Classic black trousers are a timeless style staple that belong in everyone’s wardrobe. But which shape is best?

While it might seem like a straight forward decision, investing in a pair of black trousers can be a bit more troublesome than simply picking out your size. With a vast array of shapes and cuts available, deciding which style is for you can require a bit more thought.

Plain 7/8 Length Stretch Satin Trousers

 The 7/8th length has become popular over the last couple of years and is a firm favourite amongst fashion followers who love the elongating effects of flashing your ankles. This tailored style is a great way to add a modern twist on classic smart looks and can be teamed with heels and a button up shirt for an instant office-wear hit.

They also work great for more laid back looks. For effortless chic and classic Française style try teaming with a Breton stripe T-shirt and cute ballet flats.

 

 

Stretch Satin Bootcut TrousersSoftly Draping Wide Leg Trousers

Alternatively, if you want a true sophisticated classic that just oozes elegance, then a bootcut style is ideal. Perfect as part of a suit, try mixing and matching and team with a contrasting colour on top to balance out the flare. You could even pair with a collarless leather jacket for a statement making power style.

However, if comfort is what you value most then a wide leg is all you need. This flattering cut by Laura Clement is so easy to wear, but don’t forget to balance your outfit. A cropped jacket works great with the heavy bottoms and a pussy bow blouse never fails to look stylish.

What is your go to cut for classic black trousers?

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