Pants Trends for fall

Trousers the most comfortable and easy to go attire has come up with a lot of variations this fall. The styles in trend count more, you need not only wear skin fit trousers, and other options are open this time. With great fit and styles. Check out what suits you body.

Cropped and Slouchy

These relaxed, pleated trousers have a boyish charm. Look for ones that hit a couple inches above the ankle and have a wide waistband that cinches your middle. Then tuck in your top to show off your shape.

Soft and Silky

Somewhere between a super luxury harem pant and your fave sweats, these have an easy look that’s still elegant. Choose a pair that’s narrow-ish — not tight but not baggy — through the thighs. Then match it with an equally rich- sweater.
  There’s a new type of mixed pant style. It’s closer to a pj pant than anything else—but chic and louche, usually in some sort of drapey silky material. We love it as much for the way it feels as the way it looks. Easy and cropped, sometimes with an elasticized waist—it’s sinfully comfortable and surprisingly sexy. A perfect counter point to tailored jackets and fitted feminine tops. Totally liberating with a soft slouchy T. Gorgeous in a print.

Stretchy Cigarette

  The new slim-cut pants fit snugly but have enough substance to keep them from feeling legging-like (thank God). Go for ones that hit right above the ankle, and wear them with a hip-length blazer: It’ll ward off any butt/thigh-related anxiety.

Bright Red

  This lipstick-y shade is the biggest color of the fall — and it gives you a whopping dose of playful chic. Pick a pair with clean, slim lines and match ’em with something soft and neutral up top.

High-Waisted and Wide-Legged

  These ’70s trousers are classic for a reason: They make legs look miles long. For best results, wear them with heels, hemmed so they hang only about an inch off the floor. (And if you’re on the curvier side, go for ones in darker colors.) Then tuck in your shirt to play up your suddenly teeny-tiny waist.

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