Wide-leg trousers are must-haves in any season wardrobes because they are so versatile in use, they can be worn to work, elevated for special occasions, and dressed down for weekends. But in the winter season when the weather is cold and freezy, what type of well-tailored wide-leg trousers should you go for? the answer is the ‘woolen wide-leg trousers’. The cold season calls for anything woolen that adds extra warmth when waiting for the bus/train to work, at a winter wedding, or out in the mall with friends.
Woolen trousers are a great investment for any winter wardrobe, they are classic meaning they will never run out of style, and the only reason you will keep going back to them to buy new ones is that they’ve worn out. Some come with pleats, while some are without pleats, some are buttoned and some are drawstrings, making them have a meaningful use – you can simply wear the buttoned version for work and special occasions while the drawstring ones can be worn on casual days off.
Finding the right fit of woolen trousers can be a bit overwhelming because, in the winter season, good woolen trousers need to be long to the ankles or just on the heels to give room for heeled shoes all for the sake of warmth and the fact that they sell out so quickly. Finding the right fit varies with bands, Mango, for example, has one of the best well-tailored woolen trousers to wear and this includes Karen Millen, COS, Arket, etc. This being said, to be able to enjoy your shopping experience, the advice is to try before you buy and be open to various options of styles/designs to make your choice flexible.
Finally, styling woolen trousers is very easy, pair them with a white poplin shirt along with ankle pointy-toe heeled boots and you’re ready for work, swap the boots for pointy-toe pumps, gold hardware mini belt, and a sparkly bag, and ‘you’re golden’ for special occasions, same goes with weekend wear, swap the poplin shirt to a sweater and finish with white sneakers and you’re weekend ready. You can also wear your woolen trousers with a sweater finished with a blazer for a good winter layering, don’t forget your ankle boots and structured tote bag to finish it off. The key is to keep it simple and ensure your colour choice are neutral colours like grey, black, tan brown, etc, with that, you can match them with any of your favourite fashion pieces in your wardrobe.
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