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Style Tip: What Are Paper Bag Waist Pants?

To be honest, the name drew our attention too. What on earth are paper bag  pants? are they made of paper? how do you wear pants made of paper anyway? If you haven’t heard of this trend, here’s what we can tell you about it:

‘Paper bag waist pants are pants that have a scrunchy waist that reminds one of a paper bag. They usually scrunch at the waist and are tied together with a ribbon/belt. They’re chic, elegant, and probably not the pair of pants you choose when you’re running errands or just trying to be casual. They are, however, the pants you would choose when you want to look fierce, hot and in the mood to  impress everyone around you and stand out in the room.’

So there’s good new and there’s good news; The good news is that anyone can wear paper bag waist pants! They make you look chic and mature, you get that look that’s not easy to achieve- that instantly put together look especially when you dress it up well! these pants are great for fancier occasions if you don’t want to wear a dress, or they can look professional enough for work. There are more outfit options than you think, so it would be a great idea to check them out. There’s the pair that almost looks like harem pants, something cropped, a linen pair, or even shorts.
The other good news is that we will give you style tips on how to wear paper bag waist pants and some noteworthy fashion inspiration. For starters, to wear these pants the right way, balance is key:
  • First things first, find the style and length that works best for your body.
  • Pair them with either a fitted cropped top, a minimalist dress shirt, or even your favourite bodysuit ― balance the volume of the pants with a lighter top.
  • Make sure you tuck the longer, flowy tops into the waistband.
  • Top the look off with your favorite boots, flats, heels or even sneakers.

You see, these pants are easy to style once you get a grip of how balance works. Start with one and you just may find your favourite 2017 trend yet!



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