STYLE | Will You Slouch This Fall?


Stand up and slouch. That’s what designers hope we will be doing this fall. Designers were showing pants that were loose, easy and breezy.  Droopy crotches, billowy legs and a low slung waistline is the trend for fall.  This style is comfortable and easy to wear.  It’s best to keep your upper body in a slimmer silhouette so you don’t look too overwhelmed in loose clothing.  If you choose a loose-fitting top it should be minimal and straight.

Remember that depending on how slouchy the style it can actually add volume to your figure.  This trend can make your hip area look larger than it is.  Most women would rather avoid that making this style not so appealing.  If you have a fuller figure and want to try the slouchy pant opt for a pair that is loose but still streamlined like the one made by Calvin Klein pictured below.


Left to right: Reed Krakoff,Max Mara ,Narciso Rodriguez. (photo
Left to right: Reed Krakoff,Max Mara ,Narciso Rodriguez. (photo

It is clear that the slouch won’t be going anywhere soon.  The Resort 2014 collections were still showing this trend for next year.  Everyone from Max Mara to Narciso Rodriguez had their own sophisticated versions made in more luxurious fabrics.  It’s easy to go casual with this big silhouette that’s why using stretch wool suiting or double-faced satin is what brings a slouchy trouser an element of class that you wouldn’t get with plain cotton blends or denim.



3 thoughts on “STYLE | Will You Slouch This Fall?

  1. E’ possibile conoscere la marca delle scarpe beige con cinturino alla caviglia che indossa la modella ? Bellissimo look sempre attuale !


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