5 Ways to Style Flare Jeans
My love for flare jeans started in 7th grade, when I fell head over heels for a pair of impossibly wide flare leg jeans from JNCO - flames shooting up the legs and all!
I rocked that bad boy at school the next day and soaked up the compliments - okay maybe just in my head 😆 but at least I felt cool and that's really all that matters!
I still feel like a baddie when I wear them, which is why I'm pumped to see so many options available in stores again.
Then read on my flare jean friends for a little inpso on how to style this silhouette.
A sleek and chic button-up
Tuck this shirt in and pair with pearl barrettes for a boss babe twist on flare jeans.
Blazer + graphic tee
A cool and classic combo no matter what bottoms you have on!
A cropped cardigan/blouse
To up your comfort level, try grabbing a high-rise flare jean for a little more belly coverage.
Crochet is having a big moment right now and it adds a little retro touch that I just can't resist!
A bodysuit + kimono
This combo plays into the 70s boho look from whence the flare jeans came. And it's perfect for enjoying a patio happy hour at your favorite brewery this summer.
Which one will you try? Leave a comment to let me know!
I'm Rachel Michael, a style coach focused on creatively bringing the art of style to women who are ready to authentically STAND OUT. My focus is on building confidence in my clients by developing their signature style through wardrobe edits, personal shopping services and styling sessions. I specialize in bringing the creative energy that lights my clients up on the inside into their outside appearance so they feel more whole and powerful than ever before!
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