Pants are staples in every woman’s closet. From the skinny jeans worn by fashionistas winter and summer to relaxed pants, joggers, and more, no woman can get away without having at least one pair of pants in her closet. This season however, another style of pants is making a comeback and taking its place before some of the other silhouettes and that is the 70’s inspired denim pants.
Blame it on the never ending allure of Farrah Fawcett or on Yves Saint Laurent 70’s alluding fashion pieces going down the runway — whatever the reason, 70’s style denim pants are taking the streets by storm, thanks to fashionistas who are styling this denim number is a number of beautiful ways.
Whether you choose to take your look completely back to the 70’s or you prefer to give your style only a hint of the decade, there are several ways you can work your 70’s denim pants in your everyday style as the following seven tips will prove.
Channel classic 70’s elegance
For a full on 70’s inspired look that is still elegant, pair your denim pants with a pussy bow blouse that ties all the way up to your neck, leave your hair down and finish the look off with a wide brim hat.
For a laid back, 70’s inspired look, pair your denim pants with a tight fitting buttoned up shirt tucked into your pants and wear a colored belt — something classic like brown for a stylish cool ensemble.
Striped tops go so well with this 70’s inspired pants. The always classic, nautical inspired tops with the denim pants create a perfectly timeless look that can be worn every day of the week.
Go for more denim
For a look that is daring and so 70’s, try wearing your pants with a denim buttoned up shirt in the same colored blue as the pants. The head to toe denim will hit the right style notes if both garments are of a similar color.
Another 70’s alluding material, try pairing a suede piece with your denim pants next time around. Go for a delicate looking, spaghetti strap top in this material or a shirt and bring an element of elegance to your denim pants.
Dare with faux fur
When you are 70’s obsessed and you want to channel the glamour of the 70’s beauties who danced all night at Studio 54, then there is no other way to do it than by wearing a faux fur jacket for a look that takes bold to a whole new level.
With the 70’s inspired pants normally being high waisted and having huge flares at the bottom, wearing heels, rather than ballet pumps or a sandal is the way to style this fashion piece in the best possible light. There are a number of ways you can work a heel with high waisted pants, you can try wedges, chunky heels or stilettos.
What do you think of this trend? Are you tempted to try a 70’s inspired look any time soon? Share your thoughts below!