The return of flared denim

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Everyone knows that the 70s style is the trend to try this spring. Geometric patterns, brown and yellow tones, pastels (and even Marsala!), A-line skirts and flared pants, which we love the most, especially flared denim!

Now is the time to put your skinny jeans away. We love the flared jeans when they are rather pale or washed-out yet still «clean» without too much effects or texture. And we might even admit that we have the darker jeans in our heart as well. Wear flared denim with a round neck t-shirt, a top that goes up to the neck, a knit sweater or an extra long jacket for an effortless yet chic look.

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Céline-Audrée Hébert Desautels

Classic is her motto regarding her personal style. Celine is always going for neutral shades when it comes to clothing and interior decor. She's a shoe lover and simply can't live without magazines, art books and chocolate.

  • Old Broad

    A couple of weeks ago I found a pair of Ralph Lauren flared jeans, in like-new condition, for a paltry $10, at a thrift store in Halifax and am absolutely thrilled to bits. With a little tweaking, they now fit like a glove and look killer will my high-heeled boots. They are a dark wash, so can dress them up or down to suit my mood or occasion. In addition to the perfect flare, the waist is actually at my waist instead of sitting somewhere between my hip bones and my “lady bits”. I’ve always loved the 70s boho/hippie style, so am now looking for another pair, in white or washed-out pale blue, for summer. Was getting bored with the skinny jeans look, so this find has me singing!! Love your blog, by the way.