Fashion Trend: Palazzo Pants 

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So this is last night’s look. Some friends and I went strolling through downtown Cleveland, OH. The scenery was beautiful! We visited the Corner Alley and Barrio. I got some delicious bacon tacos (yes, bacon) and a strawberry margarita!

Palazzo pants for women first became a popular trend in the late 1960s and early 1970s. The style was reminiscent of the wide-legged cuffed trousers, now available in a variety of colors and patterns today. You can find these at Forever 21, Boohoo, Asos, and many other retailers. I’m super petite, so the ones I found where a miracle! These fit perfect.

The way I paired my outfit gives me a simple bohemian look. You can pair this look with a cross body bag, gladiator or lug sole sandals, kimono, chunky necklace, and/or bold earrings!



GET THIS LOOK

 

Watch | Bralette | Pants | Bracelet



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Published by Charley Moné

I started blogging as an outlet for all of my passions. I love to write. I'll write about anything — from fashion inspo to DIY'S to skin care to life experiences. This blog is dedicated to that. I want to give the world a piece of my mind. There's so much information out there and a lot of my life that I'd love to share. I wish to share all of my thoughts, fashion & beauty takes, college experiences, and beauty tips. Blogging to me is like any type of stress reliever to you. I feel a sense of energy and happiness after releasing a blog post. That feeling is something I hope everyone can experience.

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