Flared velvet pants

Lavaliere gowns, dresses, vaporous, knee skirts, colored pens and other reminiscences seventies have invested heavily in vain the catwalks for autumn/winter 2011-2012, it is nevertheless skeptical about their ability to take to the streets . Both less sophisticated and easier to carry, only the flared trousers' velvet seems able to invest rapidly changing room of fashionistas.
Except the beautiful work in the world of fashion, few young women would dare to wear long skirts on a daily noon lavallières silky purple fedoras and other insights during the parade Gucci.

They would however be wrong to believe that the seventies are summarized in the ultra-glamorous vision broadcast this season by the creations of Frida Giannini. Far from Hollywood frilly and reptile skins dyed flared trousers' will in fact nothing wrong with instilling a slight patina 70's silhouette with a casual, let alone when it is cut out in a velvet finely rib capable of giving the whole a slight touch of sweetness fall.

Once slipped into one of these pants (they choose preferably rusty, burgundy, teal, navy or caramel), those wanting to spawn discreetly with the trend will then be available to multiple combinations stylistic them.


Said flared 'may very well become the cornerstone of a preppy look street by joining a pair of converse, a denim shirt, a sweater round neck mind winter sports and duffle coat . It may also be finely retro chic by marrying a turtle neck sweater end, ¾ an overcoat and a pair of chelsea boots with heels, or is the boyish play quietly with a flat pair of boots, a trench, a sweat end slightly distended and a plaid scarf.

Finally, associated with New Balance, a sub-pull, a tweed blazer, a hat, a pair of leather gloves and a snood max, it will satisfy all fans of casual warmy.