Leather pants are so luxurious and very stylish. Leather pants in a jean style or classic style with straight legs are always in style. Quality leather pants are so chic and can be a fabulous investment. Trendy styles such as flare bottom or styles with decoration such as fringe or metal decoration etc. are not timeless and have a short life span. There are many ways to style leather pants dress them up or dress them down. Your look will depend on what you wear with them and how you accessorize your outfit. You don’t want to throw money away on something in leather unless you can get a lot of wear out of it. New technology in fabrics allows for new fabrics that look like leather. If you are interested in wearing trendy leather styles stick to items in fabrics that look like leather that cost considerably less.
Pants that Fit and Flatter
Pants that fit and flatter are comfortable and can give you a stylish look. Trial and error are the best way to finding pants that fit perfectly. Pants come in a variety of styles and fit and making the effort it to find a brand(s) that fits you well is worth the effort.
How to Style Paperbag-Waist Pants
Paperbag-waist pants are high-waisted pants and when gathered at the waist have some fabric coming out at the top above the cinched area, somewhat like a tied paper bag. This style was big on the resort runways and offers a new feminine look for pant lovers. However this style draws attention to your waist area and is tricky to wear if you are thick in the middle.
Build A Basic Wardrobe
There is no perfect basic wardrobe that applies to all. A basic wardrobe takes into consideration lifestyle or clothing for all of our activities. If you are a hockey coach your wardrobe is going to be a lot different from a corporate lawyer’s. However when we choose a basic article of clothing it is something we should plan on wearing many times (getting our money’s worth). These items are like good investments since they will reward us many times in the future. When buying basics purchase quality pieces, not necessarily the most expensive.