#OTTD: Comeback Of The Palazzo Trousers
Summer is the the time to wear your skirts and dresses, but for those who prefer pants, Palazzo is the perfect choice. They became a popular trend in the late 1960s, as a reminiscence of the wide-legged trousers worn by divas such as Katharine Hepburn, Greta Garbo and Marlene Dietrich. Despite their simple shape, they are not so easy to pull in a look. Pair them with pointed high heels to elongate your legs as well as a fitted top that will reveal your upper half.
See how to style your Palazzos below:
Alexander McQueen’s black wool and silk-blend jacket is a stellar way to refresh your silhouette this season. This jacket with a collarless, low neckline, bracelet-length sleeves and a layered peplum waist is a best way to balance your proportions.
This white stretch-knit body arrives straight from Balmain’s Spring Summer 2016 runway. It’s cut to tightly bandage the body, exposing daring flashes of skin, and secures with press studs at the base. Ware it with your palazzos to and play conceal and reveal.
These black Valentino high-waist silk trousers are a luxurious wardrobe staple from the brand’s Africa-inspired new season collection. Exquisitely fabricated in Italy from lustrous silk, these high-waist trousers have been cut with a wide-leg and feature a concealed front zip placket and multiple pockets.
These metallic calfskin heels in gold-tone, with pointed toe and a signature carved flamingo accent will complete your palazzo look.
Created by Biegert & Funk, this fine steel, rose gold watch is a perfect accessory to complete your look and make it more interesting. Handmade in Germany, with crystal glass and 110 Letters etched out of thin metal plate, as well as four dots to indicate the exact minute.