15 Wide-Leg-Jean Outfits We're Copying This Spring
Hope you’re ready to throw it back to the 1970s when you reach for your denim this apring, because wide-leg styles—think Farrah Fawcett—are definitely en vogue again. Of course, who doesn’t want a little retro inspiration when getting dressed in the morning? Especially with a high-waist, the wide-leg jean style is one of the most flattering out there, nipping in at the waist and visually lengthening your body like magic. Whether you pair yours with a simple white T-shirt, layer on the loose or sculptural tops, or keep it classic with a cashmere sweater, these jeans are the ones your closet has been craving. Check out how we’re inspired to wear our wide-leg jeans this spring and shop some of our favourites below.
Fashion-tuck a white button-down shirt into the top of your cropped denim and slip into a pair of penny loafers for the most classic look.
Keep the volume going strong with a statement top that boasts puffy sleeves.
For chillier spring days, tuck a long sleeve blouse into high-waisted jeans.
Consider color with a pair of high-waisted yellow jeans and a romantic white top.
Mix all your favorite tailored basics together, but finish off the look with a pair of statement heels.
There's no pairing more classic than stripes and white jeans.
White jeans and tan coloured sandals give your outfit a very spring edge.
Style your wide-leg jeans with an equally boxy top to play with the oversize proportions of each statement piece.
Take your wide-leg jeans into '90s nostalgia with a flirty cropped blouse.
Make your look edgy by tucking in a printed silk blouse and topping it all off with a go-to leather jacket.
Infuse some color into your wide-leg-jean look with a pastel blazer.
We love an ankle crop when it comes to our wide-leg jeans this fall.
Mix denim with denim all year long.
Our favorite flares of the season are ultra-wide-legged and nearly touch the floor.
Find shoes with an elongated pointed toe so that they really peek out from under your wide-leg jeans.
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