History does tend to repeat itself (esp in Fashion) and it is no surprise that Culottes have made a strong comeback this season. If you haven’t noticed by now, these wide-leg, calf grazing pants are being seen E V E R Y W H E R E – from street style look books to being adorned by famous Hollywood celebrities. They say, “If you can’t beat them, join them”. Don’t lose out in this season’s latest trend by exploring some of our fashion tips to create 3 fabulous dress styles using the same pair of culottes!!
They are a WYLD fave and my #1 fashion trend this week. A definite “MUST-HAVE” staple to add to your wardrobe.
Culottes are generally meant to be fitted at the waistline and have a fit and flare element as the fabric falls into a much wider leg in order to elongate also giving the illusion of a graceful flowing skirt. When paired with a dainty off-shoulder blouse and some pretty pointed heels, the outfit just screams sophisticated minx ;) The style subtly exposes that erogenous zone…. Who said you can’t be classy and sexy at the same time?
Culottes aren’t normally a pant that would score high points in the sex-appeal department compared to a skinny jean or pair of short shorts, but that doesn’t mean you can’t look 100% bangin’ and irresistible in them!!! Wearing a slinky bralette to create a sexy-but-not-overdone look can be a brilliant contrast to the loose flared silhouette of the culottes. This is also one of your rare chances to flash some flesh without looking trashy. This outfit is just perf for attending someone’s party or grabbing some drinks with your bffs! CHEERS *glasses clinging*
If your legs are looking for ventilation or even blood circulation after years of too-tight-to-breathe skinny jeans, the culottes is a defo mainstay to complete your everyday casual #ootd! You could either throw on a tight, baggy or oversized top – halter neck, tanks, shirts with long or short sleeves to achieve an effortlessly chic look. With minimal effort, you too can unleash and embrace the summer vibes…in style ;)
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