That 70’s look. I am totally in to it and whenever I see flare pants I just have to click through and admire it. The prints, the boho vibe. It’s amazing. Let me tell you more about my look…
It took me a while to understand that flare pants were coming back. Cause they are kinda mainstream right now, but I have had my eyes on them since over 2 years now, not sure whether or not I would get used to it.
In particular, I was scared that wide legged trousers would make me look fat. How I was wrong about that! In the end it’s always important to find the right fit for your body type and I have found that it is not as hard as I thought to find the right flare and palazzo pants.
Also, these pants are very easy to style. In this look I chose to mix my Pepe Jeans trousers with a hat, big round sunnies and fringes for an even more bohemian vibe. The background is helping as well, I guess.
What I love most about the 70’s look is that you can add some more modern items to it and still not feel like you’ve walked right out of the set of That 70’s Show. Crop tops are my favorite addition to flare and palazzo pants, since they show the smaller waist and thus a feminine silhouette.
In my opinion these pants are a lovely variation when you want to wear something other than jeans or a skirt. Let me know what you think!
Wearing: Pepe Jeans pants / Vero Moda top / Vagabond shoes / Pepe jeans sunnies / Loavies hat