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Keeping up with the denim styles of the moment can feel like a full-time job: in just the span of a year we’ve witnessed the resurgence of a number of classic styles like early aughts ultra low-rise and 90s-style loose jeans. It feels like a revolving door of denim d at this point, so I thought I’d draw attention to another style that’s due for a huge come-up this season. 

Take a look at your Instagram feed or a recent paparazzi photo and guarantee you’ll spot a pair of flared jeans somewhere in the mix. Brands like Charlotte Knowles and Celine have frequently incorporated the cut into their latest collections, and if Bella Hadid‘s constant rotation of low-rise flares are any indication, it’s only going to bubble up bigger from here. Since all things flared jeans have been on my brain, I thought I’d round up all the cool ways the fashion crowd has been styling them—9 specific ways to be exact. Keep scrolling to take a peek at them all.

Pumpkin spice everything has entered the chat, and now this look carries even more relevance to my heart: from the classic teddy coat to the easy-going light wash flares, and dad sneakers, this is how to do casual cool in the dead of fall.

In the end, nothing beats the timeless recipe of a white tank, flared jeans and, heeled mules. From here, throw on a leather moto jacket or a sharp, tailored blazer.

A cropped blazer balances out the proportions of a wider leg. Squared-toe boots add a defining modern touch.

Another failsafe combination you’ll want to have on speed dial this fall? A cozy chunky cardigan and a pair of loose flare jeans.

A Canadian tuxedo might as well be the dressed-down version of a suit—it’s a no-brainer outfit that sets a strong tone. Double-denim especially looks on point when it involves a flare cut.

If it’s still warm where you are, pairing them with a cropped top and a bucket hat is always a good choice.

Should the hem be too long, you can always consider rolling them up for a creative solution. Wear it with stacked boots or flat slides for a ’90s inspired look. 

When baggy jeans can feel too low-key for a more formal get-together, a flared cut with a statement party top strikes the perfect balance.

For an edgier update, go for a looser flared shape in a dark wash. A padded-shoulder tee adds some intentional styling.

Next up: The Two-Piece Outfit Trend That’s Already Defining Fall Style

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