Styling the Muse Tank & Pant

Wondering how to style the Muse Shelf Tank and Flare Pant? These new Spring ‘23 pieces are designed to elevate your everyday activewear outfits. The Muse Set is a simple, versatile look that you can easily mix & match with.

Layering simple pieces can add interest and depth to your look. Experiment with different textures and patterns to create a unique style. We curated different looks below that feature the Muse Shelf Tank and Flare Pant to show how seamless this set will fit in your wardrobe!

The Muse Flare Pant and the Joshua Sweater are a perfect match. The pants give a traditional trouser look while still being simple enough to accentuate the Joshua Sweater. This cozy outfit is perfect for a stroll in the park or going to see a movie.

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You can never go wrong with a good pair of denim. Our Muse Shelf Tank is a great everyday top to throw on with jeans while still looking chic and cool. The square neckline and corset lining detail adds an extra element to a classic outfit.
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The best thing about the Muse Flare Pant is that you can dress it up or dress it down. We paired the cashmere turtleneck with gold hoops and leather boots for when you want to go for an elevated everyday look.
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The Muse Shelf Tank paired with the Primary Tight for an all black on the go look. Stick to neutral colors like black, white, and gray, and let one statement piece take center stage. Throw on the Goddess Cardigan in Bone for an accent color for an on-the-go look when you are running errands.
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Cozy up with the Muse Flare Pant and the Verbier Coat. This combo will keep you warm from head to toe. The Verbier Coat will cinch you at the waist while the Muse Flare Pant will hug the legs in all the right places. Add a simple long sleeve and heeled boot to spice this winter outfit up even more.

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