Popular Wide Leg Pants for Women
By Ted Rollins
, last updated December 7, 2011
The wide leg pant has, in recent years, been strictly a high fashion and bohemian look, going well with both draped tops and tighter looks that contrasted the pants' flowing styles. However, today more and more women are wearing wide leg pants as parts of outfits for the workplace, and they're becoming more popular for everyday wear as well. In the following, you'll learn about some of the more popular wide leg women's pants for all sorts of occasions.
Bebe, a youthful women's clothing store, sells the Laura Wide Leg Pant for $119. Coming only in black, the workplace friendly pants have a ribbon trim, cuffed hem, double welt pockets and are made of a polyester, viscose and spandex blend. Bebe recommends you wear the Laura Pants with a lace bodysuit or ruffled bustiers. The pants have a massive 22-inch leg opening and a 10 inch rise. Bergdorf Goodman sells a high-end pair of wide leg pants in the Jason Wu Racome Low-Rise Wide-Leg Pants, which come in Tobacco and sells for $755. These additions to Jason Wu's Fall 2011 collection are made of a wool and spa index blend and sit at the hip just slightly away from the body. The wide legs skim from the hip and flare out from the knee into the cuffed leg. The Racome pants are also pleated and have slant front pockets, as well as back pockets. Lastly, the Outnet has a great value in wide leg pants in the By Malene Birger Janise Wide Leg Cotton Pants, which retail for $295 and sell for $74 at the discount site. The pants come in a dark mustard color, are made of 100% cotton and have darting, belt loops, slant pockets and jet back pockets. The earth tone pants go great with black sandals and dark tops; The Outnet suggests you style them with a forest green collared shirt.