January 03, 2020 11:15 AM | by Mai Atef
Friday Fashion Fits: How Flare Pants Can Look Super Stylish on Anyone
The flare pants are back again on top of the hottest trends of 2020 and we've been seeing it all over Instagram and it's dominating the stores as well. But before you buy a pair for yourself, there are so many questions you ask yourself. Are flare pants suitable for my body type? How do I style flare pants with the rest of my wardrobe?
Today, we'll be answering all these questions in our Friday Fashion Fits series to help you style flare pants in the best way for your body shape and depending on the occasion as well, as per your choice through our polls on Fustany's Stories on social media.
The right flare pants for your body shape
Many women don't know which type of flare pants suit them best, and here I've split them into 3 main types:
Pear body type & hourglass body type: The best cut for you would be the wide legged flare pants, where it's not too tight around your thighs. This cut would look great on you no matter if you have skinny or curvy body.
Apple body type: It's better to choose a pair of flare pants that's not too flare. In other words, pick pants that are somewhere between a straight cut and a flare. If you are on the slimmer side, it can be fit around the thighs, as for curvier women go for a pair that's loose from top to bottom.
Rectangle body type & triangle body type: For these body types, flare pants with medium wide legs are your best choice.
Styling flare pants for casual dressing
The denim flare pants is considered an essential item in your closet for 2020. All you need to style denim flare pants is a stylish sweater for a casual look. However, if you want to go for animal printed flare pants, match it with a leather jacket and plain shirt underneath. You can also pair it with puff vests and tight turtlenecks for a cozy winter look.
Styling flare pants for formal looks
If you think flare pants are hard to wear at work or in a professional setting, you're mistaken. Flare pants look very chic when paired with a formal blazer. You can also go for a monochromatic look and wear a suit for a classical retro style from the 60s and 70s.
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