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Fashionista NOW: How To Wear Flowy Striped Pants?

Credit | Julia Novik

Outfit of the day ideas with flowy striped pants.

I just found myself having a vintage pants cut in a flowy construction from my mom’s boutique – that’s what I call her wardrobe because trendy things keep popping up from the past. And the pants has vertical stripe prints that are colored in the sweetest shade of blue. I decided to take a roam on Lookbook to see what stripe pants style bloggers are currently sporting and how they wear them. The trouser styles most prevalent are culottes and the palazzo variety, which make for the perfect bottowmear to slip into when the sun is out to get you.

I love casual chic looks and found a list of lookbookers that wear them in this particular styling. If you got flowy stripe pants lying around wasting away in the corner of your closet, then please show them love, dust them off imaginary lints, put on your style thinking cap and wear them again after you grab a few style pointers from the looks down below.

Enjoy!


Which striped pants style would you love to wear and which is your favorite look? Share below – I’d love to know!

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