CITY STYLE in ARGENT

There's nothing like a piece of clothing that not only looks good, but feels even better. Partnered up with ARGENT, a female empowering apparel company that creates clothing for the working woman that dares to take an bold approach in office wear.  I picked out 4 incredible pieces from their recent collection and incorporated them with my wardrobe to create four looks for the casual city life. 

Trackpant Trouser

A little bird told me that these pants were one of ARGENT's bestsellers and I can definitely see why. The Trackpant Trouser is one of the most versatile pair of pants I've ever worn. You can wear them with a black body suit, a basic white tee, you favorite knit sweater and still have a complete look. There's just something about a tuxedo stripe that makes a pair of pants look and feel really cool


Technical Trench Coat

This trench coat is honestly one of my absolute favorite pieces from this collection. It's water/wind resistant and has amazing 4-way stretch! This trench has already become a staple that I know I'd wear on a daily basis, regardless if my look is casual or on the formal side. And did I mention pockets?


Mustard Wide Leg Trouser

I feel as though with a lot of trousers (for me), they either fit really well around the butt and not anywhere well, or they have other problems where my waist/butt have issues but the length is great. #tallgirlproblems. These warm mustard-colored trousers effortlessly brighten up my outfit as well as brighten up my day. They're extremely comfortable, as all the clothing from ARGENT is, and compliments my figure in all the right places. 


Tomato Crossover Blazer

Considered me converted, I am officially a blazer person! Funny enough the color is what attracted me this piece before the thought of the actually fit. The Crossover Blazer is breathable, has some stretch that ultimately just makes you feels really good while wearing. Can be worn with a blouse or not, still an amazing piece!


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