Pants, the ultimate wardrobe staple for comfort. The trend of our favorite wardrobe bottoms seems to fluctuate in length, width, and material. Constantly changing, the last few years favored the love/hate relationship of utterly chic (or as some would argue, utterly unflattering) leggings.
This spring, our bottoms will once again head for the wider and longer threshold, inspired by the many high fashion runways which showcased a vast selection of undeniably bohemian and retro influence.
If you are wondering how to switch up the black leggings in favor of the bell bottom-like craze, we’ve got you covered. We’ll show you how to dress down and dress up the wide leg pant, with clever and creative mixing and matching of wardrobe finds you might already have.
We’re going to show you two ways to wear our favorite wide-leg pick of the season The Sierra Pants by Young, Fabulous, and Broke, $120.
Running errands? Pair your bohemian wide-leg pants with comfort of casual chic striped Ella Moss tank.
Since it’s important to not get lost in all that loose material, Ella Moss tank will give the outfit a little shine and a figure flattering compliment to help avoid looking shapeless or sloppy.
Keep your feet cool and comfortable with a pair of wedge sandals like Dolce Vita’s “Pela”, $119.29 (from $159). Bring up your style quota 100% with a casual statement necklace like House of Harlow 1960’s Leather Drop Necklace, $75, It’s entirely optional but a surefire touch for a little added flair to your flare.
Out on the town:
Even if you’re dressed up, you can still stay comfortable (and elevated) for a night of dancing with the perfect platform Nell heels from House of Harlow, $240.
Your Sierra’s will be undeniably matched with sophistication and sparkle with a sequined top like Club Monaco Zoey Sequin Top, 129.50. Finish of the look with a beautifully layered necklace and you can go from cocktails to dinner date with absolute elegance and ease.