Flares were once a thing of the 70s but not any more as they've made a fashionable comeback after being seen on the SS15 runway shows of House of Holland, Saint Laurent, Tom Ford and Tommy Hilfiger. Although this isn't a trend I'm particularly fond of I'm sure there's plenty of you who are excited at the prospect of giving your overworn skinny jeans a rest.
If you're a fashion trend junkie or someone who's keen on incorporating a pair (or a couple lol) into your spring-summer wardrobe, but not sure how, simply start off by rocking them with a tight-fitting top, chunky jewellery and either a cropped blazer or faux leather jacket. Furthermore, if you tend to play it quite safe and usually opt for neutral coloured clothing but is keen on experimenting, why not invest in a printed pair of flared trousers. Yes! Maybe a little too outside of your comfort zone but I'm forever telling my friends to "try it on" as you just never know. Trust me, there's been one too many times when I've fallen in love with a hanging item only to fall right out of it once I've tried it on, and vice versa.
Below are some of my current favourite flared trousers from the high-street stores. What are you favourite ones from this selection? I'm also intrigued to know whether this is a trend you think is YAY! or NAY!. Do let me know :)
Flared Flare Jeans - £39.99 from Mango (click here to view)
Flared Trousers - £40 from Topshop (click here to view)
Flared Suit Trousers - £39.99 from H&M (click here to view)
MOTO Clean-Cut Flared Jeans - £40 from Topshop (click here to view)
Black Dogtooth Elastic Side Flared Leggings - £30 from River Island (click here to view)
Mid Wash Distressed Brooke Flare Jeans - £45 from River Island (click here to view)
Waffle Flare Trouser - £25 from Miss Selfridge (click here to view)
Arli High Waisted Flared Trousers In Root Down Rise Up - £35 from Motel (click here to view)
Ciao ♥ Xx