Embrace your inner hippie! The flower child and free spirited era full of peace, love and the music of Woodstock may have ended in the ‘60s and ‘70s, but you can still rock the look of a hippie today. I am not suggesting that you completely transform your wardrobe into a closet full of bell-bottoms and tie-dye. However, I am challenging you to experiment with palazzo pants. The wide leg of the palazzo pant reflects the hippie days with a more current, on-trend touch.
Self-expression was also a key component of the hippie movement. I believe that fashion, then and now, is all about experimenting and expression. This Fashionista from Alabama was not afraid to express herself. She has an animated, lively personality that she replicates through her personal style. Her choice of a colorful and bold pattern reflects this. She also knows just how to style the pants. The pants stand out on their own and do not need anything additional that is overpowering. This Fashionista does a great job of not cluttering the outfit. She balances the bagginess of the palazzo pants perfectly with a tight fitted tank. I also love her decision to pair a print with a solid color. Her addition of layered bracelets and a simple necklace provide the perfect amount of bling for this ensemble.
Not only are these flowing pants trendy and adorable, they are also extremely comfortable. Who doesn’t love looking cute while staying comfy? I think we all can agree that this is a win-win. Celebrities definitely love this trend as well. Countless celebs have been spotted rocking this look. From Kendall Jenner to Olivia Wilde, palazzo pants are sweeping the streets of Hollywood. They will flatter your figure, keep you comfortable and make you stand out this summer. You can find palazzo pants all over. Experiment with different colors, prints and patterns to find out what reflects your personal style the best. Bring back the flare with palazzo pants!
What is your STYLE ADVICE OF THE WEEK? “Dress to impress! Don’t be afraid to stand out and try new trends.”