70s style retro flared jeans

70s style retro flared jeans are making a major comeback this season; it’s time to banish those skinny jeans to the back of the wardrobe and start rocking the flared jeans. 

Retro flared jeans are flattering, versatile and a fashion favourite for a stylish look. They are the ultimate leg lengthener & every girl should own a pair of them. Vintage flared jeans will suit virtually everyone, slim or curvy, and will look great regardless of your height. 

Choose the best cut that fits your body shape; if you’re petite buy a petite size flared jeans instead of hemming regular flares. If you’re short it’s best to pair them with stilettos, chunky platforms & wedges to elongate your legs or flat shoes.  70s style flared jeans can be worn with a blouse, tank top, shirts, cropped tops, t-shirt or knit wear. 70s style flared jeans are great for layering with a blazer, cardigan or with a biker/denim jacket.

How to wear 70s style retro flared jeans

Victoria Beckham has been spotted in numerous occasion rocking flared jeans. Steal her look on how to wear retro style flared jeans.

Pair them with a slouch tank top, wedges and accessorise appropriately for a day or night look. Pair a vintage style flared jeans with a basic top, heels, a statement necklace and a clutch bag for a night look. Wear your jeans like the stylish Jessica Alba who teamed her retro style flared jeans with a striped top, sunglasses, necklace, navy cardigan and wedges to add lengthening effect.

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