Palazzo pants are chic, cool, stylish and fashionable enough to start a fashion frenzy palooza! Palazzo pants (British/English: Palazzo Trousers; Indian/English: Pantada) are long women’s trousers cut with a loose, extremely wide leg that flares out from the waist.
Palazzo pants are popular as a summer season style, as they are loose and tend to be flattering in light, flowing fabrics that are breathable in hot weather. Silk crepe, jersey and other natural fiber textiles are popular fabrics for this design. Palazzo trousers are less frequently seen during the winter months, but they may be found in wool or heavy synthetic fabrics as well.
Palazzo pants bear a resemblance to boho chic trousers. They also share a similarity with harem pants, in that both pant styles start at the waist and flare out from the thighs and calve area of the legs. Where palazzo pants continue to flare wider all the way down to the ankles, harem pants catch and cuff at the ankle.
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Wide legged palazzo pants for a fashion and beauty palooza!
Palazzo Pants Fun Fact: Palazzo pants for women first became a popular trend in the late 1960s and early 1970s. The style was reminiscent of the wide legged cuffed trousers worn by some women fond of avant-garde fashion in the 1930s and 1940s, particularly actresses such as Katharine Hepburn, Greta Garbo and Marlene Dietrich.
During the 1960s, some upscale restaurants resisted modern fashion trends by refusing to admit women wearing pants, which were considered inappropriate by some proprietors. This posed a problem for women who didn’t want to wear the skirt styles that were in fashion. Some women opted to circumvent restaurant bans on women in pants by wearing palazzo trousers or culottes as evening wear.
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Palazzo pants flare out evenly from the waist to the ankle, and are therefore slightly different from bellbottoms, which are snug in the thigh until they flare out from the knee. Palazzo pants are also not to be confused with Gaucho Trousers, which only extend down to the mid-calf length. Harem pants are yet another loose style, but they have a snug cuff around the ankles.
Flare those ankles out in a great pair of pretty palazzo pants as that’s what it’s all about!
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Palazzo Pants Fun Fact: Palazzo pants went out of fashion in the start of the 21st century, but have currently become a popular and trendy fashion garment that’s here to stay all the way!
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Palazzo Pants Fun Fact: In 1911 the Paris couturier Paul Poiret introduced harem pants and a version of the palazzo pant as part of his efforts to reinvent and liberate Western female fashion. Although Poiret is often credited with single handedly inventing pants for Western women, the couturier Jeanne Margaine-Lacroix presented wide legged pants in 1910, and a fellow couturier, Bourniche, is also credited with designing such styles at the time.
A stunning pair of palazzo pants are not only playful and fun time to time; but they are trendy and alluring all of the time!
For fun, festive fashion on a dime, a glamorous pair of palazzo pants wins every time!
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