ALL IN THE DETAILS: '70s Revival

Spring is all about experimenting with new trends and colors. One trend that has been showing up on the runways this season is ’70s-inspired fashion. Flared pants are making a comeback, so put those skinny jeans away! They come in denim if you want a more dressed down vibe or cotton or silk if you want to dress up. Incorporating this trend into your spring wardrobe can be a little tricky, but I’m here to give you tips on how flared pants can look good on anyone. When wearing flared pants, you must wear a heel, preferably a wedge, to give it that authentic ’70s style. The exaggerated shape of the pants makes your legs look longer, and a wedge heel can take it a step further. You should look for a high-waisted cut for a flattering fit. It will also make your legs look longer and give you some curves. Finally, the length of the pants should be a little longer than the pants you usually wear because you are wearing heels.

This Fashionista has her own take on the ’70s revival trend. She started with a multicolored pair of flared pants. The print is more modern than the prints that were on flared pants of the ’70s. She brought out the blue in her pants by adding a cobalt blue scoop neck shirt. Her black leather jacket was the best way to tone down the colors of her pants and shirt. The Fashionista’s black heeled boots gave her legs the added length to wear flared pants. She was all about her accessories! Her pendant necklace she wore was another trend from the ’70s. She also added another stand out accessory, which is her unique ear cuff.

How To: Want to embrace the ’70s trends? Try a pair of high-waisted flared pants! Make sure you wear heels to lengthen your legs. Add some ’70s-inspired jewelry like a pendant necklace.