How to Wear Palazzo Pants- Three Different Ways


Palazzo pants are a huge trend this summer, and for good reason. They’re such a versatile staple in your wardrobe and can take you from day to night, office to music festival grounds. And the fact that they’re extremely comfortable rocks too! Check out three different ways to sport the trend with these affordable options!

 To Work/Internship:

Even when you’re in the office, don’t be afraid of patterns! It’s easy to get in the routine of sticking to basics, but a patterned pair palazzo pants (that’s a lot of “p’s”) can easily transition your already existing wardrobe staples to an on trend ensemble. This pair from Target isn’t too loud, but still makes a statement! Pair it with a fitted top and a blazer and you’re good to go!


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To A Music Festival:

When you’re going to be outside for an extended period of time, you want to be comfortable. When you’re going to be taking a lot of pictures, you want to be cute. So why compromise? With a bold pair of palazzo pants like these ones from Forever 21,  you can look fashion forward while wearing looser clothing. Throw on a blousey crop top and get ready to enjoy the music!

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For a Night Out:

Anyone who knows me knows my love for black clothing. While I am guilty of pulling off the black-on-black clothing trend, there’s no guilt involved when you wear it at night! A pair of basic palazzo pants like these, also from Target, go great with anything! For a sleek look, pair them up with a black top and add a pop of color in your jewelry or shoes. And remember, comfort and style can coincide- if you have the confidence you can pull off anything!


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Katie Wyckoff
My name's Katie and I'm a Client Relations Manager at OCM 🙂 Born and raised a Jersey girl, I have a love affair with fashion and makeup. I love spending time with family and friends and offering my services for free while I try to obtain my makeup artistry license. I'm also a complete History nerd, and a recent graduate of The College of New Jersey.