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Fashionista NOW: What Have Become Of The Palazzo Pants In 2018?

Fashionista NOW: What Have Become Of The Palazzo Pants In 2018?

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Palazzo pants are still around and kicking as we enter the second half of 2018.

While some love wearing their pants fitted most of the times, some of us rotate between the various silhouettes due to moods and for the most part, practicality. The palazzo is especially popular in Malaysia for reasons being that the pants have a lot of room for breeze to enter and heat to escape for when you want a full coverage bottom that is not a full maxi skirt.

The flowy trousers are especially loved for the laidback look that can also be sprinkled with a dose of dressiness aided by your footwear of choice, accessories and the kind of blouse you opt to wear on top.

With the humid tropical summer blasting on high here in tropical Malaysia, the variety of fabric options made available ensure that you get to wear the most breathable palazzos outside and something more insulating to meet the needs to survive the overactive air-conditioning within some concrete buildings.

For those wondering if the palazzo pants are still relevant with the fashion scene, well, the answer is simply you bet it is. To find out how the fashion-savvy from across the globe are wearing their favorite wide leg pants, simply scroll on and enjoy!

Which palazzo outfit style is your favorite? Share below – I’d love to know.

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