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Fashionista NOW: What Top Styles To Wear With Flared Jeans?

Credit | Sarah Huff

Wonder what to wear with the season’s hottest flared jeans? Look to these fashion-loving ladies for a quick style inspo.

The flared jeans’ existence was taken over by skinny jeans about a decade ago and 2016 sees its slow but gradual return into the contemporary fashion scene, supported by the love for the 70s bell bottoms.

While we can’t ever begin to say goodbye to skinny jeans as they remain a stubborn denim staple, flared jeans too have a place in our closet. The flared style is awesome on days when you’d like to liberate the calf area from leg-fitting jeans whilst sporting a long pair of jeans. Partnered with the right top that also corresponds to your figure type, there are just too many ways these elongating flared jeans can be introduced into your wardrobe.

Unsure what top styles to wear with flared jeans/pants? Ideas below!

The Kind Of Tops To Wear With Flared Style Jeans

Multi Striped Shirt

| Onyinye Ibeagi


High Low Sweater

| Lauren G.


Turtle Neck Sweater

| Emma Lee


Lace Up Top

| Iféoluwa Anani


Ruffle Blouse

| Mónica Sors


Stripe Turtle Neck Cropped Sweater

| Jaime Xie


Lace Up + Faux Fur Jacket

| Francesca Felix


Cotton Jersey Tee

| Jiawa Liu


Lace Up Fringe Top

| Andrea Nahle


What are your thoughts on the return of the flared jeans trend? How do you style yours? Which cut do you love more: skinny or flared? Share below – I’d love to know!

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