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Fashionista NOW: Loose Trousers Fashion Inspiration

This year’s low slung, billowy trouser trend may look okay-ish on tall models but why go ultra slouchy when mildly loose-fitting option is available? Learn how to wear loose and slightly baggy pants without looking like you’ve given up.

Spring/summer season calls for a breezy take on pants. Near the equator where full-blown sunny humid weather is taking place, anything breathable is obligatory. So loose pants, along with the reemergence of culottes are welcome with open arm and hyperventilating hearts.

In my opinion, uber slouchy pants that border on the side of extra large palazzo are not that easy to pull off and I am certain that you’d much prefer a relaxed-fitting pant style that will not swallow the wearer whole.

Plus, the ultra baggy pants worn by runway models for Chloé, Theyskens’ Theory, and Narciso Rodriguez are just too oversized even for the models that it’s crossing hobo territory. However, if you like the sort of drown-in-your-pants look, then by all means please go for it.

For skinny-cut-pants-loving gals, going baggy may seem like an old school decision, but it’s really not.

When you take the time to mix it up with say, a fitted or boxy crop top of your liking, it does take on a modern spin. With structured and streamlined blouses and snappy footwear, you’d look like you’re ready to seize the day.

In sunny temperatures like where I am, loose pant styles are needed for very obvious practical reasons.

The feeling of sweaty legs stuck in tight-fitting pants is off-putting and stewing in your own juices in the afternoon sun is a recipe for all kinds of disaster. So to have a plethora of loose trouser styles that are on trend this year is splendid, really.

If you’re not inclined to wearing skirts, you might just as well give your legs the break that they direly need in pants that are not clingy.

Let’s cast our attention to the lookbooks below to learn how we can personalize our loose trousers into chic looks that can be taken from day to night, shall we?

printed trousers – Ekyog

Clashing subtle prints like this (above) is the best. The pants aren’t terribly slouchy and the skinny belt helps to mark her waist. The sweet silk top with contrasting peter pan collar gives the whole look a retro vibe that I really like. Valentine finishes off with a pair of unexpected glitter flats and a no-fuss bag.

leopard print trousers – Sugarlips

If you’d like to go a little more baggy all over, you can take a cue from the lookbook above. Jennifer pairs her baggy leopard print pants with an off-shoulder fringed top. She works both slouch on top and bottom but not without accentuating her waistline with a skinny belt.

tartan trousers – Zara

This laid back look is given a fresh update by topping off with a long coat and a striking blue heel.

red trousers – Mango

A vibrant color can do so much to an outfit. Team bold red loose trousers with a fitted black and white print crop top and finish off with a pair of heels. If crop tops ain’t your thing, swap with a fitted top that you can tuck in, instead.

aztec print trousers – MissPouty

A printed pair of loose-fitting pants can be easily partnered with a solid top. Sun keeps her ensemble chic and neutral. Her trapeze bag and heels help to give a formal flair to an otherwise off-duty look.

cropped wide trousers – Sheinside

Here’s a pairing of a muted black loose cropped pants with a boxy cropped top in bright yellow. Instead of heels, you can throw in a pair of wedges for a relaxed outfit result. Carry a statement bag for a more personalized look.

mint trousers – Vero Moda

Pair mint loose trousers with a streamlined top and chuck on a blazer. Complete the look with tan heels and minimal jewelry for an office-ready attire.

Do you like any of the looks here? How would you style your loose-fit pants this season? Share with us below!

“What a strange power there is in clothing.”Isaac Bashevis Singer

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Here on Fashionista NOW, our one and very own Miss Reverie showcases the latest in fashion trends and its various social implications in our everyday lives. You may read more of her at REVERIE SANCTUARY.

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