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In this Marie Claire YouTube video, check out DJ Chelsea's rock n' roll
style with her flared jeans. Next, blogger Kelly models her flare pants
with a dressy red blouse for a more dramatic look. The third woman,
Athena, is an interior designer whose pant shows her sophisticated
appearance. Multiple looks can be achieved with flared trousers.
Flared Pants Worn Three Ways
More Flared Pants
Tips for Optimal Fit of Pants
flared pants can be worn by a variety of women, the high-waisted flared
pants look their best when suited to the particular woman's body shape. The optimal look is achieved when women match the width of the pant
legs to the proportions of their bodies. A petite woman, for example,
suits a pant that is of moderate width. For a curvy woman, the most
flattering style is a well-fit trouser around the thigh with a slight
bell curve at the hem of the pant. Too much flare over-emphasizes the
hip area in the curvy body type.
Curvaceous women should also pay attention to the front pockets of
the pants. Avoid pockets with extra material and zipper pockets that accentuate the hips and draw attention to the area.
For women who wish to create an even longer looking leg, adjust the
length of the pants to fall to the floor. Streamlined looks are created.
This tip works well for petite women.
Pair the flare trousers with close fitting tops to balance the shapes of the outfits. Geometric
shaped patterns are also big for spring, making this particular shirt
design a good choice to pair with the pants. Designers from Gucci to
Donna Karen showcased the geometric designed clothing in their Spring
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There’s just no denying it, a threshold has been crossed. I have
become the type of person who drinks “coffee” from dandelions, makes
“sour cream” out of cashews and now, creates “chips” from roughly torn
kale leaves. I’ve been known to make these out of desperation. With no
other snacks in the house and a head of kale in the crisper, a snack
deprived person will resort to almost anything.
Of course I recognize that “treat” is subjective, but these satisfy
the desire for something crispy and salty—and to have a snack in the
richest shade of dark green is surely a bonus.
1 head of kale
1/4 cup sesame seeds
1 Tbsp. Olive Oil
Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
Rinse kale and tear stems off the leaves. Spin, shake, blot ALL
moisture off of the kale. If in doubt, let air dry for 10 minutes as
well. Once dry, place in a large bowl and sprinkle the olive oil over.
Use your hands and massage the oil into the kale, coating each leaf. If
it’s feeling a bit dry, drizzle extra oil, remassage. Once covered,
sprinkle 1/4 cup sesame seeds over the kale and toss to evenly
Lightly sprinkle with sea salt (it’s easy to oversalt, be conservative).
Spread out on two baking sheets lined with parchment, avoid overlaps and
bake for 20 minutes. Don’t allow the leaves to brown or the chips will
be bitter. Optional + Recommended: sprinkle with smoked paprika and a
pinch of cayenne.