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  • Wide Leg Trouser
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Wide Leg Trouser

Relaxed, easy, cool: the three attributes that pretty much define what an ideal summer wardrobe should be all about. Making a return amongst spring 2014′s fashion trends, Wide-Leg Trousers come bearing those exact qualities, enhanced only by spot-on styling, as if to point out that sometimes baggy can be a terrific idea. Not to mention that nothing beats the comfort of loose pants, you’ll have to agree on that.

Going from Mid-Rise to Wide-Leg the Wide Leg Trouser is sometimes dismissed too quickly, often for all the wrong reasons. Giving them a chance this season, doesn’t mean you have to be completely over the slim-line/skinny look. It just means you can step outside your comfort zone, even if it’s for one day of the week when you feel like wearing something else.

Making the Wide-Leg silhouette a flattering one: Much like with all the other fashion trends, we have to acknowledge the fact that the wide-leg trouser might not be for everyone. At the same time, knowing your body type is what allows you to make the most out of the long list of styling tips & tricks granting you to enjoy this particular type of silhouette.

Contrary to what you may believe, the wide-leg trouser is not for tall, skinny women only. If anything, they lend you a chance to achieve that long and lean silhouette, by adding extra length to your body. * Pear shaped women benefit from wearing wide leg trousers as they draw attention to the ankle, making the hips appear narrower * Wear your wide-leg pants with wedges, stilettos or towering heels if you’re petite * If you’re tall, style the trousers with pointy toe flats, ballets flats, lace-up flats or low heels * Remember that the hem must barely touch the floor to create a long and lean look * If your trousers are to the floor-sweeping type, wear them with open or peep-toe sandals * Balance the volume with something form fitting at the top

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