Dallas Suspension Bridge | The Style Scribe

Dallas Suspension Bridge | The Style Scribe

Dallas Suspension Bridge | The Style Scribe

Dallas Suspension Bridge | The Style Scribe

Deep Ellum | The Style Scribe

Deep Ellum | The Style Scribe

Deep Ellum | The Style Scribe

Deep Ellum | The Style Scribe

Deep Ellum | The Style Scribe

Deep Ellum | The Style Scribe

Dallas Arboretum | The Style Scribe

Dallas Arboretum | The Style Scribe

Dallas Arboretum | The Style Scribe

Dallas Arboretum | The Style Scribe

Dallas Arboretum | The Style Scribe

Dallas Arboretum | The Style Scribe

Dallas Arboretum | The Style Scribe

Every woman needs a good pair of pants in her closet. A classic style and fit like the pixie pant is ideal for transitional dressing, whether it’s from day to night or from summer to fall! I typically think of work when I hear “pants” unless the word “leather” comes first – anyone else? Old Navy’s array of chic pixie pants has reinvented the word for me. Not only do they come in a bunch of pretty colors and prints, but they also have tall, regular and petite lengths to give each lady her perfect fit. I obviously selected the tall style! I wanted to share a few ways I’ve styled pixies and how they’re taking me from work to weekend with ease – let me know what you think and shop each outfit below! PS – head over to Refinery29 today to see my feature with Old Navy!!

LOOK 1 — FRIDAY — WORK

When I have meetings with a potential collaboration partner or brand, I want to look chic as a way to represent my blog, but also put together and sophisticated enough so that they take me seriously. While I love to make my outfits more fashion forward (and sometimes a little wild) for a night out, my daytime looks are much more subdued. Even when working in a creative field like interior design, consulting or anything tech-related, you want to show that you will put your best foot forward when working with that person – for me, that means dressing professionally, being polite, and wearing a confident smile. Shop my work look below!

Old Navy Hi-Lo V-Neck Sweater (I ordered the tall style in this sweater too – love the length!), Old Navy Pixie Pants, Smythson Tote (on sale!! also love this neutral color), Old Navy T-Strap Sandals, Kate Spade Sunglasses c/o, Ippolita Ring, Nicola Bathie Necklace

LOOK 2 — SATURDAY — NIGHT OUT

For a night out, I like to incorporate more color into my outfit – I’m certainly not opposed to standing out in a crowd, and a punchy pop of red is just the ticket! For a night out in the coolest part of Dallas (aka Deep Ellum), I wanted to make the outfit slightly edgier than I normally do, so I pulled out this light New York tank. For an even bolder look, I topped the ensemble off with a matching red blazer and a bright red lip. Black heels and a simple clutch level everything out, don’t you think? Shop my Saturday style below!

Joseph Blazer, Old Navy New York Tank, Old Navy Pixie Pants, Jean-Michel Cazabat Heels, Old Navy Clutch, BaubleBar Earrings c/o, Ippolita Ring, NARS Velvet Matte Lip Pencil

LOOK 3 — SUNDAY — PICNIC

I often like to spend my Sundays trying something new, whether that’s a new recipe, a fun activity or a new exercise class. The Dallas Arboretum is such a beautiful spot, even if they don’t have an exhibit or display going on, so I thought it would be the perfect place to visit! During the summer, it’s a great spot to go for lunch – whether you bring your own picnic or visit their restaurant, Degolyer. I picked up a cute picnic basket, packed my Calypso blanket (thanks Dori!) and snacks, and then I headed out the door! Old Navy’s pixie pants were a clear choice for this outing, since they are so soft and comfortable – easy to lounge in, even when you’re on the ground! Shop my casual daytime look below.

Old Navy Space-Dye Tee, Old Navy Pixie Pants, Chanel Bag, Old Navy Woven Sandals, Lela Rose Necklace, Celine Sunglasses, Ippolita Ring, Picnic Basket, Calypso Blanket

This post was sponsored by Old Navy. Check out Old Navy‘s latest fashion lineup in store or online at oldnavy.com.

{ A special thanks to the talented Jay Briggs for so beautifully capturing this feature for me! Check out more of his photography at JBriggsPhoto.com }

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