This Fall 2015 season, it’s all about letting things loose. Hey there everyone, let's have a look at my favorite wide-leg pants what you can wear from work to parties. We saw tons of different wide-leg styles on the runways, and you know what? There was nothing boring about these bottoms.
Here we see Adam Lippes high-rise grey colored floor-length bottoms worn with white top and pastel blue jacket with white fur collar.
Personally, for me, these pants are just effortlessly chic what can be worn all year round, as they will never go out of style, as they keep on evolving. The thing about any pants is to find the ones what will be just right for you, no matter if it's pleated, classical, sophisticated, super flowy or more structured. They create clean and streamlined silhouette what makes you look higher than you are. I have looked through tons of collections to find versatile and easy-to-style models, so you can jump on the trend bandwagon. I’ve got eleven best pairs to take you through winter 2015-2016 in style.
Audra brand offers its clientèle pleated grey version what can be worn with your everyday office tops.
Brand CULTRO offers black colored version what looks a bit slouchy, but still great for wearing at work. Try them on with a modern looking jacquard black jacket and heeled sandals.
J. Crew offers maxi grey colored wide trousers what can be paired with turtleneck cozy sweaters, creating a kind of 1970's inspired look.
Rebecca Taylor shares with us a beautiful naval style with buttons. Try them on with a short dark blue casual jacket and keep things relaxed and vintage-inspired.
Another version of naval style wide-leg trousers from Rebecca Taylor. This time we see light grey version worn with white top and animal print fur coat.
Keep it dark green. We see Rosie Assoulin creation in dark green color styled with matching color long coat.
Super wide black design comes from Rosie Assoulin. These pants look fun and ideal for parties.
Tia Cibani keeps it relaxed and luxurious.
ZAC Zac Posen retro touch.
A.W.A.K.E. keeps them high-waisted, pleated and cuffed.