This summer pants send the message, “Go wide or go home!” Casual wide-leg pants are in style, and it’s a welcome change. We’ve had years of skinny jeans, which are all good and well, but it’s nice to finally have a little breathing room if you know what I mean. Flowy, casual wide-leg pants are the ultimate in comfort.
It’s no surprise this lounge-style silhouette is so popular since everyone is mainly at home, living a very relaxed lifestyle. Check out these casual wide-leg pants that are breezy, practical, and chic.
Cuffed Wide Leg Pants
These gorgeous green lounge pants are a summer no-brainer. Loose flowy legs and wide cuffs give these comfy bottoms a glamorous 40’s look and feel.
If you don’t like green, these also come in camel and black. They look understated and chic when paired with this cream knit tank, woven leather bag, and classic leather slide sandals.
Floral Wide Leg Pants
ALOHA! At least that’s the vibe of these colorful, tropical wide-leg pants that are easy and breezy. Imagine strolling along the beach in these with that fabulous ombre wicker bag, rich rope sandals, and darling cropped front tie top.
Intricate turquoise earrings add a beachy finishing touch. This look is perfect for your vacation, even if it’s in your backyard!
Black Casual Wide Leg Pants
I’ve never met a woman who didn’t love a pair of great black pants. These ones go the extra mile. Instead of plain black flowy pants, try these charming, print wide-leg pants from Tommy Bahama.
These wide swept pants are fitted across the hip and flare out to the perfect width on the bottom. They pull on in a flash and look great with anything color you wear up top.
White and black is always a striking combo, and this cute bold shoulder shirt is ideal for balancing out your bottom half and gives you a sexy hourglass figure. Add a cute pair of espadrille sandals and a boho bag, plus a pair of sexy dangly earrings, and you are all ready for a fun and stylish summer.
What do you think of casual wide-leg pants, and will you be wearing them this summer?