Think bell-bottom, and the first thing that comes to mind is the funky looks of the 70’s. So all your skinny jeans and leggings lovers out there, buck up and embrace those flared jeans and bell-bottoms. And when you spot the like of Cher and Bella Hadid elevate their looks with these beauties, it’s time you get inspired too.
These flared jeans look hot, comfy and really stand out. Look groovy and opt for high heels and high-waisted styles to feel current!
Black does due diligence on this lovely ensemble and the leather jacket and high ponytail are fashion goals for the 70’s inspired look.
These flared jeans are complimented with the gorgeous one-shouldered crop top and those lovely over-sized shades. Look fashion-forward and chic as you indulge in high-street shopping.
She’s cool and sassy with those high-waisted flares and white cropped-top and mini-jacket. A sling bag was thrown in and this is what retro style is all about.
We love how absurdly-flared jeans ruled the 70’s and are happy they are back. A side-knotted cool sleeveless tee gives you rock-star chic.
Swap traditional denim flares for a fun-material. This girly-pink bell-bottom with those flared full-sleeved top is the stuff the dreams are made of.
The general rule? Your flares should stand out. So keep it simple with a nude top and huge hat and minimum accessories.
This sleek bell-bottom and flowy, casual top makes for a modern silhouette and you look cool and current!
Vintage-inspired flared denim can be paired with something as simple as this off-shouldered white top and cool shades to sport a wear-everyday look.
Make a dramatic first impression with this hat and monochrome top for a fashion-forward twist!
These black flared pants would give you a sharp and edgy appeal and lace tops add to the feminine appeal.
Crayola orange paired with pastel shades are a great color combo and when worn in bell-bottom style, are a big leap into contemporary.
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