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Business trousers: trends

Business without business trousers is like a car without wheels – going nowhere fast. What woman wants to wear a skirt suit day in day out for the rest of her life? Meanwhile, modern business trousers are showing themselves from an increasingly casual side that was previously unheard of. The cuts are classic but relaxed, and instead of classic pressed-pleat trousers we are now seeing suit trousers in a Marlene style, and ankle-length trousers are also making their debut in the office.

What to wear with business trousers

A trouser suit is a logical choice for many occasions: at work, at formal occasions, family parties and even for evening events. Traditionally, suit trousers are paired with a fitted suit jacket. You can, however, make the look more casual with a long blazer or waistcoat with a cool polo neck jumper underneath. Delicate blouse tops and pointed court shoes give slim-fitting, 7/8-length trousers a feminine touch. 

Exclusive fashion tip

Business trousers aren’t bound by any season. Ideally, you can wear them happily all year round. As a result, you should take care in choosing trousers with good quality fabric (not to mention cut and fit). You can’t go wrong with classic colours like black, grey, navy and beige. Muted colours like these also present the most styling opportunities and you can come up with new outfit ideas every time you go out.

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7/8-length trousers with pressed pleats
7/8-length trousers with pressed pleats
7/8-length trousers with stretch for comfort
7/8-length trousers with stretch for comfort
Classic trousers with pressed pleats
7/8-length stretch trousers with zip pockets
7/8-length stretch trousers with zip pockets
Cloth trousers with a belt
Cloth trousers with a belt
Crease-resistant 7/8-length trousers in a slim fit
Crease-resistant 7/8-length trousers in a slim fit
Five-pocket jeans, Betty
Wide trousers, Carlotta
Wide trousers, Carlotta
Classic trousers with pressed pleats
Stretch trousers in a skinny fit
Fine 7/8-length trousers in a slim fit
Fine 7/8-length trousers in a slim fit
Trousers with a wide leg
Trousers with a wide leg
Culottes made of fine fabric
Smart 7/8-length trousers, slim fit
7/8-length trousers, Greta
7/8-length trousers, Greta
Trousers with gingham checks
Techno-stretch trousers
Lightweight 3/4-length palazzo trousers
Trousers with pressed pleats
Wool blend trousers with a wide leg
Wide trousers with hem slits
Trousers with topstitched seams
Smart 7/8-length trousers in a straight fit
Straight trousers with a 7/8-length leg and turn-ups
Smart 7/8-length kick-flared trousers
7/8-length boyfriend jeans
7/8-length trousers in a leather look, Tracksuit bottoms
7/8-length trousers with a jacquard pattern, Greta
Smart trousers in a straight cut
Smart 7/8-length trousers in a straight fit
Stretch cotton chinos, TS

Business trousers: trends

Business without business trousers is like a car without wheels – going nowhere fast. What woman wants to wear a skirt suit day in day out for the rest of her life? Meanwhile, modern business trousers are showing themselves from an increasingly casual side that was previously unheard of. The cuts are classic but relaxed, and instead of classic pressed-pleat trousers we are now seeing suit trousers in a Marlene style, and ankle-length trousers are also making their debut in the office.

What to wear with business trousers

A trouser suit is a logical choice for many occasions: at work, at formal occasions, family parties and even for evening events. Traditionally, suit trousers are paired with a fitted suit jacket. You can, however, make the look more casual with a long blazer or waistcoat with a cool polo neck jumper underneath. Delicate blouse tops and pointed court shoes give slim-fitting, 7/8-length trousers a feminine touch. 

Exclusive fashion tip

Business trousers aren’t bound by any season. Ideally, you can wear them happily all year round. As a result, you should take care in choosing trousers with good quality fabric (not to mention cut and fit). You can’t go wrong with classic colours like black, grey, navy and beige. Muted colours like these also present the most styling opportunities and you can come up with new outfit ideas every time you go out.