Work Wear/business Casual

I enjoy working in a place where I can dress business-casual. It’s gives me versatility and expands my outfit choices and the variety of pieces to choose from.

One of my favorite pair of work pant styles is from Maurices called the “bengaline pant”. They are super comfy and high waisted to pull you all in nicely. The length is usually available in a short as well for us not so tall galls and they always have a multitude of colors and patterns. They have skinny as well as boot cut for whichever fit you choose. I will share a few here that I have but they are always changing and adding patterns and colors to fit the season. These can be styled with sweaters, blazers, blouses and with wedges, booties, heels or some cute mules.

This gray plaid pair is adorable! I was only able to pick up in store but linking similar online plaid pair.

https://www.maurices.com/product/black-bengaline-plaid-cropped-dress-pant/135675?ref_page=search


This top is from last season, light weight and super versatile. They have a very similar option this season that comes in several colors choices. It transitions nicely between winter/spring and summer/fall.


https://www.maurices.com/product/solid-twist-front-ribbed-sweater/132618


Another pattern style I grabbed in the fall. I linked a pairs below that would be perfect for spring.


https://www.maurices.com/product/black-bengaline-stripe-skinny-ankle-dress-pant/139336?ref_page=search

This top was an Amazon grab that I love. It’s getting to be slightly out of season color wise, but this particular style comes in several really cute patterns and at a great price point. It is also light weight so it’s a great layering piece. Could be paired with slacks or throw on a blazer to dress it up a little more with your favorite jeans. I have a cardigan in my hand as well to keep warm during the spring transition.

https://www.amazon.com/SweatyRocks-Womens-Leopard-Turtleneck-T-Shirt/dp/B07KPY18L6?th=1&psc=1

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