3 Ways to Style Paperbag Waist Pants + IGTV Video

by Gabrielle Loomis

Those paperbag waist pants have been my favorite this Spring. I bought them as a birthday gift for a friend and a week later I had to go back and try one for myself. I bought them at a local boutique, Ryloo, but you can purchase it at their online store. 

A few things about these pants. They are made of Tencel fabric, which is known for its breathability and sustainability. The pants are wide and cropped making them comfortable and flattering for any shape or body type.

Since I’ve worn those pants on multiple occasions, I thought it would be fun to show you 3 ways to style them. **Link to the IGTV Video at the bottom of the post.

This polka dot top is super cute but it’s now sold out. I did find a few similar polka dot ones that would be very cute paired with those pants. 

One of the things I love about those paperbag pants is that they are very versatile and you can wear them in different ways and occasions. For a dressier yet casual look, you can pair these pants with heels, a nice summer bag, and a slim fit top. I would wear this outfit on a date with the hubby. 

I love how casual and fun this outfit is. Besides polka dots, I also have an obsession with stripes. Thankfully, we’ll be seeing a sea of stripes this Spring and Summer. I bought this top in size Small and in two different colors – green and stripes. This top ties in front but I hid it inside the pants so it doesn’t look bulky around the waistline. For me, these platform sandals were the obvious choice for this look. I did size them down a half size. I normally wear 7 1/2, but I bought the size 7. I wore this hattan bag all Summer, last year. This is one of my favorite bags. I’m glad they are still in style. The best part, they are much cheaper this year than last year. 

This super easy and casual look is one of my favorites. I like adding a straw hat on bad hair days, or to protect my face from the sun. Plus, it looks cute with casual outfits. Although this cropped white shirt is baggy, I still think it looks good by tucking the front inside the pants. Those crossband sandals are true to size and cute to wear with jeans, dresses, anything! They are very affordable and still available for purchase.

Let me know if you guys like this kind of post because I’m thinking about making them regularly!



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