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Whenever someone says a word corduroys, I remember my horrible red pants, which I hated to wear every day as a child, and how they always clung uncomfortably to my leg when it rained. How I envied everyone who didn’t have to wear them and how happy I was when they finally got ruined. Over time, however, I reassessed my relationship with them. Everyone has their own little “trauma” from the early school years, but it would be a shame to give up something as comfortable and stylish as them. Corduroys they have been popular for almost 200 years among all age groups and both sexes.

Thanks to their material, which is soft and pleasantly warm, they are corduroys extremely suitable for the severe frosts that are currently prevailing. Even though they are ideal for colder weather, it doesn’t mean that you can’t wear them at other times, even if it’s probably not the right thing to do in the summer.

The choice of color is entirely up to you, you can stay with classic beige, caramel or black, which will never get lost in your wardrobe, or you can also bet on a colorful one that will shine through you all day.

How to wear corduroys?

One rule applies here, the wider the stripes on the pants, the more moderate you should be with the choice of top. Maybe that’s why it’s also better to go for the classic ones, which you can combine with almost anything. You don’t have to limit yourself to wearing them just for free time, how about wearing them to a party? You will charm others in a skinny cut together with a glamor top and high-heeled shoes.

K corduroys you can wear almost any t-shirt or shirt, but try to tuck it into your pants like a proper schoolgirl to make your figure stand out beautifully. Manshestrovina fits perfectly with the cut of the pants in the style of the 70s, i.e. wide bells already from the hips. In addition to making your legs look infinitely longer, you will feel more comfortable than in jeans.

So can you think of at least one reason not to get one?


Source: LUXURYMAG. Móda a módní trendy. 2018. by

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