Monday, December 14, 2020

Peg-leg Trousers

Peg-leg Trousers  

The trickiest part about peg-leg pants is the hem placement. The most popular are right above the ankle bones and just before the ankle expands into the calf. If you're lucky and have long legs you can wear both of these lengths.

Peg-leg trousers are a great shape for pear-shaped girls and a brilliant alternative to skinny jeans. This shape can cinch in your waist and skim over hips – the tapered ankle-grazer will balance out your lower half, drawing attention to the smallest part of your leg and putting your figure into proportion.

Noun. trousers cut full in the waist and thigh area, and tapering to a cuff or gather at the ankle. Some pegged pants include a full cuff with buttons; others simply gather around an elastic band. This style was extremely popular in the 1950s and 1980s.

Wide legged pants are definitely back on trend this 2020 season, especially wide jeans. In this article, you will find plenty of tips on how to wear wide leg pants with some fabulous wide leg pants outfit inspiration. I personally love wider pants which can be a very good choice of trousers for many women over 40.

Bona fide peg-leg trousers aren't hard to spot. They usually have two front pleats at the waistband that are designed to add volume in the hip area, then balloon out in the thigh before tapering in again at the ankle. They can also be cropped on the ankle and high-waisted.

Even so, it can be intimidating to opt for a pant with extra fabric and size. ... However, wide-leg pants actually lengthen legs and accentuate the waistline, creating an incredibly flattering silhouette on every body-type.

Plus size women and those with pear, triangle and bottom heavy body shapes look great in tailored wide leg pants. A tailored cut gives a sense of structure while not being overly restricting. Wide leg pants with slim vertical stripes will have a slimming effect.

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