Trends: Palazzo Pants

Many women have a love and hate relationship with palazzo pants because they look intimidating. Palazzo pants look great on any body type because they elongate the  body and they balance out the hips. They can go from day to night or from work to play. They first became popular when Coco Chanel introduced trousers for women in the 1930’s and they became the it statement piece in the 1960’s and 1970’s. They are easy to wear,  just have fun and be creative.


Muchas mujeres tienen una relación de amor y odio con pantalones estilo palazzo porque se ven intimidantes. Los pantalones palazzo se ven bien en cualquier tipo de cuerpo, ya que alargan el cuerpo y equilibran las caderas. Los puedes llevar en el día o de noche. Los pantalones estilo palazzo comenzaron a popularizarse cuando Coco Chanel introdujo  los pantalones en la década de 1930 y se convirtieron en  una pieza de vanguardia  en los años 1960 y 1970.  Son fáciles de llevar, diviertete y se creativa.



Xoxo, The Style Elite  

8 comments on “Trends: Palazzo Pants

  1. belleparis says:

    Reblogged this on belleparis and commented:
    This needs more likes! The pants look amazing, I want and need those in my closet.

  2. I absolutely love these pants…but you’re right…they’re kind of intimidating 😉
    But thank you for posting all these looks…I can definitely find inspiration and courage to rock these pants soon!

  3. Reblogged this on princessmarthad and commented:
    This is an absolutely great post about the uber chic trend of palazzo pants and the many ways to wear them!

  4. I sure wish I could pull those off!! They’re super adorable! x

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