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Smart casual skinny trousers for work?

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TribbleNamedDave Thu 10-Dec-15 18:09:00

I pretty much live in skinny jeans outside of work. Inside of work I live in dresses and leggings.

The place I work definitely goes for comfortable and practical clothing.

Is there such a thing as smart skinny trousers?

TribbleNamedDave Thu 10-Dec-15 18:09:56

Sorry, I mean are there are any skinny trousers out there that aren't jeans that can be worn to work?

Kennington Thu 10-Dec-15 18:18:10

Try cos they have a lot of smart casual twill slim fit trousers
V comfortable

fredabear Thu 10-Dec-15 18:19:35

gap
me and em

Stepawayfromthezebras Thu 10-Dec-15 18:22:38

Esprit have a good selection of smart skinny trousers. Also may be worth checking out La Redoute

HandMini Thu 10-Dec-15 19:09:08

J Crew Ryder fit

Banana Republic Sloan fit

hollieberrie Thu 10-Dec-15 19:17:01

Gap ultra skinny pants. Someone else on here recommended and i love them. The normal ones are sold out in most sizes but they still have the zip ones here: I have them in black for work and theyre very flattering.
www.gap.co.uk/browse/product.do?pid=000110057001&vid=1&preferredLocale=en_GB&kwid=1&sem=false&sdkw=ultra-skinny-zip-pants-P000110057&sdReferer=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.google.co.uk%2F

Hubnut Thu 10-Dec-15 19:45:34

I got the gap trousers in 3 colours after they were recommended on here and agree they are nice. But I can't work out if they are too short. My ankles feel chilly. I have short legs so bought the regular. I suppose they are described as cropped. I've only just dragged myself out of boot cuts so maybe it's withdrawal.

Nettletheelf Fri 11-Dec-15 00:33:13

Another vote for Banana Republic Sloan.

BrendaandEddie Fri 11-Dec-15 05:49:05

Gap gap gap. The ones with zips reduced atm. Keep their shape all day

BrendaandEddie Fri 11-Dec-15 05:50:59

The ultra skinnies - only do the 5% Lycra ones but also these - two of my colleagues have bought too. m.gap.co.uk/product.html?dn=gp000113545001&dv=0&shopid=0&pdn=gc57397&outlet=false

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