Happy March 1st, ladies! I know it’s not officially spring until March 20th, but in my mind, March 1st is the unofficial start, and I’m ready for some spring. One of the spring trends this year is the cropped wide-leg pants. I found a pair at Old Navy, and they’re 25% off.
If you want to try this spring trend, here are some tips on how to wear them:
1. Length of the pant– Cropped wide-leg pants come in various lengths but look best approx 2″ above your ankle bone.
2. Choose the right top or blouse– When it comes to the right tops to wear, you want to balance the wide-leg pants out with a more fitted top. Having something tucked in will also provide a slimming effect.
3. Wear Heels– If you are wondering what shoes to wear with crop wide-leg pants, heels look best. As much as we love our flats, they are not as flattering with wider-leg pants. It doesn’t have to be a high heel, but a bit of height does wonders to elevate a look and make you appear taller and slimmer.
When choosing a shoe color, a shoe the same color as your cropped pants will elongate your look. A shoe in a contrasting color will make your legs look shorter, so take that into consideration when choosing your shoe.
3 Ways I Styled Cropped Wide-Leg Pants
What do you think of wide-leg crop pants?
Beauty for the Heart™–Let us hold tightly without wavering to the hope we affirm, for God can be trusted to keep his promise. Hebrews 10:23
If you only carry one thing throughout your entire life, let it be hope. Let it be hope that better things are always ahead.
Let it be hope that you can get through even the toughest of times. Let it be hope that you are stronger than any challenge that comes your way.
Let it be hope that you are exactly where you are meant to be right now and that you are on the path to where you are meant to be… Because during these times, hope will be the very thing that carries you through. -Nikki Banas
Let your beauty shine from the inside out today!
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