Palazzo Pants have been a hot sensation throughout the decades in the fashion industry.They have clearly been on and off and have more or less been present all the time.
Worn for the first time by our very famous Coco Chanel on a beach, these wide legged pants have seen all of the 60’s to the 90’s being the favourites of all. From the upper fashionista to the masses, these have been flared by all. Extremely comfortable and classy at the same time, these are one of the rare creations that can vary from being completely formal to the perfect casual outfits.
Worn with proper considerations and following the rules of the present fashion world, this one can be a hit in every single way you choose to go out with.
We here offer you the best styles to team up your palazzos and buy the new ones:
1. The Ultimate trick: Right Fabric
Choose the right fabric to get the best out of you. If you are too skinny and petite, go for stiff fabrics like raw silk or broquede. Flowy fabrics like chiffon or georgette are better for plump women as they do not remain stiff. Also, fabrics like cotton and linen work good for summers and casual wear.
Palazzos with vibrant prints and patterns are very much in hype these days. Choose the right type of print and colours for yourself. Also team big prints with lace tops or crop tops for a casual party. Complete the look with plain loose top. Ditch the printed ones when going for a professional look.
3. The Right Flares
Well, just because you want to wear the palazzo lying in front of you at the mall doesn’t mean it will look the best on you. Palazzos come in a varied range of flare at the bottom. Some are wide flared while others are almost straight.
Too slim women should never opt for too much flare or too straight ones for sure.
4. Choose the Right Waist
When you are wearing high waisted palazzos, go for crop tops or sheer tops to accentuate the beauty of what you are wearing. Long tops or kurtis go well with low waisted palazzo pants. Rock the look with a tucked in shirt as below.
5. Accessorize Perfectly
Go for the perfect accessories to complete your look. When going for a printed palazzo, wear a plain skinny tank top and a blazer. Choose to wear a prominent bead necklace so that it gets highlighted on the plain top. Match your accessories with the colour of your palazzo or choose a single theme.
6. Go Bold with pastel Hues
If you are very fond of pastels, choose the right way to wear them. Try avoiding prints with contrast to the colour you choose as that will take away the attention from your beautiful palazzo. Go for the same colour with different fabrics and accessorise your outft within the same theme if you can.
Add nothing to the outfit to keep it simple!!!
7. X Factors -Blacks, Whites, Silvers
When going for the professional looks choose these very basic colours that have an enormous power to steal the show for you both at a meeting or a party. Go for a blazing silver (Golden??No No!!) for a night party with shimmer tops or plain tops and accessories within the theme. For your work place, keep plain or self printed black and whites healthy ready with a matching coloured blazers.
8. Go Hunk With Jackets
Palazzos are one of the best outfits when it comes to deciding what to wear with them. From a basic casual tee to a shirt, they are friendly with everything. More than that, go out with a hunk look with your favourite denim blazers or leather jackets. Try the half jackets as well, the palazzo will have deifinitely no issues with them!!!
9. Get a Floppy Summer Hat
Palazzos are an awesome outfit for a day out at the beach as well. You can pair it up with a crop top (our very favourite) or a bandeau. Give yourself a chic look by wearing a floppy hat. Accessorise with huge beads and bracelets.
10. Go with classy Heels or Flats
Palazzos are an extremely comfy outfit when it comes to choosing your footwear. When going for a party or a formal affair, you can rock them with your favourite pair of stilettos. And if it’s a casual day out, the dress is still happy with your flat sandals.
Except for the boots as they will kill the whole idea, you can try anything with these beautiful pair of pants.
11. Go Ethnic
Our Indian attires have gone a sea change with the palazzos almost replacing the churidaars and salwaars in the casuals as well as formal suits. So pick up a plain pastel colour and roll it off with a long kurti with high slits on the sides.
Try the ankle length palazzos to give a hint of modernity to your ethnic style. Go elegant with a colourful Punjabi Jutti.
12. Indo Western Styles
Well, if you still want to stick on to those printed palazzos, pick up a plain linen kurti and go out with them. Accessorise and use hot chic colours in case black is the kurti you choose. It will bring the right amount of ethnicity.
13. Crop Tops and Jackets
There is a ravishing combination between a similar crop top and a see-through floor length jacket that just makes the look so stunning and elegant. We found this look at the Lake fashion week by Payal Singhal. High buns would complete the look. Go subtle and humble without any accessories.
Well, all the ideas are ravishing and will definitely make you filled with a multitude of avatars with your palazzos. Remember to wear these in the summers and cool seasons. They are a great blunder in winters!!! And try to keep the whole outfit as simple and subtle as you can as a palazzo in itself is a prominent dress. Do not over accessorise and choose your tops wisely.
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