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Awkward trousers and cats?!

Happy Fashion Friday! 

I actually feel like I've not posted in so long... It's only been a week though. Hmm. 

So today I thought I would share with you something I've had for a while but it seems is coming back into fashion; flares! I bought these trousers from Asos just under a year ago, and I've not worn them too often, partly because they're such an awkward length that I'm never certain what to wear them with, but also because they're quite adventurous I feel. Since flares are coming back into fashion, these lovelies need to make an appearance!! 

I'm going to say these trousers are essentially boot cut length, however I feel they are more like ankle swingers haha! They are undescribably comfortable, and the D ring belt pulls them in at the waistline so they're not sluggish - but stylish! Furthermore, I think in order for you to pull off flares, you need to tone everything down and make your trousers the ultimate statement and prominent aspect of your outfit. I also firmly believe flares are tall people trousers (this may be why I feel silly wearing them on less confident days)! 

I paired these flares with a very simple, delicate halterneck vest which I purchased last year from Missguided. I also kept to the simple colour contrast by popping on some black shoes to match. These shoes are from Asos and are heeled boots which add that necessary extra height I think are essential for flared trousers. 

I hope that you all embrace the return of 70's flares especially as Fashion Week is approaching (be prepared for a fantabulous Fashion Friday post next week as I am ridiculously excited for London Fashion Week). 
P.S I have no idea why my legs are static - hence why my trousers are trying to stick to me!! Also, I have no idea who's cat this is, he/she insisted on being in the blog #catclaimtofame 

Lots of love, 
Angel x

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