Outfit Inspiration: Harem Pants

Friday, October 14, 2011

I was so excited to find some style inspirations for harem pants because we think that it is one of the most difficult pieces that we can mix and match.

Hold it right there! I realized that it's not.

Harem pants are actually very versatile and can be worn in different styles.
Plus they come in different kinds of fabric and color.
A lot of women are wondering how to wear harem pants properly. This is how you should do it. Best to pair it with a tank top or a corset, blazers and chunky or very fierce high heels. Add some belt, big accessories to make the look extra chic.

Tucking in the shirt and using a fit top is highly recommended. It flatters the body and it balances the look.

Keep the top plain and simple to avoid having a not fashion-ready look. The pants is busy enough to catch one's attention.

You can also wear sandals as long as the length of the pants is up to the knees. But heels are strongly recommended.

Our fashion celebs know how to work this trend.

Spotted: Kylie Minogue pairing it with Christian Louboutins.
Spotted: (1) Gwen Stefani, (2) Keri Hilson, (3) Kim Kardashian and (4) Rihanna

My top style picks for harem pants are:

1. Balmain's Fall 2009 collection.
I love how the pants were paired with structured sharp blazers. The boots and the glitters made the whole collection unforgettable. My favorite was the one with slits and I would love to have my own.

The style was very urban chic for the Fall season, don't you think?

2. Gold Harem Pants
All that glitters! Very chic and it has a J.Lo vibe.

3.Stylestalker Snake Print Harem Pants
The snake print gives the outfit a sexier look despite the pants bagginess.
What's yours? ♥

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