We here at Who What Wear like to talk in great detail (and with much passion!) about our jeans. They are one of the hardest-working items in our wardrobes, after all. We've already touched upon the biggest jean trends we'll all be wearing in 2021—including '90s baggy styles, cross-over waistbands and, of course,with wider-leg styles coming back in general, it only makes sense that flares have returned.
Yes, friends, the '70s silhouette is back, and we've already spotted them on a host of street style leaders (back in September last year, when Fashion Week was still happening) as well as on celebrities such as Katie Holmes. Thanks to designers such as Balmain, Victoria Beckham and Ulla Johnson, leg-lengthening flares are set to be a staple part of our wardrobes this year. And we've noticed that fashionable French women, in particular, have been quick to jump on the trend.
The pinnacle of effortlessly chic, below we're sharing some of the cool ways French girls are wearing the anti–skinny-jean trend right now. Invest in one of the chic pairs below and you'll be wholly on-trend for the year.
The coolest way to wear the '70s bootcut silhouette in summer is with a simple button-down shirt. Et voilá.
Dominique's perfect example of a going-out top with flared jeans is the outfit we'll be recreating as soon as we can go out again.
It doesn't get more Parisian than a white shirt unbuttoned just-so, but why not try it with a different kind of flare silhoutte that's cut-off at the ankle? Perfect for showing some new sandals off…
Not all French women go down the minimalism route, you know. This colourful mash-up proves just how individual you can make a simple jeans-and-tee outfit, so don't feel restricted to true blues only.
It's a big yes from us to flared jeans with a gingham cropped top and all of the quintessentially summer accessories.
Slim flares and a belted blazer (with nothing underneath!) could well be our new favourite sassy combination for 2021. Throw in a tarte tatin and things are looking pretty French up in here.
Double denim never fails to look chic, especially when it's in the same shade.