I purchased this awesome pair of Rag & Bone pants on my recent trip to Boston. It was love at first sight! And despite the helpful clerk trying to convince me the black with white stripe would be more practical … they came home with me! He clearly didn’t know who he was dealing with. So to demonstrate their TRUE practicality I have opted to style them nine different ways. #AlwaysRight
The Rag and Bone Pants
The pants actually come in a few different colors but I’m loving the bright red ones the best!
The pants are likely sold out from the original source but I linked tons of options below and even found the original pants in a few sizes. Keep scrolling ….
Rag and Bone Pants 9 Ways
Here are the nine looks I came up with starting with the most conservative and moving toward the most fun!!
Professional and put together, this is an easy outfit for the office. With a button-up black silk blouse and classic black pumps your unobservant coworkers probably wont even notice the stripe.
Classic White (or off-white)
Another classic pairing. Opt for a crisp white button down or (since mine was at the dry cleaners) an off-white wrap top.
Black Sleeveless Sweater
For this look I went with a classic sweater shell for the top but I opted to take things up a notch with white pumps!
Black and Blush
Red and Blush is one of my favorite pairings. To keep this tank professional I include a cropped jacket and classic black pumps.
This just might be my favorite look. A classic wrap cardigan with an unexpected bright trim and bow.
For this look I’m going all in on the royal red shade! I love a monochromatic look. It is also a great way to make the stripe center stage!!
Another one of my favorite color pairings; baby blue and red! The unique lines of this top are the real stand out though! To play up the look even more … white pumps!
For the boldest look of them all opt for a floral blouse in a bright contrasting green. There is just enough red in the blouse to make this work (and both the red and green are bright enough to not feel too holiday).