Is it because Abba just released a new album after 40 years? I don’t know, but suddenly ’70s style wide flare pants are cool again! And the bonus is they’re very slimming too. Here’s a look at three trendy black flare pants and modern ways to style them.
1. Black Leather Flare Pants
Leather pants are the easiest way to give an outfit an edgy urban vibe, and they are trendy right now. So it’s no surprise they have turned up in leather. These faux leather flare pants sell like hotcakes because they are lighter than leather and have built-in stretch. I think this grape-colored crop sweater looks fabulous, and the bell sleeves are pretty flirty and fun. Add some suede booties, a chic bag, and a colorful scarf to tie the whole look together.
2. Suede Leather Flare Pants
Remember the Spanx brown suede pants I wore last week? These are the same ones in black. I adore these black faux suede flare pants. They fit like a dream and are super comfy ( not too thin) with lots of built-in stretches. They are done through the tummy and thighs, and because they are from Spanx, they hold everything in! So that you know, I’m a six, which is usually a size small, but in Spanx, I am a medium. They are also very long, sowill need heels, whichgivingthat long, lean look.
I love suede’s soft, rustic look with a silk or satin top. This blue studded satin top with black is such a modern color combo. This is a perfect holiday party outfit.
3. Velvet Flare Pants
Soft velvety flare pants are heavenly this time of year and cozy to cuddle up with a glass of wine by the fire with friends. This pull-on pair of velvet flare pants look great with a silky camisole, cozy belted cardigan, and a plush bag. Chic suede mules and a touch of gold jewelry complete this luxurious look.