Why velvet track pants are the edgy and multifunctional pieces of the wardrobe worth investing into

Although velvet track pants are rarely the first choice, it is worth having a closer look at this item.  The reasons: it serves multiple purposes and can be adapted to a variety of outfits. Moreover, it is a stylish and comfortable alternative to jeans. The only caveat is that velvet might add volume to the widest curve of the body.

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With a budget styling in mind, I typically look for items that have the potential to be incorporated into several looks and cover multiple life scenarios.  Perhaps, jeans are the best examples of such bottoms that can be worn with stilettos and sneakers, with shirts and sweaters. Here I would like to argue that velvet track pants have the same potential and a fresher look. Pick the berry-colored velvet (navy, bordeaux, or deep green). I also think that light colors like golden and sage will work as well. Velvet gives a “green light” to chic combo with high heel without making “track pants- heels” combo looking funny. Here is a little remark: yes, I am well aware of the trend to wear track pants with heels, but agree, that it requires a very careful paring and most of combos do not fit to everyday life. However in case of velvet track pants, the quality material waves the awkwardness of this tricky combination. On the flip side, the pants are sporty, and this fact upgrades sneaker-track pants look and makes it suitable to combine with fur or a woolen coat. From accsesories perspective, a wide range of bags, from clutch to sport bags can effortlessly complete the look. Thus, depending on the context, track pants make your evening outfit or workday look comfy. Good luck!

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