How to Style Cargo Pants!

by Shanthomas87

One of the biggest trends right now is cargo pants! They are EVERYWHERE! They are in denim, in color, and everything in between! At first I wasn’t so sure of what I thought about this trend coming back (hello 90’s! We are back!), but after trying a few styles- I am a fan! Check out what I found!

Let’s start with this pair of green cargo pants! This exact pair is from Shein, and they are only $15! I sized up to a medium to get the baggy look that is very on trend right now. To keep it simple for this first look, I just paired it with a basic white tee and white sneakers. This is a great causal look, and easy to recreate! The whole look is linked here.

Here are three more ways you can style those same $15 cargo pants! As you can see, you can easily dress them up as well!

Look # 1:

I kept that same white tee on, but added a white blazer and a pair of clear heels! You can see that by adding those items, it completely changes the look of this outfit! You can now wear these cargo pants out for happy hour, or even for date night!

Look # 2:

For this look, I just added a basic white button up and a pair of natural heels. This is easily an outfit that you could wear into the office or workplace!

Look # 3:

Here is another casual look with those same cargo pants. I just added a striped tee and a jean jacket, and completed the look with my black sneakers. This is a perfect weekend look.

All three looks are linked here.

I also wanted to include these cropped cargo pants from Walmart in this blog! This is an easier way to try this trend in my opinion. Because the pants are more fitted and cropped, they are a little easier to style. I just styled them here with a black tank and jean jacket. They are $32, and run true to size. They also come in 3 other colors. These looks are linked here.

That’s all I’ve got for you today! What do you think of this trend? Which way would you most likely wear cargo pants?

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