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Fashionista NOW: Why The Palazzo Trend Is Still Going Strong?

Why The Palazzo Trend Is Still Going Strong?

What top to wear with palazzo pants? Where do I get pretty palazzo pants without breaking the bank? Are they even on trend as we move into 2016?

With the love for relaxed yet stylish pants still running high as we near the end of 2015, we look to the reasons why palazzos remain hot in the fashion seat.

Are palazzo pants still in style in 2015?

In the context of Malaysia, I would say that it’s a big yes, judging from the often updated collections of the flared trousers seen on various online fashion boutiques. This news portal even declared that palazzo is the pants of the season, though I’m not sure which season. I’m going for the ultimate fashion season for the whole of 2015.

Why palazzo remains a much loved pant trend here in the tropical nation doesn’t take a genius to unravel. With joggers, trackies and comfy harem pants that too have boldly made a return this year, along with the 70s flared bell-bottoms, it’s no surprise that palazzo pants have a hold on us, thanks to the kind-to-any-figure silhouette.

The relaxed flowy pants have been a go-to years back coupled with the 2015’s declared favorite fashion is the 70s — folks keep seeing the return of all kinds of bell-bottoms, a renewed appreciation for flowy pants is strengthened. Plus, palazzo pants are a reliable version of the maxi skirt, if I may say so, for practical women with a hectic daily schedule who want the feel of a skirt minus the commitment.

A high-waisted palazzo in particular has such a flattering, torso-elongating cut that when paired with the right top, the end outfit result is often quite chic. Depending on the footwear, blouse and accessories of choice, you can create a look that is professional, casual, street-style chic or out-there glam easily.

Let’s look at some of the palazzo pants that are currently available for the taking from, ZALORA, Malaysia’s online go-to for fashionistas looking for a fix, down below, shall we?

 

The Grey Palazzo

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| grey palazzo

Rendered in a dark grey, the loose-fitting palazzo has quite a flare as it extends downward. The subtle pleats at the waist bring a charming visual addition into the muted pants. Wear with a tucked-in top to highlight the smallest bit of your waist.

 

The Plum Pleated Palazzo

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| plum pleated palazzo

With all-over pleats in a statement plum, this is a statement palazzo you can wear for both work and play. Wear with a heel for a dressy vibe and if you’re not into tucking in your blouse, opt for a crop top that grazes the waistline of the pants. If you’ve got a taut midriff, and like to flash a bit of flesh, then opt for bandeau crop tops.

 

The Baby Pink (Rose Quartz) Palazzo

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| rose quartz palazzo

The dreaminess of the light pink against the wide-legged palazzo is undeniably appealing to fans of the pastel persuasion. In comparison to the pants previously shown, this one has the minimalist factor nailed, with clean lines and a lack of frills. Wear with a tucked in blouse that boasts long bell sleeves to take on the flare-on-flare look. Be sure to keep the waist smartly cinched for an effective figure elongating effect.

 

The Porcelain Floral Palazzo

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| porcelain floral palazzo

Love the oriental-flavored porcelain motif? This palazzo features a stunning floral pattern in the soft shades of blue, reminiscent of the blue and white porcelain romper fashion bloggers were raving about last Spring/Summer.

 

The Holiday Red Palazzo

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| holiday red palazzo

With the year-end festivities already kicking into high gear, anything in RED spells ready-to-party and this red palazzo and its glorious 70s vibe may be the piece you need to end the year with a bang. Since red is statement enough, you can keep the rest of your outfit in neutral hues of beige and black. A sprinkle of sparkle is always welcome too.

 

The Emerald Green Palazzo

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| emerald green palazzo

The green on this palazzo is on the cool side of the spectrum. A statement color that is not as loud as red but still is just as effective. The flare isn’t as exaggerated making it perfect for those who like a more toned down version of the wide-legged palazzo.


So, ladies: What do you think of our curated must-have palazzo list? Are you still into the wide-legged fashion trend? Share your thoughts below.

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