It’s Fall 2016 and flared jeans are back in style! I’ve heard that trends repeat themselves every couple of years but now I’m at the age where I can witness it for myself. Bell bottoms first made their appearance in the 1970s, which was before my time. However, I do remember these trendy pants springing back into style during my middle school days which was in the early 2000s. Here’s how I style my flares:
I’m wearing a V-neck, light weight blouse with wing sleeves. The blouse is accented with a low-cut back which has a stringed tie. I paired this top with my True Religion flares.
I wasn’t able to find the exact top but I found something similar from Zara. I’m wearing an XS. I was lucky enough to find these jeans at a super low-cost from a second-hand clothing boutique but I’ve linked some True Religion flares below. I’m wearing size 25.
. Blouse with full sleeves
Karlie short inseam bell bottom women’s Jean
Photography by Dino Mosley
Makeup by Vicky G.
Today I’m wearing a long sleeve crop top with white skinny jeans This casual look is perfect for a leisure day in the park. I usually wear sneakers when I know I’ll do a lot of walking but I wore thick heels which give me comfort and dress.
Peep toe corset lace-up chunky heel – black (similar but not exact to what I’m wearing)
This off the should, wide sleeved top is super lightweight and looks great paired with skinny jeans. The wide flowing top tucked into skinny jeans accentuates your legs making them look much skinnier and longer. I was able to find this entire outfit at FashionQ in Los Angeles. The brand of the top is Jella C.
This Ruffle-Hem Romper has been my go-to outfit during the tail end of Summer 2016. I love rompers in general just because they only require one step to get dressed! This one in particular is comfortable and casual giving a bit of a pajama feel. It’s also so easy to dress up with heals allowing for perfect versatility.
It’s on sale for only $14.99 at Macy’s. Check it out in the link below.
Printed Ruffle-Hem Romper
Purse: Kate Spade Ridge Street Kirby tote
My summer was full of wearing blush colors and I couldn’t seem to get away! You can never go wrong with these soft colors in the warm weather. Here are two ways I’ve incorporated blush into my wardrobe.
- First look is a White double bounded bustier top with my blush colored knee length skirt from the High waist Wednesday Post
- Second Look is a simple plain white tank top with Rosewood Ankle Skinny Jeans (not the exact style but same brand). Any Draped collared jacket would look great with this look. I found mine at Fashion Q but a look alike can be found here.
It’s not Fall weather here in LA, still nice and warm. Perfect for blush colors.