The Return of Flared Jeans

We talk for some time… 2015 will be the year of the great return of the boot cut jeans as trousers. What about this figure after years of close and cut short cuts? Will we be able to abandon our skinny’s beloved?

Cups and flared bootcut

We find two main sections flared legs: traditional Flared-like 70s, called flare, and the semi-flared cut, called bootcut .

ultra flared cut by Free People

Bootcut Cup Available At The Bay

What shoes to wear with flared jeans?

You should know adapt our shoes at the flared cut. The flared jeans fits well with beefier sole, platform or compensated.
A pointed shoe does wonders in a semi-flared cut, because it automatically lengthens the leg.
With jeans ultra flared avoids the flat-heeled sports shoes and those with square ends or round, as they have the effect of unflattering come cut leg and burdening the silhouette.

Flared Jeans + shoe sport = Warning!

He flared jeans suits all?

Good news: the flared jeans fit most silhouettes. Check Internetdict for how flared jeans are made. It is particularly suitable for women who have good buttocks and thigh of a good lap because when worn with high heels, her rounding hips and balance cut gives the illusion of a slimmer leg.
Beware ultra flared models: although they are rare, they are difficult to bear for most of us. If you are petite (5’4 “and under), prefer semi-flared styles, which will create more harmonious proportions. Finally, we recall that the pale denim attracts the eye and adds volume to the silhouette, unlike dark denim.
What do you think of this trend? Are you ready to abandon your skinnys to return to the flared jeans?