We all know skinny jeans, but my personal favorites are flares. In today’s post, I am going to share with you an awesome compilation of flared jeans street style images that are so must-have to try this year. I don’t know how about you, but no matter how will these bottoms will be styled, they always make me think of 1970’s fashion. The wider leg has a relaxed and casual look that makes these jeans look hippie and unique. Anyway, I’ve got an awesome compilation of beautiful street style images that will inspire you to create amazing outfits. Read on to see how make these flared jeans look trendy on you.
If you want to create a classic outfit, then how about pairing these flares with essential garments, like blazers, button-down shirts, jackets, sweater, etc. All you need is to keep your outfit polished and classic. For instance, you can try on a light blue shirt and tuck it inside high-rise denim flares, or make your outfit look boho chic inspired by wearing black lace crop top atop crispy white shirt teamed with dark blue flared denim pants. Don’t forget about accessories: classically structured bags, fedora hats, classic print scarves, simple pumps, and boots. Speaking of shoes, then you can try on chunky heel sandals, wedges, platform heels, etc. Your color palette has to maintain that classic feel. If you want to create a casual look, then how about wearing double denim outfits by adding chambray shirts, denim jackets, as well as denim shirt-dresses. Keep in mind one very simple thing: your flared jeans should be fitted to the knee, as if you go shorter then the wide flare gonna look unflattering and visually will cut your leg off at the wrong area. What I do love about flared jeans is the versatility allowing you to wear them with any kind of top. If you think your flares look too much boyish, then you better give them a ladylike twist with some feminine details. Choose crop tops, structured blazers, ruffled blouses, open back tunics, etc. Don’t forget about beautiful accessories, like dangling earrings, chiffon scarves, statement neckpieces, feminine bags in bright colors, etc. As I have already mentioned, flared jeans scream boho and hippie to me, that’s why you still can pair them with suede and corduroy garments completed with tassels and fringes. If you want to make these jeans look edgy, urban or preppy inspired, then how about adding outerwear garments like a wool coat, fur coat, poncho, leather jacket or kimonos.