How to find a perfect black Pants with Mode de Vie?

Hello Guys,

Happy Monday! New week…New goals…


As most of you know in addition to my blog, I have a full-time job as a consultant and it’s very important for me to look and feel confident in what I wear, especially when it comes to choosing the right pants.

Office wear has come a long way and, thankfully, so has the black pants. From the stiff and unyielding pants of our past, we gladly welcome this new chic and comfortable styles, built to flatter every body type. With many companies leaning towards encouraging active lifestyle in and out of work, black pants fabrics have been catching up by offering us options that finally have a little stretch while still looking professional and modern. Because you should be prepared for everything while rocking those black pants, from giving a presentation in front of your director to catching the next flight for your office retreat in Vancouver to crouching down and fixing that darn copier. You live in these pants, so they need to be comfy enough for all-day wear, fashionable enough to make you happy, and flawlessly fitted to your style and body. Confidence is your best asset at work, but these pants are a very close second.

This is why, when¬†Mode de Vie¬†brand reached out to me to collaborate I couldn’t resist, because I knew those pants will be the most comfiest ever and I would definitely feel 100% confident in wearing them!




Let me know, what cloth makes you feel confident?









  1. November 6, 2018 / 11:01 pm

    Cute, I have some black pants similar to this from Express. I love them, they look professional and stylish, while at the same time being comfortable to take on anything. I feel most confident in a one of my many knit dresses with of course a standard Chuck Taylor high top.

    • November 7, 2018 / 3:06 pm

      I love Express,to bad they are no longer in Canada!

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