The Harem Pant

The 90s are back in a big way with this week’s trend highlight.  Well, back, modernized and more fabulous than ever!  The harem pant danced its way into history thanks to MC Hammer and luckily has been revived and can be seen strutting down runways, sidewalks and every where in between.  Contrary to popular belief, the harem pant is for everyone!  Like all clothes, the fit is crucial and it could not be more true in this instance.  The harem pant is already a bold piece, but it is truly perfect for all occasions!  They are so playful and depending on how you put the look together can also be more conservative, well as conservative as a harem pant can be.  One of my favorite things about the harem pant is that they are whimsical and allow you to experiment with proportions, which always results in an eye catching one of a kind look.  Oh and did I mention they are incredibly comfortable!

Harem Pants

Pants: Aqua (old, similar here & super affordable!), Top: H&M (similar here), Shoes: Aqua (old, similar here)

Harem Pants

Just lounging in the most comfortable pants

Playing with proportions and lengths

Playing with proportions and lengths

Harem Pants

Wonder Woman pose

Harem Pants

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5 thoughts on “The Harem Pant

  1. tospeakstyle says:

    Love your take on harem pants – where did you buy those? It is both fashion forward and office friendly!

  2. Love your take on harem pants! Where did you buy those? They seem both office friendly and fashion forward!

    • gardenofglam says:

      Thanks! The pants are Aqua, but from last season. I have links to equally as fabulous pants in the post though. And you are right, I wear them on the weekends as well as to (dress code) conservative office.

  3. 5jenkins says:

    Yay! I didn’t realize that the pants I just bought in NYC that I felt are great for “older women” (due to the “conservative” fit), are right in style and even have a cool name!

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