It’s officially, flared jeans are back in style. This time I want to share with you stunning outfit ideas on how to wear flare jeans. Of course, there are hundreds of amazing combos you can try this year, but I want to highlight my favorite looks you can sport from Mondays to Sundays. I am in love with these fun-looking bottoms. It’s great to see them popping up around this year. If you want to create a 1970’s vibe, then you better take a close-up look through these stunning images where ladies appear in chic flared jeans. No matter if you are into nerd preppy girl, bohemian, rock star cool, laid back style, or working lady look, you are free to create whatever style you want, just give them a modern twist and keep your look contemporary. Anyway, here is a little style inspiration for this year. Scroll down to see my favorite looks.
Keep it 1970’s inspired. Go for a cream-white shirt and team it with flared blue jeans. Complete this look by adding bright orange handbag and platform gold metallic sandals.
An off-shoulder eyelet white tunic top is worn with dark blue ripped flares:
A comfy white blouse is tucked in black flares. Complete this look by adding brimmed black hat, structured black leather handbag and sexy pointed-toe pumps:
Crispy white T-shirt is tucked in classic flares. Complete this outfit by adding gold jewelry, statement sunglasses, beige cream leather shoulder bag and leopard print skinny belt:
Flared shortened jeans are worn with black leather boots and velvet black coat:
Peplum red-white striped long-sleeve top is teamed with tailored dark blue floor-length flares and black brimmed hat:
Semi-sheer black printed blouse is tucked in corduroy black flares. The result looks boho-inspired:
Basic gray T-shirt is tucked in high-waisted flares. The outfit looks simple and easy to wear:
White loose-fitted shirt in blue star print is half-tucked in gray-blue flares:
Blue-white striped long-sleeve top is tucked in blue washed flares:
Black-white striped long-sleeve top is tucked in dark blue denim flares:
White tunic top is teamed with dark blue flares. I am so in love with this combo:
Young lady appears in black floppy hat, loose-fit chambray blouse teamed with denim flares and wedge sandals:
Gray T-shirt looks slouchy teamed with washed blue denim flares:
We see a basic black spaghetti strap top tucked in high-waisted washed blue denim flares:
Black leather jacket will definitely make you look sophisticated and edgy. Try on this topper atop gray sweater tucked in washed high-waisted frayed denim flares:
We see a black leather biker jacket draped over white T-shirt tucked in black denim frayed flares:
A muscle tee in charcoal is tucked in dark blue flares:
We see another edgy looking outfit that consists of a black leather topper, cream-gray sweater and flared blue jeans:
Jessica Alba appears on the streets wearing a relaxed fit white tank top teamed with ripped washed blue flares:
Karlie Kloss is wearing a shortened black sweater teamed with light wash blue flares:
A knitted maroon sweater looks ideal paired with blue flares:
In love with denim? How about creating a double denim look? Go for chambray shirt tucked in high-waisted washed blue jeans:
Blush kimono is worn atop white long-sleeve top teamed with dark blue denim flares:
Half-tucked white shirt looks awesome teamed with flared denim pants:
White-black slouchy sweater is teamed with knee-ripped washed blue flares:
4 thoughts on “How To Wear Flared Jeans (Outfit Ideas)”
Hi, I was wondering who the blogger is in the picture for “White loose-fitted shirt in blue star print is half-tucked in gray-blue flares”.
I never stopped wearing mine, even if they were supposedly out of style. They are a great silhouette and are already classics of fashion. Nice outfits though.
Love this article! These are some awesome flared jeans outfit ideas. I am so inspired, Thanks a lot for the great article.
I need to know what shoes are these jeans gonna look best with because no matter what I put on I feel like these are too short for the heel or too long and dragging on the ground with flats and I’m not sure how my ankle or knee high boots are gonna work? Now I have to buy new shoes or what?