Comfortable, Airy and Uber Cool Palazzos - The New Indian Express

Comfortable, Airy and Uber Cool Palazzos

Published: 12th May 2014 09:27 AM

Last Updated: 12th May 2014 10:45 AM

It seems city’s style divas are getting ready to make a statement! Spice up your wardrobe with the very versatile, capricious and dramatic Palazzo pants- for a cool look. Palazzo pants flatter your thighs and hips with its light flowy fabric and wide legs that flare out from the waist.

The celebrity style and the runway trend are now accessible at incredibly affordable rates in the city. Having its deep vintage roots, aspired by the avant-garde fashion in the 30s and 40s, the pants have shown a great comeback into the fashion circuit.

The pants are a rage in summer as they are easy to put on and keep us cool with their airy and flary legs and comfortable material, providing an edge of femininity and elegance.

Unlike other forms of bottoms like churi and jeans, Palazzos are not body-hugging, tight or skinny, creating an illusion of a skirt with the freedom of pants. Let it be the beach, mall, coffee shop, a party or the street, it is a perfect pick! The widely used materials are cotton, chiffon, silk, mulmul and linen and it's available in various prints like floral, stripes, Aztec, geometrical, animal, neon and quirky prints exclusively for flamboyant chics. It is also available in a myriad colours in plain shades. The prize ranges from `399 to `750 depending on the material and type.

As the flare width increases, the price goes up. Founder of HOH, Tenaz Rafiq says it is one of the hot selling outfits. “They are everyone's current favourite and we never have enough. We sell around 50 pieces every week,” she says.

The outfit gained wide popularity among the fashionistas of Kozhikode on the day of it's arrival. They just love the way it is, trendy and subtle.

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