Well, palazzo pants were a big hit the first time round in the 1970s and so hark back to that era with wedges or chunky-heeled sandals. As for your top half, you MUST highlight your waist when wearing palazzo pants so we think one of the best ways is with a fitted vest top or feminine camisole to create the ultimate summer look.Now, yet again, with the 70′s revival in full flow, palazzo‘s are back and I feel my unrequited love returning.
‘palazzo printed pants’
I can remember poring over archive photographs of 1930′s Hollywood screen sirens, lounging languidly in halter-necked ‘beach pyjamas’, probably accessorised with Ferragamo platforms and finely-defined brows, not to mention the couturier Irene Galitzine’s evening trousers, inspired by Garbo, launched in 1960, and instantly named ‘the palazzo pyjama’ by Diana Vreeland, then fashion editor of Harper’s Bazaar.
The palazzo pant is making a maternity return and they are sooooo comfy – they ensure you will be able to wear them from your first to fourth trimester!
Wear to work with a dressy top or wear as lounge pants with a comfy henley, these pants will be the most comfortable fitting pants you will ever buy throughout your pregnancy and they are guaranteed to not sag around the bum or the knees.
Palazzo pants are pants that are loose from the waist all the way to the floor. They have had their share of comebacks throughout history and originated trend-wise sometime in the 1930′s.wearing the palazzo with a very simple top and shoe to keep the look very clean, however hippie-ing them out a bit would be fun too! Here are some of my favorite palazzo looks.