Whenever I put on my favorite high-waisted flared jeans, I stop in front of the mirror and look at my curves. These jeans are flattering. The way it encircles the thighs and makes it looser around the legs is worth having.
But how do you style these beauties to compliment your shape? How can you maximize their potential?
Let’s find out together.
What are flare jeans?
Flared jeans are denim pants that widen at the knees and widen as they approach the ankles. The bottoms of these pants either have minimal flare (like bootcut jeans) or have dramatic wide legs in the shape of a bell (bellbottom jeans).
Also called bellbottoms Flared jeans were a ’60s sensation To the 90’s. But they’re back on the scene with a variety of styles and tweaks to match today’s trends.
For example, you can use them as low-rise or high-rise jeans in black, blue, pink, brown, etc. The latter is your main concern, so let’s see how you can pull it off.
How to wear high waist flared jeans
Tired of wearing skinny and straight leg jeans all the time? They must be sick of you too. Change your mood with something new, like high-rise cute flared jeans.
If that makes sense, here are some tips for you:
with a crop top
Crop tops look great with high-rise jeans.
The high-waisted flared jeans will tighten your lower body by simply fitting them around your upper body.
denim on denim
Pair flared jeans with a denim jacket or top. A trendy and stylish outfit will be completed.
Additionally, you can keep the denim the same shade or have different shades.
wear a nice t-shirt/polo
You can also pair your jeans with a polo shirt or T-shirt.
This can be a tight or large tee. Whatever you wear, tuck it into your pants to accentuate your waist and belt.
with a turtleneck
A turtleneck that is easy to match with any bottoms.
You can wear it with long sleeves or sleeveless.
wear a shirt or blouse
Additionally, consider pairing bootcuts and bell-bottoms with nice dress shirts and blouses.
It creates a smart casual atmosphere that does not feel uncomfortable even at work.
Layer with a blazer or other outerwear
Speaking of smart casual, layering a blazer over high-waisted flared jeans is a cool way to look casual yet smart.
If you don’t want the blazer option, feel free to choose cardigans, coats, sweaters, jackets, etc.
waist with a belt
Not only does it hold the pants around your waist, but the belt accentuates your curves and accentuates your waist.
So wear your high-waisted flared jeans with a belt. They go well with any top, but for longer tops, tuck them inside to show off your belt.
wear a tank top
Need a breathable top that shows off your arms and hands while still serving as high-waisted flared jeans?
Go for tank tops. They never go out of style.
walk in comfortable shoes
High-rise flared jeans are versatile and look great with sandals, flip-flops, ballerina flats, knee-high boots, ankle boots, heels, and sneakers.
Pick the one you’re comfortable with and go for it.
Just like a sentence doesn’t make sense without punctuation, your outfit is never complete without accessories.
So put on your earrings, jewelry, hat and sunglasses, grab a nice bag and go steal the show.
types of flared jeans
Flared jeans come in many different styles. They include:
1. Boot cut jeans
Bootcut jeans flare slightly at the ankle. It has a subtle flare and looks great when paired with ankle boots.
2. High waist flared jeans
High-waisted flared jeans may be bootcut or bell-bottomed. Their defining feature is that they are located high on the hips, just below the navel.
It’s cute when paired with a shirt that can be easily tucked into a crop top, tank top, T-shirt, or jeans to accentuate your waist.
3. Cropped flared jeans
The style looks like skinny jeans, but flares at the knees and the hems stop at the ankles.
4. Bell bottom jeans
Flared pants with wide flare from below the knee. This look was a major part of women’s fashion in the 1970s and remains fashionable today.
And it’s rap. Which of these tips resonate with you? Remember, you can’t go wrong with either choice. Just pick the one that fits your style and switch when needed.
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