Outfits

The Esperanza Pant: 5 Ways

The Esperanza pant is (unsurprisingly) one of our best-selling items this year. It’s quite popular in the corduroy, which we’ll style soon, but I want to show you how it looks in tencel!

Unlike any other pant we’ve had before, the Esperanza has a zipper and button closure. It has a cleaner look with only elastic in the back because you know how much we love elastic waistbands.

I’ve styled the Esperanza five different ways with outfits that can literally be worn from the office to the farmer’s market.

Outfit 1: Striped sweater and mules

The French tuck is your best friend with these trousers. Partially tucking your top into high-rise pants creates the illusion of longer legs. When you wear high-rise pants, you risk looking shorter. However, with the French tuck, it ensures your legs look longer.

This outfit requires minimal thinking because stripes with anything automatically look great together. I partially tucked in this sweater to my pants and added mules to show some ankle. I’m rather short (5’2.5″) so I like to create the illusion of height with the french tuck and mules!

Esperanza Pant: Sotela

Sweater: Secondhand

Andie Bra: Free Label

Mules: Able

Outfit 2: Cropped Red Sweater and boots

I bought this sweater at a sample sale last year from Solo Six and it’s a winter staple in my wardrobe. I love it so much, which is why you’ve probably seen it before.

You will see a recurring theme of tucked in tops because it makes me look taller! My red sweater is partially tucked into my pants with a rolled hem and boots. I cuffed my trousers, but it would easily look just as good without.

Esperanza Pant: Sotela

Andie Bra: Free Label

Sweater: Solo Six

Boots: Nicora

Outfit 3: Crewneck sweater and tennis shoes

I was surprised at how smooth this crewneck sweater fully tucked into my pants. This outfit can easily be worn for multiple outings like the farmers market then brunch with the girls. It’s casual, comfortable, and chic.

The Esperanza pant is uncuffed, but it would also look great cuffed at the hem! Since my ankle is still pretty visible with these Nike’s, I didn’t feel the need to shorten my pants.

Esperanza Pant: Sotela

Andie Bra: Free Label

Sweater: Tradlands

Tennis Shoes: Nike

Outfit 4: Linen button-up shirt and mules

I call this my Audrey Hepburn outfit. It felt very 1950’s with the tied button up shirt and trousers. This outfit would look great with any button-up shirt and can be worn tied at the waist for an elongated look or down.

Esperanza Pant: Sotela

Andie Bra: Free Label

Button-up Shirt: Everlane

Mules: Able

Outfit 5: Crewneck sweater layered over linen button-up shirt and mules

If I worked at an office, I would 100% wear this outfit. And if I felt like getting fancy, I would wear a cashmere sweater instead of a crewneck.

Mules are my version of heels so this outfit works for so many occasions!

Esperanza Pant: Sotela

Andie Bra: Free Label

Sweater: Tradlands

Button-up Shirt: Everlane

Mules: Able

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