Say hello to 1970! In this article I am going to share with you best ways how to wear flared pants this year. Believe me, you gonna be a real street style star if you will give a try to these sexy trousers. Like it or not, but flares are officially all the rage. I think you really should give a try to bell-bottomed pants. Why? These bottoms will elongate your silhouette and make you look taller. Plus, flared pants are extremely flattering. Frankly speaking, I don’t see much flares in the streets. But it doesn’t mean you better avoid them at all. Thanks to these outfit ideas there will be no problem for you to create a perfect look completed with flared pants.
White long-sleeve top with perforated details is tucked in high-waisted loose-fit wide trousers in vertical black and white stripes completed with cool sneakers.
Denim blue blouse is tucked in patchwork flared trousers. I am so in love with fringed shoulder bag:
Light blue colored 1970’s inspired chambray shirt is tucked in blue washed flared jeans:
Off-shoulder ruffled crop top is paired with wide black trousers:
Bandeau cropped ruffled top looks sexy styled with white flared lace trousers:
Cream-beige long jacket looks awesome styled with white V-neck tucked in flared shortened jeans completed with slouchy glossy brown leather boots:
Purple opened button-down shirt is tucked in cropped flare denim pants in muted-red color. Complete this look by adding slouchy tote bag and glossy black leather loafers:
Lace-up black sleeveless tight top is tucked in high-waisted blue flared jeans:
Belted black tailored T-shirt is paired with office friendly red flares:
Tight long-sleeve black-white striped top is tucked in flared blue jeans:
That’s what I call 1970’s sexy outfit. We see velvet burgundy lace-up long-sleeve top tucked in high-waisted black flared pants: