This Week We're Loving: Skinny Cargos

Streamlined pockets make these incredibly body-flattering.

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Leighton Meester

Such a sexy look, from the fitted pants to the lace-up heels and sheer button-down.
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Cotton twill gives these pants a perfectly worn look.
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The banded detail at the hips and raised seams add dimension.
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The pleat below the knee is a slimming detail that draws attention to the thinnest part of your legs.
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Classic black pants get a face-lift with utility pockets; paired with a silk top, these are completely office-appropriate.
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Think of these as dressed-up
leggings—super-comfortable, but here in lush textured dark gray.
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Body-skimming but loose at the same time, these cargos exude effortless cool.
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Cuffed at the ankle, these anything-but-basic khakis beg for some chunky wedges to show off!
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High-waisted dark denim is an unexpected choice for cargos, and we just love the casual elegance of this pair.
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Super skinny with zipper details at the ankles, these cargos offer style without bulk.
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The glam take: distressed pants with just the right amount of sparkle.

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