Finding Your Flare
You are at home, relaxing in front of your television. A commercial pops up with dancing models who are singing about how beautiful and lean they look in their flares. Your first thought may be, “What? Flares are back?” Soon after that thought, the long and lean lyrics continuously playback in your head. Do flares really may your legs appear long and lean? Well, yes, they do! Not only will you appear long and lean, flares are the answer to our ladies who desire to find the perfect jeans for their inverted triangle shape. If you are a woman who has the inverted triangle body shape, you are top heavy and today’s flares are the solution. The bell shaped bottom of flares will even your beautiful shape and minimize your top heavy appearance.
Many women have complained about their flares dragging the floor, but there is a solution to this problem, too. Petite women can purchase petite flares from stores such as Macy’s, Dressbarn, and Nordstrom. If you are not so petite, many stores have a stock of flares in short. For the ladies who are between petite and short, short and average, and average and tall, find a local tailor who can make your flares the perfect length on you. Keep in mind that dark rinses can make your hips appear smaller, and lighter washes or fades along the legs and knees add shape to thighs.
Flares are also versatile for your tops that are dressy or casual. Platform, stiletto, wedge, and flat shoes can be worn with flares, as well. After work, switch out your slacks for flares and slip on a blazer. There are endless options when it comes to adding some flair to your flares.