WIDE-LEG pants, loved by stars from Kate Middleton to Phoebe Waller-Bridge, are a staple this season.
Clemmie Fieldsend shows you how to get a premium look at High Street prices.
WARM & COMFORTABLE
Cozy, comfortable clothes are all we want this time of year, and these wide leg pants have a plush feel, making them warm and comforting.
Pair it with complementary textures, like a chunky sweater, and throw on a trusty raincoat to keep the weather at bay.
- Trench coat, £66 and brown trousers, £25, asos.com
- white shirt, £15, Primark
- cream jumper, £29.50, Marks & Spencer
- bag, £39.99, Katie Loxton
- shoes, £85, Dune
Flares aren’t always stiff and form-fitting. This wide leg joggers style creates a casual look, while the bold pop of color makes you look anything but sloppy.
Similar sporty fabrics, like the nylon in this coat, bring the whole outfit together – perfect for a jaunt to the shops.
- Quilted jacket, £30, Asda
- White t-shirt, £9, gap.co.uk
- red trousers, £29.50, Marks & Spencer
- earrings, £10, River Island
- bag, £23.99, new look
- trainers, £32, asos.com
70s OFFICE TREND
PINSTRIPES are synonymous with workwear, but you can give them a modern update with these bell bottoms.
Ultra-wide ’70s-style leg with deep cuffs balances the body for those with a pear shape.
Plus, their razor-sharp darts keep the look sleek for work.
CAMEL colored pants are a great wardrobe staple – they act as a neutral and go with any color for every season.
Pair this pair of tailored flares with similar straight shaped partings to create a clean look for fuller silhouettes.
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WHY not tick two fashionable boxes with these chic pants?
Checks are huge for fall/winter and instantly bring a stylish edge to plain looks.
At the same time, their wide-legged silhouette lends a designer-inspired finish.
- Camel Blazer, £49.99, Mango
- cream turtleneck, £10, Primark
- striped jumper, £55, Oliver Bonas
- pants, £38, Next
- shoes, £24.99, New Look.
DENIM bootcuts are the classic look when it comes to flares.
For a more mature and up-to-date look, it’s always best to go for a dark indigo shade with minimal fuss.
The darker shade is slimming and can be dressed up with a glam top, or down with this tonal cardigan.