The flared and wide-legged palazzo pants are back and how! Super popular in the 60’s and 70’s these absolutely comfy and chic pants have definitely come back with a bang. Not to be confused with bell bottoms which are fitted throughout and flared at the bottom) palazzo pants (flared throughout) have not only created a fashion stir but are being used in more versatile ways than ever.
Everyone seems to be eager to jump onto the ‘palazzo style wagon’ and why not? After all it’s not every day that one encounters a fashion trend that is stylish yet comfortable. The interesting part about palazzo’s is that they can be worn in a myriad ways and are capable of taking you through a casual lunch as well as a formal meeting. You can team them up with a crop top, a ruffle top, or even a long kurta depending on the occasion. Just make sure that the top is well fitted and you are good to go.
With a plethora of options available all around you, from diverse fabrics (choose from crepe, linen, jersey, cotton, chiffon, etc.) to a multitude of prints (floral, geometrical etc.), it’s not easy to stay away from this glam trend. And there is no reason you should, because with the right flare and texture palazzo’s compliment any body type. Those with a petite frame can go for the mid-waist palazzo’s to give an illusion of height, extra flares work very well for those with an apple-shaped body while those with a pear-shape can try out the limited flare ones. Like we said, when it comes to palazzo’s, there’s one for everyone.
We are sure that by now you are raring to try on one of these beauties. Rest assured you won’t find a single flaw in these fluid pants. Visit www.sochstudio.com right now to shop them online and introduce your wardrobe to a whole new world this summer. Time to say goodbye to those not-so-comfortable jeggings and skinny jeans!
By Reshma Bajaj
Reshma is a merchandising expert at sochstudio.com. She avidly follows on all the in trends around the world and can’t stop herself from talking/writing about it. She knows what goes where hence…