High waisted chinos, three ways W/ GAP

It’s that time of year where I look for versatile transitional items for my wardrobe and I always see chinos as items that are worth investing in because there are a million and one ways to style them! You can wear them to the office or dressed down they go with anything and suit anyone! These Gap chinos I’m wearing here are a pastel mint shade, which is the colour I’m really digging at the moment. It’s a perfect shade for SS19 and can be easily worn with any colour or shade that you have lying around in your closet. These chinos (part of the #gapiskhaki campaign) are high waisted which pulls me in helping to finish the look off whilst helping elongate my legs with their cropped above the ankles fit.

I’ve teamed up with Gap to show you three different ways to style your new favourite pair of chinos.

Denim Jacket and White Sleeveless Tee

The first way I’ve styled this look is wearing one of Springs must have, the denim jacket. Here I’m wearing Gaps new Oversized denim jacket (here and stick true to size as it’s designed to be oversized). I’ve teamed it with Gap’s white sleeveless basic tee (here) which is a wardrobe staple in its own right. This is one of my favourite looks for an off-duty weekend look that’s effortlessly pulled together.

Blue linen shirt

The blue linen shirt (here) is a nice contrast against the chinos. Where I don’t work in an office all week long it’s nice to be able to wear shirts mixed with your everyday look, and it’s a firm favourite amongst the fashion pack if you are wanting to throw on something that screams “I got this”!

Oatmeal Linen Shirt

The shirt I have been dreaming about. My obsession with the camel/beige tones hasn’t faded away and I seem to incorporate more and more of this shade into my wardrobe so it was a no brainer when I saw this (here) as it works so well with these chinos in highlighting the pastel tone of the trousers.



This post is in collaboration with GAP. All items were picked, styled and directed by me. All words and opinions are that of my own. 




1 Comment

  1. Jennifer
    March 23, 2019 / 12:36 pm

    You look simply amazing. I find gap clothing difficult to assess sizing, do you mind me asking what size the trousers are? Are they true to size?x

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