Nov 6, 2015

Autumn trend: 70's flared jeans

Oh, take me back to the roots. I can remember how funny I thought was my mum's style, while looking through the photos of her youth. Those voluminous hairstyles, platforms, fringes, flared trousers and a lot of other stuff, but..  Now it's not just fun and pictures - it's the real life! Me some years ago would totally deny the idea of wearing anything other than skinny cut denim, but I don't care now :) 
With a strong '70 movement on the runways, street style stars are starting to introduce haute hippie style - flared and bootcut wide jeans. Right now the street style set during Fashion Weeks are caught wearing this boho trend, dressing it up with pointy pumps or adding some grungy vibe cropping trouser-legs and pairing with flat, lace boots. With the hand on my heart I can confess that I've already on the hook and I cannot resist! 

It's easy to style flares with tailored blazers, bright patterned overcoats or with your favorite black leather jacket. A pair of overall flares is good with a silk top underneath paired with classic pumps or clogs to add some height. (a classic shirt of plain colors underneath would be a great idea to)
I totally in love with white flares. They just take it all. 

Among all the trend of this autumn this one is that I'm obsessed with. Literally. A few pairs of flared jeans, lovely leopard Louboutins, a silk black top and a cozy overcoat - I'm the happiest on the Planet. Bye. 

Some useful tips:

Tip #1: If you want to focus of the shape of your thighs - choose high waistlined jeans that flare out below the knee.

Tip #2: Trouser-legs widen just from the thighs will make you look slimmer.

Tip #3: Flared jeans should be floor-length and there is no way of tucking them!