Wearing: purple and gold earrings / sunglasses / tie front blouse / G buckle belt / black shoulder bag / holiday nail polish / black flare jeans (under $100, avl in short, reg., tall) / golden boots /
Flare jeans are back! This is a trend I have always loved but have always struggled to wear. When I have purchased flare jeans in the past, I have had no choice but to bring them into a seamstress to be shortened. If you are short like me, or petite, then you know the struggle! Flare jeans are not easy to shorten. You lose a lot of the actual flare when the hems are cut, resulting in a less dramatic flare and loss of the intended silhouette. So, when I found these flare jeans in short length, I was thrilled!
The length on these flare jeans is perfect, resulting in the exact silhouette I was going for. This 1970s vibe is everything! I paired my flare jeans with a tie front blouse, which was a huge trend in office attire for women in the late 1970s, and again in the 1980s. Since then, the trend has come in and out of fashion, in varying incantations. I love wearing a tie front blouse with flare jeans, or a midi-skirt for the full, original look. Isn’t the print on this tie front blouse fun! Love!
I wore this outfit the other day for lunch at The Yard House and strolling through Santana Row. The blouse did not wrinkle, and the jeans felt really comfortable. Plus, I was able to walk without pain! I think my foot is getting close to be fully healed. Love that!
If you happen to be tall, and struggle with finding flare jeans which are long enough, you’re in luck! These jeans are also available in tall lengths! I love that they are priced under $100 too, it makes them a guilt-free purchase. Love!
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