When it comes to fashion, things are literally changing rapidly at the moment. Hardly anyone can ignore the trend for flared trousers - and the 1970s are celebrating their fashion comeback. In addition to wide-leg trousers made of jeans and denim, fabric trousers with flares are particularly popular at the moment. The flared trousers are also a hit with fashionistas like Caro Daur (28).
The fashion influencer showed her followers, among other things, a black and white checkered model. With the floor-length trousers, Daur combined black, pointed pumps and an asymmetrical, shiny crop top in black that looked a bit like a tank. She chose a wide silver bangle for her futuristic style. Daur styled her hair into curls. A black turtleneck sweater, a light blouse or a beige knitted sweater go just as well with the trousers.
Presenter Laura Wontorra (34) knows how to keep it casual. To go with the white flared trousers, she wore a loose knitted turtleneck sweater. A casual denim jacket and brown and white sneakers were also used. Wontorra also wore a dark watch and loose hair.
In addition to classics in white, black or gray, colorful fabrics can also be integrated into everyday life. The colors green and red always suit the winter or Christmas season. Model and presenter Rebecca Mir (31) presented a stylish tone-on-tone look in poison green on Instagram, consisting of flared trousers and a matching long blazer. Match it with golden jewelry, boots with a little heel or even white sneakers.
In addition to the wide versions shown here, you can also currently find tight flared trousers - for those who want to play with their silhouette. The cut conjures up a sexy hourglass figure and is ideal for nights out or wild party nights. Leather jackets or blazers go perfectly with this.