There are plenty of things one can do when bored—read a book, take a walk, call your mom, try a new recipe...the list goes on. Shopping is certainly not the only remedy to boredom, but if you find yourself in need of certain items that may make your life easier (and more stylish), why not spend some of your downtime shopping for them? And I don't know about you, but three things I never seem to have enough of are dresses, skirts, and pants.
I wasn't bored, per say, but I just spent longer than I care to admit perusing the internet for the very best of those aforementioned items so that even if you're not bored, you can still take a few minutes to scroll through my chic and affordable selections (because who wants to spend their downtime going into debt?). Below, you'll find skirts and dresses of every length and pants for every occasion from some of your favorite brands.
Topshop Check Mini Dress ($75)
Wow, this mini dress is so easy to dress up or down.
& Other Stories Belted Glitter Mini Wrap Dress ($89)
This glittery eggplant wrap dress is just the right amount of festive.
Majorelle Devora Mini Dress ($178)
If you're throwing a party this month, wear this.
Mango Buttoned Printed Dress ($70)
I plan on pairing this with knee boots and a camel coat.
Free People Dreamer Midi Dress ($168)
Yes, the front is just as cute.
Pixie Market Colette Black Mini Dress ($144)
You could honestly wear this year-round.
Madewell Texture & Thread Crepe Balloon-Sleeve Dress ($85)
This is the sort of dress you can't go wrong with.
Rotate Number 57 Rerunner Dress ($174)
Snag this while it's on sale.
Lark & Ro Off the Shoulder Sheath Sweater Dress ($39)
Well done, Amazon.
Free People Phoebe Set ($148)
I would definitely repurpose this cardigan.
Who What Wear Plaid Puff Shoulder Long Sleeve Boat Neck A Line Mini Dress ($35)
You can never have too many black and white dresses.
H&M Jacquard-Weave Dress ($40)
A modest red dress is so refreshing.
Something Navy Sweater Midi Skirt ($89)
Cozy and cool.
Topshop Black Crocodile PU Full Circle Midi Skirt ($95)
Yep, this will sell out.
Lou & Grey Lashout Sweater Skirt ($70)
I think I need the whole outfit.
Lioness Bias Midi Skirt ($72)
Thanks to Pantone, shades of blue are suddenly everywhere.
Halogen Tweed Pencil Skirt ($53)
The colors in this tweed pencil skirt are so pretty.
Ganni Tiger-Print Georgette Mini Skirt ($175)
I've been waiting for this little Ganni number to go on sale.
BB Dakota Spark This Joy Skirt ($98)
I can't get over how cute this party skirt looks with sneakers.
Lee Vintage Modern High Rise Midi Corduroy Skirt ($68)
Free People Normani Bias Printed Skirt ($98)
Florals on a dark background are just right this time of year.
Zara Houndstooth Skirt ($50)
This has Christmas-day potential.
Eloquii Bias Cut Satin Skirt ($70)
Can you tell I like slip skirts?
C/Meo Collective Knowing Of This Skirt ($145)
This would be just as pretty with ankle boots as it is with sandals.
Reformation Alix Pants ($98)
I'm a sucker for sparkles (sorry, had to).
Ganni Tech-Shell Track Pants ($160)
I'm very drawn to this entire outfit.
Levi's Ribcage Straight Ankle Jeans ($98)
Leopard pants actually feel fresh when done in corduroy.
H&M+ Cargo Pants ($30)
Sick of jeans? Buy these.
Song of Style Matilda Pants ($178)
I.Am.Gia Brandy Snakeskin Print High Waist Pants ($120)
I'd wear these with all black to tone them down a bit.
Tiger Mist Clueless Pants ($89)
Best worn with crop tops.
Aritzia Wilfred Jive Pants ($148)
Everything from the color to the material is ridiculously cool.
Mango Ribbed Side Slit Pants ($60)
This is 1000% what I wish I was wearing right now.
Lou & Grey High Rise Wide Leg Pants ($90)
I own these and highly recommend wearing them with high-heel ankle boots.
Agolde Vintage Cotton-Blend Corduroy Flared Pants ($160)
Agolde can seriously do no wrong.
Lark & Ro Straight Leg Trouser Pant: Classic Fit ($43)
You could probably use a new pair of office-friendly trousers.
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