Gap Factory Slim City Pants

I'm reviewing some awesome pants from Gap Factory today!  This new style is called the Slim City fit and these are not only super cute, but super versatile. I thought I would show you a couple of looks that I came up with for both casual and work. You all know I am all about being able to wear my clothes multiple ways! 

For work wear, I paired a bright blazer and a patterned top with heels and these navy cropped pants. The look is polished and professional and put-together while the pants are soft and comfortable khaki material! It's great for someone like me who works remotely and doesn't always go into the office! 

For a more casual look, I paired the navy Slim City pants with a sweater and oversized white blouse and a scarf and loafers. This look was fun and functional and gave me ideas of how I could wear these pants so many other ways as well! 

Today I am also able to offer a discount code so you all can get your own pair of these amazing pants! Use this code: SlimCityCe through 04/01 for 15% off your purchase at any Gap Factory store! Need help finding one? Use this link to find the one closest to you:

Thanks to Gap Factory for sponsoring this post today! It's not hard to review products that you love! 

Thanks for reading and following along with me! 



  1. This is such a great color Such a great style share xoxo Mel

  2. I love both of these looks! I like how the pants are slim fit without being super tight. And the fact that they can be worn both dressy and casual. Congrats on working with Gap Factory too! I am telling you, you look great with a scarf and all this color just makes me do a happy dance.

    Designing From My Closet

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