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There’s something about a crisp pair of khaki trousers or slacks that feels fresh and out of the ordinary for this time of year. A heavier fabric than most, it’s versatile enough to act as a proper substitute for your trusted blue jeans or black trousers.
Khaki tones and muddy greens are enjoying their time in the limelight at the moment and the high street have presented its many interpretations with how it can be worn. It’s the perfect hue to gently ease you out of your mid-winter comfort zone of blacks and navy, and looks crisp against white knits and tees.
The options available at the moment are seemingly endless! Scroll down for spot-on ways of styling khaki and to see my picks to test-drive the colour yourself.
Not only do khaki pants work similarly to denim in the sense they can act as a neutral and pair well with other colours and patterns, they also feel innately more dressed up than jeans. I’ve featured some of the best straight leg khaki styles to suit a range of budgets – including this affordable pair that I’m sporting in the above images.
Check out these chic all-in-one options I’ve featured below that would work for both the office and off-duty. The best part? They’re all under $200.
A muted khaki tone works so well in tops and knits. I’ve featured some options to suit a range of budgets below (including this top that is currently in transit on its way to me!).
And for a pop of khaki, here are some versatile shoe, belt and bag options that tick the all-important form and function boxes.
I hope this post provided you with some inspiration for styling khaki. Thanks for stopping by!
P.S. The style lessons I wish I’d learnt before my 30s and the five colour combinations that always work.