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A Guide To Styling Flared Jeans

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Feb 27, 2021
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Whether you've got a flair for the dramatic, or you like to keep it simple, this 70's trend is here for one and all. Here's how you can work a pair of flare jeans.

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Trends come and go, and one we're happy to see make its way back around are flared jeans. We saw this resurgence a while ago, but it's only growing with the years as skinny jeans are rendered obsolete.

You may, however, be wondering how to wear a pair of flare jeans best. Luckily, there's much inspiration to draw from streetwear and celebrities who have been on this trend for a while.

Flares With a Cropped Black Top

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Margot Robbie went for these light wash flare jeans with a black, knitted Channel crop top and with a pair of black block heels.

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Go Vintage

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You've already got the jeans, you might as well commit to the vintage look fully. Add some popping colour like orange or yellow with a turlte neck that matches with your sunglasses.

Keepin' It Casual

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Jeans in themselves are a verstatile clothing item that every wardrobe can benefit from keeping. While you can definitely goo crazy with layers and patters and all, you could also just throw on a cardigan and some boots and have a casual look ready.

Suited Up

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Liv Hewson went for this lavendar jacket on lavendar jeans look to make a suit out of it. This look can also work with a blue denim on denim outfit.

Play With Prints

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Add some added flair to your flared jeans with some additional art. You can add some color or other embellishment to make your jeans truly, one of a kind. Pair them with a white turtle neck and a leather jacket, and voila. You've got yourself a very stylish look.

Paired With A Jacket

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The way to wear to style a pair of 70s inspired flared jeans are many. This is another casual outfit that's simply put together but works well for a day out.

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