Hey guys! I literally just updated my Old Navy Spring Try-On Haul, and these Pull-On Anytime Chino Pants are probably my favorite purchase of the season. I purchased the Abalone Pink in a regular Size 0, and I don’t want to take them off. For being so relaxed, they’re amazingly versatile! They’ve quickly become my favorite “lounging” pants– especially on long travel days, and I love that they also can be dressed up for work, cocktails, or date night! If you’re not quite sold yet or you have no idea how to wear them, today’s post is all about how to style chino pants!
These chinos do have a drawstring, so to avoid looking too relaxed, I paired mine with a dressier cami top. What I love about this combo is that you can easily pop on a nude blazer, and it’s instantly work appropriate. Also, if you want to go casual, trade in the cami for a white tee and a baseball cap. See? Crazy versatility! If you’re not a fan of pink, these chinos also come in army green, red/orange, marigold, and brownish khaki. Head down to the bottom of this post for full outfit details!
I also wanted to highlight this pink tote bag. It’s from Walmart’s Time and Tru line, and I got it last spring. My closet’s been going through a bit of a revamp, so I literally just re-discovered it… I’m a big fan. It’s reversible and reminds me of the $50+ reversible Nordstrom tote that everyone went crazy over a few years ago. This color flies in and out of stock, so if it’s not available online, you might have better luck in stores.
Still have questions about how to wear chino pants? Doesn’t matter if it’s about the fit of this particular pair or about chinos in general. Leave me an email or shoot me a comment– I’m happy to help!
Photography by Catherine Rhodes.