THINGS THAT PETITES SHOULD KNOW WHEN BUYING FLARE JEANS

Back when I was a teen, I remember doing the best I could to decline my mom and aunts who were pushing me to sport those flare jeans or even straight cut ones, but now, it seems that change does happen as you grow older because today, all I want is to hoard more flare and trumpet jeans!

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Many short girls think that flare jeans are a no-no, which is definitely wrong particularly when you know a few important tricks: Only pick a pair where the flare starts around the knee and has a flare that is narrower than your hips; because too big leg opening will overwhelm your body frame.

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You have a choice whether you want high waist flare jeans or not, but personally, I like them better to flatter my figure and to create an illusion of longer legs – works perfectly when matched with a crop top or just simply tuck in your top!

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On the other hand, what I like most about flare jeans is the style and character they bring regardless of how simple your whole outfit is. Plus, they are cozy and do not cause too much heat unlike skinny jeans!

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Thus, with just a striped top that has a cute ribbon detail, and a pair of black sandals, I was able to put up a chic and comfy casual ensemble! What do you think?

On Trice Nagusara: Top Zalora | Flare Jeans Zara | Sandals Mango

Shot by Seph Cham