Friday, March 30, 2012

They question of a fashion statement.

Where should your pant hem hit your shoe???

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According to Lucky Magazine and some of my own research. 
  • The Straight Leg:
These could be a little tricky and sometimes may look so wrong. Straight leg pants are great for flats, pumps, and even wedges. If they are not to wide you can cuff them like picture of Kim K below. 

  •  The Skinny:

This is the easiest. They go pretty much with any and every shoe i.e flats, boots, wedges, stilettos or gigantic platforms. The skinny pant leg feature the shoe, think of it as 2 arrows pointing down at your feet. You can wear them with no hem and this while make your legs look miles long. You can also cuff them and show a little skin this make it look a little laid back or add some heels and look classy but trendy. 
  • The Wide Leg:
These can be fun, trendy with a vintage feel. Wide leg pant must skim the floor, if the hem is trampled on and lived in, its so much cooler. Platform or a cute thick wedge looks great. Having them totally cover your shoes is SO in like Rachel Zoe wears. You can also cuff them if you want to wear flats, but remember if you are on the shorter side this might cut your fame off.

                                                       These are hem just a bit to shoes the shoe.

  • The Baggy/Boyfriend type:
Must be rolled up of cuffed above the ankle 90% of the time says Lucky mag, and I totally agree. You want them to look lived in not slept in. Could be worn with a tough feminine shoe, you have to show some ankle or else it looks sloppy and to baggy kinda like a clown. Flats if you are going totally casual or and ankle bootie. Lucky mag said "no pumps" I disagree as we see in the pictures below you can carefully pull a cute wedge or maybe a gladiator sandal. Just be mindful of not looking to manly, add a feminine touch and accessories ALWAYS.


Always have fun with your still and if your scared do a little research. GET INSPIRED!

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