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Best ways to SLAY pant trousers ( Palazzo)

If you are looking for
new ideas of palazzo (pant) outfit combinations then you are on the right page,
darling.  The following outfits for sure
will add an elegant touch to your personality no matter if you are going on a
business trip or your basic working day.

Culottes, gauchos,
palazzo pants—this spring and summer are all about the new, loose cropped
trousers. Styling these pants can be tricky, but we’ve got your back. So
whether you’re wearing your culottes on a date, out for brunch on the weekend,
or to work (yes, it’s possible)
Here are some
compilations of some handy tips to help find the best pants for every body
type. I hope this will make your next shopping expedition a little less
stressful. Imagine that, we can now enjoy shopping for pants!
Straight Leg Pants
Straight leg pants are
an ideal style for any body type. I’m not talking about skinny leg pants.
Straight legs have a uniform width from the thigh to the hem not too narrow and
not too wide. The look is flattering because it creates a straight visual line
along the leg.
Straight leg pants
camouflage wide hips and heavy thighs, thus slimming your silhouette. Be
careful to avoid pants that taper even slightly at the ankle. This will throw
things off balance and make your hips look wider. Obviously, this style is also
great for slender women and those of us lacking in adequate rear padding. Tall
or petite, slender or plus-size, straight-leg pants are a winner for every body
Gaucho Pants
The gaucho cut
resurfaced several years ago and is still on the style radar. Gaucho pants fit
like regular pants at the waist and upper hip. They began a gradual flare at
the mid- to lower hip, continuing to the hemline – typically just below the
knee. Gauchos are great option for summer, as they give you the cooling
benefits of a skirt and the modesty of cropped pants. You can find them in
casual and dressy fabrics. You can even wear them in winter months. Choose a
weightier fabric and pair them with tights and knee-high boots.
If you are tall and
have long legs, gaucho pants are perfectly suited for you. However, other body
types can pull off the look by following a few rules. If you are petite, but
have a long torso and legs, you can rock gauchos just like your taller
counterparts. If you have a short midsection and legs, stick with gaucho pants
that have a less dramatic flair and longer length. Pair them with heels or thin
wedges to add height. Also, stay away from dark colors as they will add the
illusion of weight to your lower half and shorten your petite stature. Light
color gauchos will help elongate your body.
Tall, full-figured
women can also wear this style with no problem. If you are plus-size with a
short torso and legs, follow the same rules as petites. Another caveat of
wearing gaucho pants involves any size woman with heavy calves and thick
ankles. In this case, opt for a longer-length gaucho – almost a palazzo pant
with a moderate heel, to draw attention away from the lower leg area.
Boot Cut Pants
These pants feature a
traditional fit through the waist and hips, with straight legs – the only
difference being the slight flare as they reach the hem. The boot cut was
obviously designed to fit over work and cowboy boots. Today, it designates a
versatile pant style that can be worn with any type of footwear.
If you have a full
figure, boot cut pants will give your legs a longer, leaner look. Petites will
benefit from this style by wearing heels to help elongate the legs. Boot cut
pants provide the same benefits as straight-leg pants. They make you look slimmer,
complement your curves and are a great match for any body type!
Skinny Pants
I wish I had better
news, but this is something I can’t budge on. Sadly, skinny pants are not a
look for everyone. They may be very fashionable, but many women have issues with
them. If you’re on the fence about skinny pants, here’s the number one thing to
consider: they were designed for and look best on women with a svelte figure –
one that is not too thin, not too full.
The good news is
skinny pants look good whether you’re petite or tall, but if you are harboring
extra pounds or have a naturally curvaceous figure, you probably want to steer
clear of them.
Cropped Pants
What did we do without
cropped pants? The Gods were smiling on us when designers introduced them
several years back. My hope is they stay around for a very long time! For those
of us who like to be comfortable in summer heat, but feel uncomfortable wearing
shorts (i.e., exposing our thighs to the general population), cropped pants
give us the best of both worlds.
You can own the copped
pant look, but you must find the right length for your body type to pull it off
successfully. If you have large calves, select cropped pants with a hem that
falls below the widest part of your calf. Ankle length are the perfect
compromise for women with heavy legs.
Petite women should be
aware that cropped pants can visually cut the length of your legs, making you
appear even shorter. To elongate the body, petites and full-figures should
choose straight leg cropped pants and avoid cuffs, cargo pockets and other
decorative accents. Keep it simple.
Tall women should stay
away from cropped pants that hit just above the ankle. Go with a mid-calf
length to avoid looking like you’ve outgrown your pants. If you have thin legs
and ankles, find a cropped pant that fits slightly closer to the leg – that tip
is applicable for women of every size.
Wide Leg Pants
As with most pant
styles, tall, slender women have no problem wearing wide leg pants. There are a
number of stylists that believe full-figured and petite women should avoid them
altogether. I happen to disagree. I believe, with a flattering fit, most women
will look fabulous wearing wide leg pants.
Wide leg pants are not
designed to fit tightly through the hips – the leg should fall straight down
from the hip to the hem, with no curvature in the side seam or inseam. Believe
it or not, a pair of properly fitting, wide-leg pants can create and long,
slender profile. Dark color fabrics will further enhance that effect.
If you are petite,
consider this rule for wearing wide leg pants: if you’re on the slim side, pick
high-waist styles (sans pleats) to give your legs the appearance of length.
Pair your wide leg pants with a chunky heel to also elongate the leg – this tip
applies to everyone.
Finding the Right Fit
Finding the right size
and fit is critical for selecting any style of pants – no matter your body type
or stature. Baggy pants will increase your girth and tight pants will emphasize
things we typically want to hide. When trying to determine the proper waist
size, you should be able to place two fingers comfortably inside the waistband
to ensure a comfortable fit.
When shopping, it is
always a good idea to bring along another set of eyes – preferably someone who
will give you an honest assessment. If not, you will have to rely on your own
judgment and that of the salesperson – and as we all know, salespeople don’t
always have our best interests at heart!



Written by Miracle Boniface

Miracle Boniface is a Fashion, beauty and a lifestyle blogger. A content curator and also a certified digital marketer.

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