Flare you go again in our favorite throwback style of the season: ’70s-inspired flare jeans and fall-ready tops! Read on to get all the ’70s outfit inspo you need, and find out how to style flare jeans for a look that’s all YOU.
Flare Jeans & Flannel Shirts
Ease into the season with a combo that looks even better than it sounds – flares and flannels. Choose our most-loved ’70s-inspired flare jeans in lighter washes with distressed deets for a lived-in look, then add a cropped tank top and comfy flannel for laid-back vibes.
Wondering what shoes to wear with flare jeans? Lucky for you, flares go with pretty much everything, but these ones look especially amazing with strappy sandals, chunky sneakers, boho boots, and anything with a platform. We’ve even got you covered with a jeans and shoe guide.
Flare Pants & Turtlenecks
Get that classic look you love with corduroy flare pants in seasonal hues like brown, khaki, black, and navy. Get a lengthened look and plenty of coverage in super high-waisted flares, or try a low-waist take on your fave fit with low-rise flare jeans.
Complete the fall ’fit by wearing a long-sleeve turtleneck under a flowy floral tank top for an irresistible flower power look.
Super Flare Jeans & Oversized Cardigans
Feel freeeee in super flare jeans designed with our most exaggerated ultra-flared leg! Easily put your *fest* foot forward with Festival Flare jeans made with a high rise and dramatic leg opening, then create a retro-inspired look by wearing them with a crop top and comfy cardigan.
Choose a brightly colored oversized cardigan for a pop of personality, then complete the look with your favorite sneakers.
Flare Jeans & Smocked Tops
Combine ’70s-inspired flares with pretty peasant tops for an easy outfit that feels like stepping back in time. Choose blouses in bold prints with smocked details, square necks, and flowy babydoll silhouettes, then go for ripped jeans with torn knees and frayed hems for a playful vibe.
Try this ’fit with platform sandals on warmer fall days, then switch them out for clogs and wedges when temps drop.
Bell Bottom Jeans & Western Tops
Get just the right amount of retro flare with bell bottoms in light washes with ripped knees. Layer on an oversized flannel or Western shirt that hits below the waistband and is just-right for throwing on over graphic tees and tank tops.
Add an old-school Western edge by pairing your wide-leg flares with a cowboy hat or Western boots for a little yeehaw.
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