Bye-Bye, Skinny Jeans: Bell-Bottoms are Back

The universally flattering style elongates the legs—so walk tall and strut your stuff

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Camouflage Camouflage

Tow the Line

A crocheted top and espadrilles lend a retro vibe. Pair them with slimmer jeans for a modern effect.

Fancy That 2

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Top Missoni, $1,625 at
Jeans J Brand, $240 at
Shoes Valentino, $645 at

Camouflage Feathers

Cool Down

Elevate your casual look with a chambray shirt (tucked in) and eye-catching platforms.

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Top Joie, $158 at Joie, West Hollywood, 323-330-1255
Jeans Guess, $98 at
Shoes Dries van Noten, $1,150 at

Camouflage Heavy Knit

Print This

For an everyday outfit, throw on a patterned button-down and matching cork-soled shoes.

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Top Miu Miu, $715 at
Jeans AG, $225 at AG, Beverly Hills, 310-275-2621
Shoes Sergio Rossi, $482 at

Camouflage Tweed

Work It

An embellished secretary blouse says “serious but sexy.” Clog heels are a nod to the ’70s.

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Top Belstaff, $895
Jeans Mother, $196 at
Shoes Calleen Cordero, $469 at Calleen Cordero, West Hollywood, 310-360-0527


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  1. Mheldona Sangle

    April 4, 2014 at 5:14 pm

    Actually for some woman they prefer wearing bell bottom pants. In wearing a bell bottom pants we consider this a life saving pants for height enchancement.
    I do also prefer wearing a bell bottom pants in denim also. It gives you extra height you would also feel that you are confidently sexy on those pants.