10 Style Tips On How To Wear Bootcut Jeans

A while ago, the flared jeans - popularly called boot-cut jeans were the must have jeans for every lady and just like that, the skinny jeans came and replaced them. The flared jeans have come back in trend now and they will definitely become a hot hit this season.

The flattering properties of the slimmed thigh and flared hem boot cut jeans makes it perfect for women of all shapes and heights as it can help balance out curvier figures. The best thing about them is the fact that they can be worn to work, a day out and even for business events.

Do you like wearing flared jeans? They can remind us of the funky 90s’ style and make you look very chic with a crop top.

Check out stylish ways to wear your flared jeans in this post and comment your favorite style below!

▶ With White Tee and a Warm Blazer/Coat

▶ White flared jeans on a Chambray Shirt or Jean Jacket

▶ You can never go wrong with a striped top on your flared jeans on a spring afternoon. 

▶ For a boho vibe, go with a loose shirt or crop top, floppy hat, and booties. 

▶ Tuck-in a turtleneck top on your Boot-cut jeans for a vintage and chic look. 


▶ Casual graphics Top tucked under Flared Jeans. 

▶ Add a belt around the waist of a loosed and long blouse if you are still unsure about pulling off the trend. 

▶ Tuck-in or front-tuck a fancy top and add heels to dress up your flared jeans. 

▶ On a loosed blouse for a more laid-back look. 

▶ Don’t be afraid to add long layers. This long kimono looks boho-chic with these bootcut jeans. Heels are the key to keeping this from looking sloppy. 

Which of these outfits is your favorite? How do you wear bootcut jeans? Tell me in the comments section below... xoxo
10 Style Tips On How To Wear Bootcut Jeans 10 Style Tips On How To Wear Bootcut Jeans Reviewed by Ibitoye Tolulope on April 13, 2016 Rating: 5

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