Keep it retro inspired! The flared jeans take its origin from sailors uniforms. They used to wear flares in the 19th century. Personally, when I think of flares, I automatically imagine the 1960's and 1970's decades. This is the exact period, when flared jeans became popular fashion item. These bottoms were worn by hippies, disco divas and fashionistas. I love to see old photographs, where beautiful ladies appear in flares completed with heavy platforms, crop tops or tight shirts. In today's post I want to share with you my favorite flares to wear from day to evening. Hope you will like this collection the same as me.
Keep it simple, yet ladylike! Go for navy-white striped long-sleeve and tuck it inside flared blue jeans. Complete the look by adding black aviator sunglasses and cream-brown leather tote bag.
Nowadays, we all wear skinnies, but I started to spot lots bloggers and editors appearing in the streets wearing flares. It's officially now, the 1970's comeback is here. There are thousands of beautiful and original ways how you can incorporate them to your particular style. Step out of your comfort zone and try on flares. Thanks to the strong 1970's influence showcased during the recent fashion shows and street style stars, we have chance to say big hello to hippies style and boho trend. I am pretty sure this denim will dominate the streets next year. Anyway, I think we better take a look through this gallery. Let me know your thoughts in the comments below.
How about some fun touches in your look? Go for pom-pom baseball hat, black pea-coat, black-white striped turtleneck and dark blue flares:
Keep it voguish and sporty. Try on awesome black colored bomber and team it with white tee paired with slim boot-cut white jeans and gingham pointed-toe heels:
Furry cream-white collarless topper looks incredible styled with black sweater and navy flared jeans:
How about investing your money in flared overalls? Complete the look by adding black sweater and navy pea-coat:
Bulky dark navy coat looks awesome styled with burgundy long-sleeve top tucked in dark blue denim flares:
We see slouchy black boot-cut jeans styled with black pointed-toe pumps, white elongated dress and black leather biker jacket:
Suede brown-camel coat looks vintage. Try it on with cream-white top tucked in pleated black flares:
Camel-beige coat looks ideal styled with white tunic and wide-leg dark blue denim trousers: