5 Colorful Work Pants to Brighten Up Your Office Style

Too often office clothing can be dreary. Who want’s to put on a gray suit when it’s sunny outside. Someone pointed out to me that I make a lot of neutral toned work outfits. So to get me out of that rut this post is all about bright and colorful sustainable pants. Look 1 has the most professional styling of the bunch. The color palette is bright pink with that electric blue jacket as a final bright accent. Look 4 is also someone professional but without a blazer. Look 3 is probably the brightest it outfit. It has red, orange, and blue. Finally, look 2 foreshadows an upcoming series I thinking about!

 

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Ovide Jacket

Made with vegetable latex, that is collected in containers where the sap of the rubber tree flows. The syringes used help fight against deforestation and allow the Amazon to continue to grow.

Michael Stars Top

Made ethically in Los Angeles.

Nicholas Kirkwood mules

Made using beautiful sustainable leathers from Italy. The lining of this pair is carefully tanned with organic rhubarb roots and the soles are made from composite recycled leather.

Theory Pants

Made with traceable, ethical wool from Italy.

Nannacay bag

Nannacay supports female craftsmanship in Brazil with all pieces woven singlehandedly by artisans.

Shwood Sunglasses

Made with sustainably sourced wood and natural cellulose acetate.

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Amur Pants

Made ethically with organic linen and cotton.

Wewood Sunglasses

WeWood makes their sunglasses from organic, sustainable wood and partners with American Forests, the oldest nonprofit organization in the U.S., to plant one tree for every product it sells.

Mara Hoffman top

Made with organic cotton woven by artisans in India.

Fabio Rusconi

Produced in Italy with ethically and environmentally sound manufacturing practices,

Muun Bag (Other bag sold out)

 

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Mara Hoffman Pants

Made in Peru with organic cotton.

Earth Wood Sunglasses 

Frames made with sustainable wood.

Matt & Nat bag

Made ethically with vegan PU.

Stella Pardo Mules

These Parisian-influenced designs are knit with centuries-old, traditional Peruvian techniques that ensure each item is truly one-of-a-kind. Using only the most luxe, high-quality wools, each garment is ethically sourced and handmade by artisans in Peru.

Urban Renewal Top

Made from remnant fabric rolls in the USA.

Agmes Earrings

Crafted in the USA from recycled sterling silver

 

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Nine to Five Heels

Produced ethically and sustainably in Portugal with vegetable tanned E.U. weather.

Paul Smith Pants

Made with traceable materials in Italy.

Stella McCartney Top

Made ethically with organic cotton.

Earth Wood Sunglasses

All Saints Bag

Made from ethically sourced calf leather.

Stella McCartney Sunglasses

Made ethically in Italy with acetate.

Zeus + Dione top

Zeus + Dione use the traditional handcrafting techniques of Greece and craft light clothes by artisans there.

Mara Hoffman Pants

Manufactured in the U.S. with a combination of organic cotton and organic linen.

Soko Earrings

Made by artisans in Kenya with local materials like sustainably sourced cow horn.

Mar y Sol clutch

Mar Y Sol collaborates with artisan groups in Madagascar, using natural materials from sustainable sources, to craft their items. In the process, Mar Y Sol strives to showcase traditional production techniques and create consistent economic opportunities for their truly skilled artisans.

Terhi Polkki Shoes

Each sustainably crafted pair is handmade in Portugal with premium materials and painstaking attention to fine detail.