The Style Edit: Styling White Pants (Curvy Edition)

The Style Edit: Styling White Pants (Curvy Edition)


Styling white pants can often be a little daunting for any of us and from my experience (coming from a woman with many curves), finding a great pair of white pants that looks flattering can be rather difficult.  But, I have some exciting news that will totally change the game for many of us! I've been working with our designer Rechelle and she has created the gorgeous Camille pants that look super flattering on a curvy figure. The best part about them is the 70s flare cut, which tapers at the knee and shows off your curvy feminine shape. The bonus? They also make your legs look longer and leaner.

Here's how to style these beauties for three different occasions, including (my favourite) brunch, for the 9 to 5 and then straight out to the bar.


Let's start with brunch: 



I can definitely vouch for dressing more relaxed and bright when I'm going out for brunch, it's when I have a little more 'fun' with my outfits. I've chosen the Francine off-the-shoulder top as it creates balance by showing more skin across my shoulders and arms.  I've used the (Adrift famous) half tuck at the front which cuts the 'boxy shape' into a more slim fitting silhouette. I've styled this outfit with a casual shopper bag and some Adrift tassel earrings plus my favourite Zara duck egg blue mules.


Corporate workwear: 



For a fashionable workwear outfit, the monochromatic look is always a winner. A simple white tee or a more fitted black top will work wonders with these pants. I've thrown on a fitted black blazer from Portmans for a more professional look and added these cute tassel earrings in black for a little extra personality (you can always go with a more subtle stud or drop if thats more appropriate for your workplace).


Night-time edit:



All white betcha! Take the Camille pants from day to night with a sleeveless top and nude heels! I've knotted the top which emphasises the iconic high waist of the pants.  If you're not entirely comfortable with this look, you can always try the half tuck. To make this look more exciting, add a pop of colour with bright earrings or a coloured clutch.

I’d love to hear your thoughts about the Camille white pants and how they worked for you. Feel free to leave feedback on the blog or you can email me at for any inquiries.

Adrift Stylist,

Bec xx

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