One Item, Four Ways: Frankie Shop Bea Camel Trousers

frankie shop bea pants review and styling ideas blog post

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Earlier this year, I decided that I was upping my pants game. No longer am I spending money on pants that look great but aren’t comfortable enough to sit in for more than 10 minutes. Also, good riddance to pants that crease easily and are made of high maintenance fabrics demanding expensive trips to the dry cleaner. From now on, it’s comfortable trousers that fit and feel like a dream. Too much to ask? I thought so too, but even I outdid myself.

Every woman should have a pair of pants that make her feel amazing, and for me, I’ve got nothing but praise for my favourite pair – The Frankie Shop Bea Trousers. If you’re in the same boat as me with your pants game, I invite you to come along with me for the ride, while I list all the things I love about these pants!

blog post featuring asian petite woman wearing frankie shop bea trousers and review

Frankie Shop trousers (also here) (sz S) styled with Gianvito Rossi heels (also here), Scanlan Theodore top (similar here and here), Celine bag (review here; preloved here and here), Ray Ban sunglasses

The Frankie Shop Bea pants are your classic, dictionary definition of business-casual work pants – but the best possible version of that. Tailored but relaxed, a versatile straight leg style that look great both cropped and full-length (depending on your height and preference) and low maintenance. They’re machine-washable and they’re made from a wrinkle resistant fabric so you can be sitting at your desk for hours and not worry about making an entrance into your next meeting as ‘Crease Lightning’ (yessss, I made that up!).

They’re the pants you’ll want to have in multiple colours… which is exactly what I’ve done by adding the chocolate version to my wardrobe. The Bea pants are up for anything – pair them with a blazer and heels and you’re boardroom ready, and wear them with flats and a tee when off-duty and you look effortlessly chic. Here are four of the many ways that I’ve enjoyed styling them:

#1 – S/S Business Casual

Frankie Shop trousers (also here) (sz S) styled with Gianvito Rossi heels (also here), Scanlan Theodore top (similar here and here), Celine bag (review here; preloved here and here), Ray Ban sunglasses

#2 – A/W Business Casual

blog post featuring asian petite woman wearing frankie shop bea trousers with review on sizing and everlane cashmere sweater

Frankie Shop trousers (also here) (sz S) styled with Everlane cashmere knit* (size XS), Celine bag (review here; preloved here and here), Dior slingbacks, Ray Ban sunglasses

#3 – Monochromatic

blog post featuring asian petite woman wearing frankie shop bea trousers and review and curated tailored coat

Frankie Shop trousers (also here) (sz S) styled with Everlane cashmere knit* (size XS), The Curated coat*, Gianvito Rossi heels (also here), Celine bag (review here; preloved here and here), Ray Ban sunglasses

#4 – Off-duty chic

Frankie Shop trousers (also here) (sz S) styled with M&S trench*, Arket t-shirt (sz S), Everlane flats* (review here), Ray Ban sunglasses, Celine bag (review here)

Thanks again for stopping by!

P.S. You can check out how I’ve styled other wardrobe staples as part of my ‘One Item, Four Ways’ styling series.

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