Palazzo Pants

23 May

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I’m loving the palazzo pants for this summer. If you’re slightly overwhelmed by the name, it is essentially just a relaxed, loose, wide-legged pants. It is so versatile and appropriate for a lot of body types.

I know it seems a little daunting to wear something so big and apparent when you’re out and about, but there are several cuts of palazzo pants you can get in stores. Some have wider legs than others; if you’re not as confident to wear a really wide-legged palazzo, then stick to slimmer tailored cuts like these Zara beauties, comes in 3 different colours. I’m especially drawn to the striking green pair;

source: zara.com

If you’re slightly more brave, these pairs would embrace the palazzo trend well;

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source: asos.com
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Wear this on a hot summer day or out for a special occasion. One of the things that I love most about this pants is that, you can wear it with any top and style it in different ways to achieve different looks everytime!

Pair this with chunky heels and it will elongate your legs like no other! Especially helpful for petites as it will not drown you when you pair this pants with heels!

Olivia Palermo has always been my style icon ever since she appeared on screen, she’s a star at styling and always look so immaculate! Here is how she wears her palazzo pants!

source: oliviapalermofashion.blogspot.com

Invest in a pair, and you’ll be amaze at how chic and sophisticated it’ll make you feel!

Have a great week!

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