How to Wear the Flared Jeans Trend

Flares are almost the most exciting thing happened to denim since the advent of skinny jeans. Though flared jeans make us think of the ’70s, you can style them for the modern times of today. It might sound a little daunting, especially if you’ve never strayed from straight and skinny cuts, but its wider leg has a relaxed and casual look that is great as a refreshing change from your skinny jeans and steal the show in a good way. For the flare-intrigued, keep on reading how to wear the flared jeans trend with a touch of your personal style.

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If you have an eye for classic style, you may pair your flared jeans with classic staples like button down shirts, blazers, coats, jackets, sweaters and such. Just polish your looks with a classic structured bag, chic sunglasses, fedora hats, classic pumps, scarf and any classic accessories you may wish to add. Since denim jeans often give off a casual feel, opt for a dark shade like black, a clean looking white, or even a navy blue in plain style without rips to maintain that classic feel. Speaking of shoes, while you can wear ballet flats with flared jeans, a pair of comfy chunky sandals, classic pumps, clogs, wedges, platform heels will make your legs look leaner and longer.

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For a casual and trendy style, you may nail two trends at one by wearing denim top with your flared jeans. Think of chambray shirt, denim vest, denim jacket, and even denim shirtdress to complement your trendy style. Bear in mind that your flared jeans style should be fitted to the knee, then flare out gently so it wouldn’t overwhelm your frame. It’s important to get the exact right hem length as if you go too short, the wide flare looks unflattering and cuts your leg off at the wrong spot, but if you keep them too long, you’ll end up stomping on them.

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Another cool thing about flared jeans is that they go with a variety of tops. If flares feel a bit too laid-back or boyish, give some feminine twist to the looks with the right amount of delicate and feminine detail that can be added to your outfit. Crop tops, lace blouses, structured blazer, off-shoulder tops, ruffled blouses and such add a fun, playful feel to the outfit. Feminine accessories such as floral earrings, chiffon scarf, statement necklace, classic pumps and feminine bags are a great addition to giving your boyish jeans a feminine punch. Also, you may look for high-waist styles of flared jeans to help define your waist and feminine curves. Show the slimmest part of the pants that are the thighs and something like a cute boxy top creates a really fresh silhouette.

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Flared jeans scream bohemian fashion so it’ll be a great canvas to work with your gypsy and hippie style. Go for fabrics like suede and details like fringes and tassels to channel your bohemian vibe. Cowboy hats, leather boots, chunky belts, and even tie-headbands are your best bet.

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Outerwear like leather jackets, wool coats, fur coats, ponchos, kimonos, trench coats and such are great staples to style your flared jeans whether you like to give off some edgy, urban, preppy, grunge, and chic looks. Just be creative with your looks and nail the flared jeans trend with a touch of your personal style.




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