Trousers: the white collar, upper level closet executives. Unlike their blithe, blue collar denim brothers, these wardrobe administrators have crisp efficiency running their entire length. Dress them up, dress them down, hem for heels, hem for flats, these proficient industrialists are a fashionably profitable investment.
Upper Figure Options
While your stems may look lovely in skinny cuts, the entire ensemble appears a bit rickety. Stabilize your ripe bounty with a boot cut or wide leg and fancy the hip and thigh area to your figure’s betterment.
Middle Figure Options: A mid rise with generous stretch in the back and a stingy stretch in the front will minimize and secure your soft, delicious center. Not the best option for those of you who just got a tummy tuck Newport Beach, you want to show off after all!
Lower Figure Options: While dark colors can aid minimization, fit is the trump. Check your trousers’ resumé to ensure a mid to low rise, a boot or wide leg, a generously cut thigh and seat, and a waist that curves slightly in.
Hourglass Options: Wanted: Trousers trained to follow complex. Some of the most competent candidates offer a flat front or extended tab closure and a flared leg to balance the lines of your undulating line.
Linear Options: You alone can conscionably hire capris and skinny pants for your closet. The taper and cut on both styles will make your hips look full and curvy, dramatizing the illusion of a angled waist.