Be it culottes or palazzos, it is the new comfy attire for every season and to get any look. They are super comfortable, incredibly chic if styled well and can be worn just about anywhere. This is why, we give you five different looks that you can create with culottes or palazzos in your daily life!
Call it professional!
You can easily ditch your basic trousers when going for an office meeting next time with no hesitation if you choose the right colours for culottes. Pick a pair of solid culottes and pair them up with a statement blouse or a modish shirt. To complete the look go for a pair of heels or ballerina flats.
Here's your monsoon attire
Monsoon can be a little tricky because it's easy to step on puddles and wet the bottom of your pants. So, the best way to deal with it, choose a high-waist ankle length culottes or palazzos in dark tones. You can style it with an off or cold shoulder top to keep it functional and breezy.
Break the monotony at work!
It's easy to fall into a routine and keep rotating among your basic formal trousers for work. Culottes are here to change that. You can create an effortless look for work with a pair of culottes. All you need to do is, team it up with a tucked in shirt and a pair of block heels. A sleek messenger bag would be the perfect accessory for this outfit.
A fun pair of culottes is a must for your vacation style. Doing rounds these days in culottes is an overlap silhouette that tends to give the illusion of a skirt. You can style those with your favourite text T-shirt knotted in the front and a pair of mules. To be honest, fanny packs are trending these days and have rapidly gone from uncool to the 'it' accessory. So team one with your culottes on your vacation.
Culottes were probably born exclusively for Sundays. They are comfortable and laid back enough to gel with your weekend vibes. So, for your next brunch date, team a pastel colour culottes with a floral top and a pair of fringed earrings. A pair of wedges and a jute tote bag would give you the perfect relaxed look.
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