trick is to balance out proportions between your top and bottom halves. For example, if you’re wearing long sleeves on top, wear shorts on bottom; if you’re wearing shorts on top, wear a longer skirt underneath; if you want to show off some leg while keeping things modest in length overall, try adding an embellished belt over some tailored trousers. You get the idea—it all comes down to making sure there isn’t too much of one thing going on at once.

2) Short Dresses

Day-to-day life can be hectic, and it’s no surprise that women don’t always have time to think through their outfit combinations. Sometimes we want something simple but effective—and sometimes we just want things to be quick and painless. One way we can combine ease and glamour is choosing items that are already worn together in our wardrobe. For example, if you own a short dress, you can wear your favorite pair of pants underneath for an instant outfit. This is also an easy option for those who aren’t quite ready to commit to wearing pants or skirts on certain days. For instance, if you don’t feel comfortable wearing shorts at work (or any other place), try wearing them under your dress as a backup plan! If you get cold, simply lift up your skirt to reveal your secret weapon. Just make sure not to flash anyone! Denim + Chiffon: You might wonder why denim works so well with chiffon when they seem like such different fabrics; however, these two materials actually blend very well when paired together. The trick is finding jeans that match chiffon instead of competing against it.

3) Track Pants

The rise of women in sports has resulted in many pants being designed specifically for women’s bodies. Track pants are made out of stretchy material that is also water-repellent, and they offer more flexibility than traditional jeans while still feeling like real clothes. This makes them ideal for everyday wear; you can dress them up or down according to your needs and preferences. They are also incredibly comfortable! If you’re looking for an easy way to update your outfit without spending much money, track pants might be just what you need.
In addition to wearing them at home, try wearing track pants when going on a run or doing other outdoor activities; their versatility makes them great for any situation where comfort is key. And if you want extra warmth during colder months, try layering long underwear underneath—you will get extra warmth without sacrificing any style points! While they are not as popular as jeans, many women are starting to wear them regularly. If you’re worried about being too casual for work, don’t be! Track pants can be worn in an office setting just as easily as they can be worn at home.

4) Trousers

Trousers are ideal for everyday wear because they’re business casual. Wear them like you would any other pair of pants, just make sure you choose something above your ankle. If you have boots or sneakers in mind, wear them! Trousers are also great paired with over-the-knee socks or tights. This look gives off an edgy vibe that’s perfect for fall and winter. If you want to add some femininity into your outfit, add heels and jewelry! A blazer is also a must if you want to dress up trousers without looking too dressed up. Don’t forget to accessorize! You can never go wrong with a scarf or necklace. You can even try wearing a belt around your waist as well! Your belt will draw attention to your waistline and make it appear smaller than it actually is.

5) Dress Pants

For an easy and comfortable day-to-day look, dress pants are an easy choice. But that doesn’t mean you have to always wear traditional black or navy blue. In fact, you can make your workwear more fun by swapping out a dressy pant for one in bright colors or patterns like floral prints or plaids. Just be sure to keep your top simple—so as not to distract from your colorful bottoms. To take it up a notch, pair your colorful pants with heels or even some wedges. It will help elongate your legs while keeping things professional at work. You can also add some accessories to really pull off an all-out trendy look: Think bold earrings, a statement necklace, and perhaps even some patterned tights! However you choose to accessorize, just remember: Keep it clean! You don’t want your outfit looking too casual (like you just rolled out of bed) or too formal (like you went overboard on jewelry). Instead, find that sweet spot between fashionable and polished.