Flare jeans have been a fashion staple for decades. In the 1990s and again around 2015, the very trendy clothing that was worn and loved by young people in the 1970s was reinvented. These lovely pants are making a comeback, and we couldn't be happier!
We can't deny that this season's Instagram feeds have been flooded with influencers and celebs sporting flared jeans. We did a lot of browsing for you and came up with some of the most beautiful flare jeans and shoe pairings.
There's no doubting that flares flatter nearly every body shape, but what are the best shoes to pair with flare jeans in this style?
The shoe-flare combinations that our grandparents wore during the "Peace and Love" era may still be fashionable now. After all, a classic is a classic. But, since the flare jean is making a comeback on our screens, in our closets, and in our hearts, let's take a look at how to dress them now.
(Don't be too disappointed if you're a die-hard hippie fan.) Some of our suggestions for you are very similar to what was worn in the past, but with a modern twist.) Flare jeans go with just about any shoe. Because of the length, only a little portion of the shoe is seen. Using different shoes with your flares might give you different looks. Platforms, high heels, and sneakers are among the best fits, but they must be tried on with certain cuts in order to achieve the best results.
Platforms with flare jeans have lasted the test of time, despite their obviousness. Platforms come in a wide variety of shapes and sizes. You can go old school with wide, hefty, patterned hardwood or cork soles.
If you want a more relaxed style, sneakers are another choice with flares. For a more modern, sporty look, go for a flat-soled Converse design (which was also popular in previous decades) or a chunkier trainer.
These are perfect for Spring and Summer, and the flares give them a more polished look than flip-flops. Choose a flat sole or a slight heel that suits your needs and take advantage of all the strappy sweetness and fresh air for your feet. Sandals with flare jeans are a throwback to the days when men and women wore sandals, barefoot sandals, or even went barefoot.
Espadrilles are similar to sandals, however they come in a wider range of styles. The earthy, natural aesthetic of an espadrille, which comes in flats, ballerina flats, mules, slip-ons, and wedges, pairs beautifully with flare jeans of any type.
While ankle boots may not be the first thing that springs to mind when it comes to flare jeans, they work well with both full-length and shorter-length pants. Ankle boots, like platforms, offer your outfit a little lift and have the added benefit of keeping your feet warm while looking attractive.
Pumps aren't the most comfortable option for you, but if you want to dress up your flare jeans appearance, they're the way to go. This timeless shoe is a modern must-have that will give a touch of refinement to any outfit.
Published by Hope Sparks