Palazzos Please!


Hello Readers! I apologize for not posting last week. I just started working as a research analyst and my life’s focus has turned into numbers (you know Excel sheet, data and all) literary. I have been trying to organize and plan my posts, and finally I am able to get back on track!

Today’s post is all about palazzo pants. Well I call them that, but it does have other names like bell bottoms, flared leg pants and culottes. They all are similar in type but do vary in styles. Skinny jeans have become a thing of the past, since all you see right now is all the different kinds of pants. We got pants with ruffles, stripes, embroideries, and not to forget velvet! I love this trend because I find it more comfortable to wear a pair of culottes than my skinny jeans. Since I live in a country that is blazing hot and humid 365 days a year, I like to choose something that is light to wear and comfortable.

When I saw bloggers start to wear these pants, I immediately thought of the 70’s. Bell-sleeves paired with flared pants were all about the late 1960s and early 1970s. It gives a retro yet chic vibe. You can always style it up or down, make a bold statement or choose to create a relaxing look.
I paired by pants with a flared top, round sun glasses and a long neck piece. I tried to create a retro look. Getting all the vintage vibes here!





Below are few links to very chic pants. Hope you like them and find your perfect fit style! Click on the links and do check them out! They are all under $30.

Striped Color Blocked Pants   Pleated Glitter Culottes   Flared Velvet Pants

So which of the flared pants are your favorite? Leave your comments below! Hope you all have an awesome week!


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