How to wear flare jeans
Flare jeans have never really completely gone out of fashion. They have continued to be around but now they’re back in a big way. Flare jeans make your legs look long and balance out your figure to give it a good silhouette. This is what makes them popular Take a look at how you can wear your flared jeans for maximum effect.
Flare jeans balance hips and flatters most figures. They’re not very different from boot cut jeans. Boot cut jeans generally taper to the knee and then flares out. They have a small leg opening to accommodate boots. Flare jeans today are wider from the knee down with a bell look and tighter on the thighs and upper legs.
Flare jeans flatter your legs when worn with tall heels or stilettos. They make your legs go on forever. Platform or wedges look good too and are very comfortable and stylish.
I’ve noticed that flare jeans work best when you’re tall and have a lean build with narrower hips. Experiment with cheap flare jeans till you get it right. Check out ABS Allen Schwartz topaz jeweled flares. The cheap flare jeans are mid rise and are fitted through the hip and thigh with a flare that breaks above the knee to give you a trendy look.
I have seen shorter women wearing flare jeans with flats. That look doesn’t work as it can make you look even shorter and disproportionate. But when the jeans are petite flares with the right knee-ankle ratio, they lengthen a woman’s silhouette and look good. You can pull off a pair of cheap flare jeans even if you’re not very tall when you wear them with stilettos, wedges and chunky platforms.
Wear your flare blue jeans with off-shoulder tops or tucked-in tops. Simple and classic retro-style tops look chic with flare blue jeans. A simple tee or a button-down blouse works very well. Team that with a blazer that skims the top of the hip bone. Try teaming your flare jeans with longer tunic tops along with a cropped jacket for a very trendy look.