I get a lot of requests for work attire and lately, some women asked for my advice on how to wear red pants to work.
Now I have taken the liberty to share some of my favorite style tips to wear red pants during for summer, winter, fall, or spring seasons. If you’re a fan of aesthetic casual outfits, you will love these styles too.
When it comes to work pants, everything is pretty basic and frankly a little boring. I understand. Sometimes clothes need to be toned down a bit depending on the circumstances. But if you can add some sparkle and color to your pants, well, it will make all the difference to your look… and your attitude!
Button up stripped shirt and pants with white sandals
Designers are paying attention to this once-overlooked piece of the garment and giving us amped-up volume, longer length, interesting detailing and never-before see silhouettes. The Statement Sleeve is fresh, fun, sexy, and feminine, which is why I love it so much.
Black leather jacket with white shirt & red skinny pants
Accessories will always be the best way to start trying a new trend if you have your reservations. You can find bracelets, pashminas, belts, bags, etc… with leopard print, which you can use to give an incredible touch to your look.
White inner top and trench coat with red pants
While the classic and most frequently seen style of trousers to pair with a long white coat is the blue denim jeans, red is in a league all of its own. With red being a very bold, warm color it is not uncommon to spot it during the spring, fall and summer seasons.
Tucked in white shirts with red pants
This look has become my quick and easy uniform for long, busy days. It’s been perfect for going from meetings to evening events. I did just that yesterday. I went from a client meeting to an industry party just by switching to a clutch purse.
Turquoise blue balloon wrap top with red pants
I shared one look a couple of weeks back on Instagram reels but I noticed someone mentioned that they couldn’t show shoulders while at work. Which is bananas to me! I love showing off my good set of shoulders. People should be able to show them off from time to time!
Blue dotted long sleeve top with skinny red pants
A great look with a blue dotted blouse and red denim bottoms completed by a beautiful duffle blue bag. Combined with other accessory trends, will be on the rise for some time!
High neck bodysuit top with a boyfriend blazer and red pants
If you are short of fashion ideas and you need to make it to work on time without looking flushed in red. Try a bodysuit top with blazers and round sunglasses to bring out the elegance of the outfit.
Bold brown striped shirt and red pants with brown accessories
All these pieces together create a long, lean, and professional look that will make you feel like you can conquer anything that comes at you, especially in the office.
Blue denim with red pants
This red chic trousers can easily be dressed up or down. I like the mix of formal and professional appeal created with the casual jacket. The light blue tones the pants down a bit and adds a soft and gentle edge.
Animal skin jacket with black top and red pants
Here we see a classic cheetah jacket paired with skinny red cropped pants completed with black heeled shoes. Unless you are a platinum blond, lights are low contrast so prints and outfits that are low contrast are best for you.
Black leather jacket paired with black top and skinny red pants
Celebrities made headlines with denim red pants this season! Hayden Panettiere rocked a pair of moto-chic black ankle boots and red leather skinnies while out and about.
White spaghetti hand top with red pants
A tighter bodysuit and a little more fluid pants can also be a perfect option for office wear. It’s a great option for those who want to show a little skin, in addition to giving a few meters more height. Another option is to bet on the all-white lace top and just close the look with a red piece, like a blazer or a lighter jacket!
Crispy white crop top with red palazzos
Loose pants always pair seamlessly with a form-fitting crop top. As the attention ends up going to the waist because of the lashing, it is worth betting on a cropped a little more neutral in your look. Pair this outfit with sleek red pointy-toe pumps and a silver flight bag.
White chiffon top with red pants and nude jacket
If you’re looking to wear red to the office, try wearing a nude blazer and your red trousers with a white top or blouse underneath for a sophisticated and formal appearance.
Color block in a mix of pink and red
Most women are afraid of wearing color blocks. But guess what? Color blocking is on trend now. This will create a sleek and stylish look that is perfect for work or any other formal occasion, and you will really pop out among your colleagues.
Belted red pants paired with a black top
These would look so cute with a sunny fall or spring work day or a spicy little bodysuit for going out. If you want to fully embrace this fiery hue, go for all-red-everything. A pair of belted trousers looks effortlessly chic with a matching red sweater.
Red pants with a matching jacket
I absolutely adore a matching top and bottom look paired with a stunning inner stop. Grab your favorite purse to complete the outfit and stride those legs in sneakers to give a swagger casual office look.
Deep V-neck top and high waist red pants in Bordeaux
Red and silk just go so well together. Wear this soft set while at home or out-and-about to look and feel absolutely glorious. Then complete the look with a black hand bad and sunglasses for a simple yet elegant outfit.
Combined neutral colors for a natural glow
The best combination of colors is red, black, and white. Red trousers with a white jacket and black top underneath seem like an ideal professional causal look. Black shoes, a black-toned bag, and black round sunglasses seem like a great choice to finish the look beautifully.
White top with red pants
Black obviously goes with just about anything—and red pants are no exception. Grab your favorite halter top and a chain necklace to recreate this look.
Now tell me: what do you think of these styles? Do they meet your standards or are you from the team that prefers more neutral and basic looks?
Always remember to leave that basic little bit in the comments. I can’t wait to hear how you rocked your red pants to work.