So you love palazzo trousers, right? In today's post I want to draw your attention to these amazing, super wide-leg, loose and flowing pants. When I see these bottoms I think of 1960's and 1970's years comeback. It's completely impossible not to see these pants in the streets these days. Lots of bloggers and fashionistas appear in these pretty styles at various fashion and dressy events. If you want yourself a glamour, yet completely effortless look, then you definitely should go for palazzo! Why do so many women wear this style? First of all, they are amazingly comfortable. Second, you can wear them in cold winter days (it's better to wear tights under the trousers) and during hot summer vacations (most of designs come in light fabrics) by adding a simple tank. Of course they are not for everyone. If you are short, petite, then you better forget about them.
Just look at these adorable semi-sheer dusty blue wide trousers styled with lightweight crispy-white shirt and long silk leopard print scarf. Finish the look by adding statement sunglasses and oversize green satchel bag.
There are thousands of amazing ideas to style these bottoms with your everyday essentials. They look awesome with oversized tops, long cover-ups and loose hair. All the showcased bottoms are funky, different and cool. My favorites are those ones made of flowy silk soft fabrics making wearer look hot and sophisticated. If you want yourself a more sexy look, then try on sheer design in wild prints. Some of the presented styles look like maxi skirts giving you an effortless look. The length of these bottoms can vary from ankle to floor-length. That's why you can try these trousers with cool flats, gladiator sandals, classic pumps, glossy stilettos and many other different footwear styles. Speaking of overall look, then it's better to try on bohemian trend, which is more appropriate for sporting these bottoms.
Keep it boho inspired by wearing a tweed blazer with pale red , slightly pleated loose-fit trousers.
Keep them bright and choose blue version with black tops. Finish the look by adding a leather tote bag and eye-catching jewelery.
Dark fuchsia bottoms can work with white knitted sweater. Finish the look by adding rounded sunglasses and modern bag.
I kind of like monochromatic high wasted ones. They look both professional and classy with a cool 1970's vibe.
They do look pretty awesome, that's why you better get some inspo, before you buy one of these trousers. I have put together the best looks to choose from, so it's up to you which one of these outfits will fit your style.