Trendy Wide Leg Crop Pants | Three Ways

These crop pants are as comfy as sweatpants, but look much better! It takes a little getting used to though…all that extra room!  These are from Belk. I bought them on sale and they are still discounted.

I think I’m liking the wide leg trend! The key to making this look work is to tailor the top. No flowing tops with this style.

I’m a big fan of knotted tops.  They create a nice waistline silhouette.   This one I self-knotted but i usually wear it loose with skinny jeans.

I styled these jeans with block heels and flats.  I felt like the wide jean bottoms would need a longer leg.

But, surprisingly I liked flats with them also.  They are shown below.  If you are petite, you probably would like a block or wedge heel to balance the width of the hem with a little more height.

Heels are Charles Stuart but I’ve had them awhile and do not know where they came from.  Very easy to wear all day  because of the strap support.

I’m often asked how I can wear heels all day; standing while teaching class.  If you have the right shoes with adequate support, it is very doable.  I like the height it gives me and I believe it takes style up a level.

Having said that, I also love a nice flat!

The clutch was bought at a boutique in Tennessee awhile back .  The nude color is versatile and the pebble texture is nice.

This top is Liz Claiborne brand at JCP. It isn’t available anymore but I linked a similar style.

When wearing multi-colored pieces, pull out a minor color and add that color as an accessory.  These turquoise earrings really stand out against the pink floral.

Not my favorite look, that’s why it’s last. Lol

It does prove my point though, too much material on top adds extra bulk. Not as flattering as a more fitted top would be.

I do wish I had ordered a small pant instead of a medium. Usually I’m a 6/8 or a medium but these are made to be roomy (similar to a boyfriend cut). You may want to go down a size.

I’ve had several compliments on these flats so I’ll add the Roan link here.  They also come in Epica Taupe.

The pink stripe top is Crown & Ivy from Belk.

Later today, I will be posting a new outfit highlighting another style of wide leg denim!

What do you think of the crop wide leg look? Yay or nay?

Do you plan to incorporate this look into your wardrobe?

Thank you for visiting my blog! I’m also on Pinterest (Delynn Patterson) and Instagram!

 

Leave a Reply