Best Ways to Style Flare Jeans

Flare jeans are an iconic ’70s look and they are now back on trend. Here are some of the best ways to style flare jeans.

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One way is to keep it simple with a T-shirt.

Unless you have been living under a rock, you know what flare jeans are.

They have hit the fashion industry with a bang and fashionistas cannot get enough of them.

Flare jeans, or flare trousers, are bottoms that begin to widen at the knees and continue to widen as they approach the ankle.

The bottom of flared pants can have a conservative flare, similar to bootcut jeans, or dramatic wide legs.

Bell bottom jeans are flare pants with a large, bell-shaped flare from the knee down.

The style became popular in the 1960s and 1970s and was one of the more significant fashion trends of the late twentieth century.

Denim flares have become popular because, like jeans, they are comfortable and easy to accessorise with a variety of tops and shoes.

There are a variety of ways you can style flare jeans.

One way is to keep it simple with a T-shirt.

If you want to try out flared jeans but aren’t sure where to start, you can’t go wrong with a tee.

A crisp white top works well with these flared pants, and if you want to make it a touch edgier for going out at night, you can include a leather jacket as well.

Another is an all-denim look.

Wear a black tee and pair a denim jacket with your flared jeans for a cool, all-denim ensemble.

Try smart casual with a blazer. You can tuck a button-down shirt into your pants and toss on a favourite blazer to create an office-friendly, casual workwear look.

Create a summer ensemble. Blue flare jeans can go with a crop top, beach hat and sunglasses for a breezy style.

Get cosy in a cardigan. When going outside in the fall or staying indoors in the winter, a cardigan or turtleneck will be just the piece of clothing to put on with your pair of flare jeans to keep warm.

Moreover, you choose to style these pants while keeping certain guidelines in mind.

To add a touch of polish to the look, pair with low or mid-length heels. To avoid looking stocky, keep the top slightly short.

While flats and sandals can go with this style, not all of them do.

It’s all about the fit, so make sure your pants are hanging properly and aren’t too big or too small. Custom tailoring pants is a good idea.

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