Since the introduction of skinny jeans, flares are just about the most interesting thing to denim. Seriously! Any and all skeptics should consider the Glamor office that has started late to resemble an extremely chic version of That's 70s Show. Indeed, references from the 1970s are abundant this season, and while flares are obviously one of those trends, the key to nailing the iteration for 2015 is to offer them a contemporary twist. Self-tie silk blouses, flatforms and very nice customization keep the look contemporary.


There is no doubt that flared jeans are the chicest silhouette of fall. There's no better time to trade your skinny denim for a wide-leg pair with the season in full-on ' 70s mode than now. Stumped on the styling of them? We've finished 14 bloggers looking for inspiration in fashion!

Try a Double Denim

A couple of dark-washed flared jeans update the double-denim look. Take your Atlantic Pacific Blair design cue and use a light chambray shirt and pointed pumps to team them up.

Pick an Off-the-Shoulder Top

Channel the 70s style of the season by combining your flared jeans with an off-the-shoulder bohemian top. We enjoy how with a fringed bag, Lady Wants to Die boosts the look.

Choose a Double-Breasted Jacket

To make retro trends look totally new and contemporary, Sheryl of Walk in Wonderland has a knack. Echo her chic 70s-inspired outfit by combining with leg-lengthening flared jeans a tailored double-breasted jacket. Additional points for jewel-tone hue and accessories for cognac!

All Back

With a chic monochromatic outfit, you can't go wrong. By blending distinct textures, like the tweed jacket of Krystal Schlegel against her flared trousers, add interest to the look. Shearling and leather are excellent flared denim supplements as well!

Try an oversized shirt

Don't be scared to pair flared jeans with oversized silhouettes. The key to flattering it is to master the half-tuck to define your waist, as Arielle of Something Navy has.

With a Military Vest

Rock white in an optical couple of flared jeans after Labor Day as Jacey of Damsel in Dior does. For a more fall-ready look, team them up with a military vest and bronze accessories.