Vinyl pants are versatile and will always be a staple in my wardrobe. Fashion bloggers and influencers often shop for outfits to shoot in. Unfortunately, I’m not there yet. I will one day be an influencer who can spend 1,000 on Gucci bags because I am being booked back-to-back and don’t have to return them! These vinyl pants were my first purchase. I was excited about all the different looks it could be styled with. It had to be something I could wear beyond my blogging/photography duties. Recently, I was unsure if vinyl could be worn in the office. It was too heavy for me so I decided to not wear it. I was wrong. I was able to ignore my inner doubts and ended up wearing the vinyls to work. Below are some important tips for wearing vinyl at work.
Tip 1 – Be aware of the colors that you are incorporating vinyl pants
When wearing black to work, my style tip is to wear neutral colors. This photo shows me wearing Dark Navy and Grey.
Other neutral colors you can wear with black vinyl pants. A bright pink sweater would be fine, but the neutral colors give the pants Cake Smash Photography a professional look when worn with black vinyl pants. It is fashionable enough to be trendy, but professional enough for work.
Tip 2. Layer it! Layer it with a Blazer or Cardigan or Trench Coat.
Spring is upon us, but we must not forget how adorable outfits can look when you layer! I love blazers! Blazers can transform an outfit. Blazers are a great accessory that can transform any outfit. Truthfully, I thought that this outfit was perfect with the black vinyl pants and grey top. I felt something click in my head, and decided to add another layer. This will give the ensemble a professional edge.
Tip 3: Wear a blouse vinyl pants or sweater as your top
I recommend pairing your black vinyl pants with a turtleneck sweater or blouse if you don’t wish to layer it with a Blazer or cardigan. Remember, you are at work. Both options will give you a professional, chic look that can be paired with cute shoes. When you present yourself, it is important to put your best foot forward. People hear me tell them all the time to dress for the job they want and not the one you have.