Sometimes, all you need is one perfect pair of pants, and we finally found ours. It’s the Wicklow Chino by Frank & Eileen, which shouldn’t surprise you because they’ve also cornered the perfect white button-down market, and you can wear them everywhere. These pants are everything I love about uniform dressing: chic, comfortable, and easy to pair with almost everything in my closet. Plus, they come in twelve different colors!
If you’re going to stock up on a pant, then you should have tons of way to style it. Designed with influence from California and Italy, this stonewashed chino is something I reach for again and again in my closet. Sometimes I wear it exactly the same way for chic uniform dressing, and sometimes I switch it up. Since this article is all about one style, I’m going to break down a bunch of different ways you can wear the Frank & Eileen Wicklow chino pant.
You know I have a soft spot for white – whether it’s in the winter or in the blazing heat of late summer. Right now, I’m wearing my winter whites with flat black ankle boots and an extra-cozy white cable-knit sweater. Later in the summer, it’ll be all about a pretty colorful top and chic sandals to wear out for date night.
Everyone needs a go-to pair of black pants. The Wicklow is an easy piece to convert from day to night, or work to going out. When I’m dressing it down, I go for a plain white t-shirt in an extra-soft material with sneakers. When I’m dressing it up? It’s all about a colorful heel and a slouchy black blazer.
I’ve been wearing a lot more navy lately. I think it’s a lot softer than black, and can be more flattering. Especially when it’s spring or summer. Lately, I’ve been rocking a black cashmere sweater. But as soon as it starts warming up, I’ll slip into my favorite white linen shirt and Birkenstocks.
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