Learn how to style the pant 5 different ways

As we head into winter we find ourselves swapping out our fun summer dresses and skirts and opting for more appropriate coverage in the form of trousers, jeans and pants. How about checking out the Capture Pant?

We take a look at 5 ways to wear one of the most versatile styles of the season: the Capture Pant. Available in 9 different colours including our favourites; raspberry, grey and khaki, these pants are perfect for everyday wear. Here are 5 ways to wear the Capture Pant that we just love:

Dressing for those in between days can be tricky, that’s why we love layering
Dressing for those in between days can be tricky, that’s why we love layering

Winter Layers
Dressing for those in between days can be tricky, that’s why we love layering. Go for neutral separates when making your purchases, that way it’s much easier to mix and match items throughout the season. We love the Capture Pant in black paired with a longline cardigan like this Emerge style, a simple tee and knee high boot – add some cute accessories for added oomph like this Next Scarf in animal print.

Pair the Capture Pant with the Capture Puffer Vest
Pair the Capture Pant with the Capture Puffer Vest

Weekend Adventurer
Don’t let the change in season put a damper on your adventurous side, there’s a million things to get out and do and a million ways you can look stylish doing so. There’s nothing worse than struggling up that mountain, going to snap a selfie of your success and realising you’re wearing your daggy trackies, that’s why we love this outfit. Pair the Capture Pant with a roll neck jumper, a puffer vest like this Capture style and a comfy sneaker like the Capture Pull on Sneaker – add a beanie for function and fashion, we love this Next Formal Beanie in black.

Finish your preppy look off with a casual loafer style shoe
Finish your preppy look off with a casual loafer style shoe

Preppy
Are you a more traditional dresser? Perhaps the preppy look is for you then. This look is polished enough for any occasion and is easy to pull off; you most likely have all of these co-ordinates in your cupboard already. Pair the Capture Pant in stone, a classic white shirt and a cosy v neck knit like this Capture style. Finish your preppy look off with a casual loafer style shoe like the Emerge Albert Tassel Loafer and a Crossbody Bag.

We'll be wearing ours with a roll neck top, jeans and boots for a casual and cool weekend look - add a longline necklace to complete your outfit.
We’ll be wearing ours with a roll neck top, jeans and boots for a casual and cool weekend look – add a longline necklace to complete your outfit.

Country Chick
Whether you’re a country girl or not dressing in this style is comfortable, casual and heaps of fun. It doesn’t mean you need to go out and buy a big buckle belt and pointed boots, you can rock this look with everyday essentials you may already have. To pull this look off we put together the Capture Casual Pocket Shirt in check, the Capture Pant in grey, black, blue or stone and the super soft and oh-so-warm Capture Drape Vest. If you are going country try these Trelise Cooper For Breast Cancer Printed Gumboots, not only will you be aiding in the fight against breast cancer but they’re really, really cute.

Don’t be afraid to play around with colours and textures to mix your looks up.
Don’t be afraid to play around with colours and textures to mix your looks up.

Street Chic
With all of our casual outfits sorted we need a little something to take us into night and the Capture Pant is perfect for that too. For a look that will see you through dinner and drinks in comfort and style try pairing the pant with the Capture Wrap Jumper or a similar wrap style, a classic heel like this one and a longline coat like this Capture Shawl Collar Coat.

Don’t be afraid to play around with colours and textures to mix your looks up. By buying staple styles in classic tones like the Capture Pant in black, grey or stone you can add splashes of print and pattern and wear your basics in a million different ways.

Which style best suits you? Do you stick with one style or mix it up with your mood?