Expand for fun; This fall say goodbye to skinny

Despite the Israelis’ strong fondness for skinny and tight pants, this season it’s all a matter of big and wide – including in the pants section as well. The wide and flared pants are back – in all fabrics (including jeans) and all styles, and it’s clear to all of us that you too will have a pair or two in your wardrobe, so it’s time to figure out how to wear them properly.

MICU (Photo: Dudi Hasson)

We will start by shattering the myth that wide pants are low and therefore not suitable for low. That is not true at all. Wide and / or flared pants can be very flattering even for short women – it all depends on the top you choose to wear. Our recommendation – a short or tight top will do the job well and compliment.

The big secret in getting a look of wide or flared pants – it is not to drown in the clothes. It is important that they see where you are and your body so that it does not enlarge or expand you.

Mirit Rodrig.  Pants - NIS 699 (Photo: Shalev Ariel)Mirit Rodrig. Pants – NIS 699 (Photo: Shalev Ariel)

If it is flared pants, it means that the top wraps around the body and gradually descends to the sides, so that the flared is from the knee area down – you can completely combine with shirts of different lengths. The main thing is that the shirt will end up to the middle of the hips line, so that we get a glimpse of your legs and thus the cut will flatter you and not expand.

If it is wide pants, it means that the width is already the belt of the pants, then it is better for you to combine either with a shirt inside the pants (can also be wide), or a narrow and tight shirt. If you are not a woman of tight shirts but you really want to wear wide pants, choose shirts that wrap and tight in the chest area and expand downwards. That there is no excess fabric in the chest and armpit area. This way you will not “disappear” inside the look, and they will see that the width is the style of the clothes and not yours.

If you are still afraid that the look of wide or flared pants will shorten and expand you, you can always combine a top and bottom of the same family of colors, thus creating the illusion of a narrower and higher look: for example a blue shirt and jeans in navy blue, cream shirt and pants White, Total Look black, camel shirt and brown pants, etc.

Everything according to your style. There are quite a few women who like to combine flared pants with a long tunic for a super relaxed look. The secret in this case is to choose items from good, high-quality fabrics, in slightly more tailored and less ‘liquid’ cuts, for a chic and not anti-shanty look.

Pool & Bar (Photo: PR)Pool & Bar (Photo: PR)

Do not be afraid to combine wide or flared pants in the wardrobe, no matter if you are 16, 36 or 60. There is something more pleasant, loose and relaxed in them, which transmits a very confident style – and it is great.

Never worn wide or flared pants? My recommendation – choose one pair of flared pants, it will be easier for you to start getting used to this style. Prefer jeans or black pants – whatever you like or wear more, and just have a look out of your closet and go outside. You will find that the demon is not really terrible and that you can completely release the skinny a bit.

Onnoko (Photo: Michael Topiol)Onnoko (Photo: Michael Topiol)

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