Reader Question: Can I Wear White Pants to the Office?

This question seems to come up about this time every year. Yes! You can wear white pants to the office. It’s all about how you style the look. Last year we showed you 3 casual and business casual outfits with white pants perfect for the office. This year we searched Polyvore for looks we would deem office appropriate.


White pants for spring/1
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White pants for spring/1 by Jelena M S featuring Burberry Prorsum pants


For a business casual office, layer a light weight cardigan over a simple tank. Jelena M S finished the look with a light blue satchel and pearls.


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Morning: At coffee table by Seelah featuring Chloé tote bags


Going from the office to dinner and drinks with friends? Pairing a satin blouse with a blazer and peep toe pumps makes the look professional during the day and easy to transition for a night out on the town.


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159:shape by butterQ featuring Steven Alan tops


For a casual day in the office we referred to butterQ’s set with a cotton rolled sleeve blouse over white pants. Gingham clutch is adorable for summer.


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marine II by Nadine B Martin . featuring Planet tops


Our final look has the most classic business casual feel. Keep your white pants Workchic with a blue striped shirt and navy cardigan.

Our friends on Polyvore are very creative! These looks will definitely be inspiring our summer work wardrobes. We would love to hear how you style your white pants for the office. Leave us a comment here or share your sets with us on Polyvore.

 These two styles of white pants are perfect for the office.

Bien Abye White Pants Gap White Linen Pants

Silk pants from Bien Abye have a short slit at the hem to expose your summer sandals. For a more casual alternative, try Gap White Linen Pants.  Happy Shopping!

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