If you are new to cropped flare look, it can be daunting. How do you wear it? What tops should you pair it with? What shoes are best? There are tons of blogs all over the internet on how to style cropped flares. I want to help you style it for photographs. After all, I am a senior photographer, and I am always looking to adapt the current trends to look fabulous in pictures so that your fashion enhances you rather than overwhelms you in your images.
One note, shorter girls tend to be scared of the cropped flare style. Don't shy away from it because of your height. I found a great blog post by Esther Levy on how shorter girls can pull off this trend. You might want to check it out.
So here are some ideas for wearing cropped flares while rocking your senior session!
I hesitate posting this image as it probably isn't for every body type. However, more girls can wear this than you would think because the jeans have a high waist. This outfit screams that you are a fun and casual kind of person. Love the fresh take on the boyfriend tuck with the sweater.
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For a 180 degree flip, consider this outfit. Sleek and stylish, this says that you know who you are and you aren't afraid to make a statement. The sleek boots and fitted shirt balance out the super-wide culottes. The pop of black against the monochromatic outfits adds style without taking away from the person in the outfit. A heel is a must with flares this wide!
I have debated on posting this image, but there is something about it that just grabs me. If you are a high fashion girl and want your pictures to look like a fashion spread, this would be a perfect choice for you. It is a longer crop but still requires heels. The peep toe shoes are the perfect choice to balance out the heaviness of the jumper and the sweater underneath. Fun choice for sure!
Until next time,