Flair It Up With Hippie Retro Jeans
The raging era of the 70’s casual chic style is back with a flaring bang in the ever-classic and body-flattering flare retro jeans. The unsung style that’s been shuffled off to the back of the closet has found its place up in the front again. Everyone’s wearing these fun and figure-complementing numbers that gently flare out from the knee and are absolutely stylish with a long blouse and jacket.
Teaming the many varieties of flare jeans-reinvented allows for numerous combination looks ideal for nippy winter days. Distressed, extra-long pairs that feature a wide turn up at the bottom accentuate legs, making them seem longer. Here are a few popular styles of retro jeans that are bound to make your look pop.
A deep blue denim pair of jeans with seams stitched in contrast color across the pair is all the rage now. This fantastic dark denim number works great with a plain block t-shirt worn under a standard printed puffer jacket accented with patch leather inserts, and paired with classic heeled suedette shoes.
Low Bell Flare
This low waist wonder dramatically accentuates figure and form. Fabulous in blue basin, these jeans are darling options for any sort of blouse or top. Wear them with a contemporary or classic three quarter sleeved blouse with an alluring neck bow feature and trimmed edges. Add a belt to accent your waist, paired with some uber high stiletto heels.
Worn either high on the waist or mid-rise, a fine pair of faded jeans look delightfully fresh paired with a neat solid white shirt under a blazer in a bold and contrasting color. Or, you could go for a more comfortable style in a loose layered look with a striped long sleeve knit sweater under a three quarter sleeved camel over coat.
French Styled High Waist
A sweeping flare that begins right at the waist, this high rise pair accentuates figure like no other. Try it in a neutral charcoal black and white, matched perfectly with a jersey crop top and cork mules along with a shoulder chain link strap clutch bag.
Nothing reads distressed better than ripped and frayed holes at the knees. Pair these cool jeans with a black jumper or a light gray jersey tunic worn under a tan brown biker jacket. You can also pair them with a stylish and forever classic buttoned jacket with ankle length boots or cat print pair of pumps, a shoulder satchel, or oversized tote complete the look perfectly.
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