Owning a pair of black slacks just makes getting dressed for work so much easier, but wearing it almost every day of the week can also put you in a rut. Switch things up every now and then with a pair of colored pants! If you're unsure of how to wear yours in the office, here are a few outfit ideas to inspire you: 

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1. Start easy with an army green pair. These neutral pants are typically paired with blacks and whites. But for a refreshing combo, team them up with blouses in earthy tones like mustard yellow. 

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2. A pair of red pants can feel a bit too flashy for the office. Downplay this pair's dressy appearance with a casual white tee! 

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3. Strike a balance between dainty and sophisticated with a pair of pink slacks.   

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4. The perk of wearing a pair of light blue pants is that it's easy to style—just treat them like a pair of blue jeans!

Highlight a muted blue shade by matching it with crisp whites. 

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5. Colored pants can feel just as corporate as black slacks when they come in deep jewel tones like burgundy, emerald, and of course, navy blue: 

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6. Brown-colored trousers may be the safest choice out of the bunch, but there are plenty of ways to style them.

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Wear them with a top in the same color family like rustic orange. 

How about a grey sweater to make the neutral color pop? 

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Keep things interesting with a printed button-down shirt: 

Try a monochromatic combo to look put-together: 

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