Print Pants and Peplum Top

BR Factory Print Pant | Wellesley & KingI don’t know about any of you, but I am so excited that Banana Republic has migrated their Factory store to the web! J.Crew Factory is already one of my go-to spots for quality items at affordable prices, but Banana Republic has always been one of my favorite options for petite sizing, especially in pants.
BR Factory Print Pant | Wellesley & KingBR Factory Print Pant | Wellesley & KingAnd of course, my love for printed bottoms continues in this post (in case you missed the last few, see here, here and here). Sometimes I get bored with my work attire–a lot of plain black and solid blazers. Don’t get me wrong, I don’t think you can look much more chic than when dressed in head to toe well-fitted black pieces, but mixing it up with a print (still in a neutral color) is office appropriate, equally chic and a little more fun.
BR Factory Print Pant | Wellesley & KingBR Factory Print Pant | Wellesley & KingBR Factory Print Pant | Wellesley & KingBR Factory Print Pant | Wellesley & King

Printed Pants: Banana Republic Factory Print Pants; Watch: Marc Jacobs, Peplum Top: Forever21 (similar from H&M), Bag: Kate Spade New York Beau Bag, Necklace: old, J.Crew, Shoes: old, DSW

What do you guys think of these printed pants for work? Is this an outfit you would wear? How would you mix it up or make it your own?

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