So I first tried these satin pull-on pants because I fell in love with this matching set. I loved the look of head-to-toe satin and when both the pants and the blazer were actually as comfortable in-person as they looked online I was almost completely sold.
The Comfy Satin Pants We Want To Live In (Dress ‘Em Up Or Dress ‘Em Down)
This blazer is one of the most comfortable, best-fitting blazers I’ve ever worn — there’s structure to it without it being too stiff or uncomfortable. And the pants? Literally feel like wearing pj’s. There’s a slight bit of stretch to the fabric and it’s heavy enough that it drapes well and doesn’t feel cheap. I LOVE everything about it…except the color. I’m just such a black/grey/camel girl that straight brown is hard.
Gah, how I wish they would have made the blazer in black! But, since they didn’t, I couldn’t part with the entire outfit. Instead, I kept the pants–in black!–and came up with a bunch of ways to dress them up or down. Because pants that feel like this deserve a spot in my closet, and not just as part of a suit I take out to wear once in a while.
2 Ways To Dress Satin Pants Up
OK, so just because I don’t have a matching black blazer doesn’t mean these pants aren’t super-easy to dress up. Add some heels or sandals, a cute top and you’re good to go…lipstick and accessories always work too!
1. Style With a Bodysuit & Strappy Sandals
Abercrombie’s bodysuits are my favorite because they’re so incredibly comfortable and don’t show panty lines. This one is soft and stretchy, and perfect for when you don’t want to deal with tucking (and it also comes in white). I’d add some accessories and a smokey eye to dress it up even more.
Add Some Sparkles & Heels
At over 50% off (under $25), this top is such a steal! I love the fit — the way it falls perfectly off the shoulder and the elastic waist that keeps it draped above the pants. My mom tried it on and immediately ordered one for herself. I’m wearing it with a bralette here because I still need to find a comfy strapless and it works great. This is just a fun top to throw on for a little extra sparkle (I love it with ripped jeans, too — also in rose gold).
2 Ways To Dress Satin Pants Down
These pants are satin, but because of the laid-back/wide-leg style dressing them down is also really easy. I love that they work with both flat shoes and heels.
With a Knotted Henley & Flip Flops
This is probably one of my favorite tops–I got it during the Nordstrom sale, and love how incredibly soft and comfy it is. It’s supposed to be a lounge/pj top but I wear it all the time because I love that open neckline (can also be buttoned up). It’s easy to tuck in (or half-tuck) but I also love the way it looks knotted at the side. It’s another top that works great with a bralette and the neckline shows off layered necklaces.
With A Crewneck & Sneakers
I’m in love with my new Adidas sneakers with Swarovski crystals on them. Over the top? Maybe. But they make me happy I’m 100% OK with that. Throw on a crewneck sweater/long sleeve top and you’re good to go.
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