Trend Report SS2013: On The Loose

June 19, 2013 by  
Filed under womenswear

After the skinny, the flared, the palazzo and the pajama pants a new trouser trend is taking over. This season’s trousers are looser than loose and form a mix of rave pants and pleated trousers. They’re comfortable, yet chic. They’re careless, yet cool. Perfect for a warm day (when you don’t feel like going bare legged) ‘cause you don’t wear them too close on your skin. Make ‘em chic or go grungy by opting for high heels or tough trainers. Pair them with a chic top or a relaxed Tee and don’t forget to hide your hands in your pockets for that careless it-girl appeal! In our gallery some loose pants inspiration for spring/summer from the likes of Balmain, Tibi, Lacoste and Chloé . Not all exactly rave pants, but comfy and cool nevertheless.

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Streetstyle Trend: Fancy Pants

The brighter, the better. The shinier, the chicer. And the funkier the prints, the bigger the chance some streetstyle photog took a picture. Fancy pants were a big hit in the streets of the four fashion capitals.

We spotted them with stripes, tartan, animal prints, the American flag, flowers, sequins and ethnic prints. Mostly combined with a simple uni-color top or shirt and some cool heels. And that’s really all you need for a showstopping streetstyle look.

Besides being noticed by the fashion paparazzi there’s another big advantage to those trousers; they’re ultra-comfortable. They’re loose, airy and some of them even feel like your finest pj’s.

The hottest labels already showed them in their catwalk shows and we’re pretty sure this trend is going to stay around for a while.


Catwalktrend FW2010: perfectly pleated pants

August 20, 2010 by  
Filed under Fashion, Featured Items, womenswear

Next to the super-feminine fifties skirts and dresses, this fall pleated pants are great statement pieces as well. Though they might appear manly at first sight, designers like Carolina Herrera and Chloe showed how they can be very elegant and sexy too.

There are two types of pleated pants. The ones that reach the waist and the ones that are worn low on the hips. Both look splendid when finished of by a small belt. And of course anything you’re wearing with those pants need to be tucked in, not worn over it.

Some designers combined the pants with masculine shirts (Chloe, Michael Kors, Jason Wu), others managed to make the outfit look feminine by adding color, prints, bows or ruffles (Bottega Veneta, DKNY, Emporio Armani)

And the best way to wear a pair of pleated pants? Put your hands in your pockets and work ’em!