Ph// Annisa G.M.
You love or you hate it, the palazzo pants. So, when is a palazzo not just a wide trouser?
1. Only the name makes this kind of pants fashionable, just say it out loud: ‘Palazzo’. It sounds so cool!
2. Palazzo pants are available in soft fabrics such as linen, crepe, chiffon, jersey and more.
3. Since Palazzos are bottom-heavy, flowy and flared around the legs, it’s best to team them with a light and fitted silhouettes. To avoid looking shabby you should wear only fitted tops.
4. Add wedge heels or block heels to add a few more inches to your height ( under these pants they can’t be high enough;)
Experiment with everything that fits you well and let those pants flow wide down under!
Well, if you do not love them in the end, you can always see it as pants that keeps the mosquitoes away 😉
What you think about Palazzo pants and the combination I created?
Palazzo pants: Zara € 16
Blazer: Koton € 20
Tshirt: Primark € 3
Heels: Aldo $ 60
Bag: H&M € 5