Bell bottoms are hitting the shelves faster than ever before and I couldn’t be happier about it…talk about a blast from the past. One of the things that I love the most about fashion is that it is cyclical. Hence the reason flare leg pants have made a comeback from 1970’s disco garb. Lace on the other hand, is timeless.
Free People, the Red Dress Boutique, and Forever 21 are just a few of the many retailers currently carrying bell bottom lace bottoms. But no matter where they’re from or what color they are, they all have one thing in common. They’re HOT! How perfect would a white pair be for a bride-to-be to wear during her bachelorette party?! Being a huge fan of black apparel in general, it was an easy decision to make when I purchased mine. Plus, black is acceptable all months of the year. Since fancy is always better, I dressed these bottoms up with a black peplum top. I thought this cut was a nice balance between the sheer fabric and slim fit pant. Trying to keep things rather simple, I accessorized lightly with black tassel earrings ($9.99 from H&M) and my Gucci purse. Lace pants make enough of a statement – no need to compete.
If you’re ready to shake your groove thing on the dance floor, and show ’em how [you] do it now…get yourself a pair of lace disco pants! Yeah yeah…
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Top | Pants (Free People, Red Dress Boutique, Forever 21, CiChic | Earrings
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Oh my!!! Outstanding outfit. Love the bell bottoms with the peplum top. Just beautiful!!!
Glad you approve! These pants barely need any styling. They’re amazing on their own!
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Gorgeous outfit and amazing photos.