Wide-Legged Pants Are Taking Over Tokyo | Clozette

With the change in seasons coming up, looking for clothes that can take you from hot to cold is a top priority. With wide-legged pants reigning supreme in Tokyo street-style fashion, you should definitely look into trying this trend soon. Take inspiration from the streets of Tokyo on how to style oversized pants this Fall and enjoy comfort without comprising fashion.

Go All White

White is a classic colour, so you’ll never go wrong with it! It still looks fresh and pleasing to the eyes, especially in a crisp fabric. The oversized sweater is also a nice touch.

Unique Details and Bright Colours

Keep things interesting with a pop of colour and interesting details. These neon orange pants with black patches are toned down by a plain white shirt and an army green jacket, creating one cool look.

Oversized Overalls

This outfit screams nostalgia. From the baggy overalls to the quirky buttons, we love all the details. Top it off with the newspaper boy hat and it ties the whole look together.

Go Neutral

Nothing wrong with going monochrome! It’s sleek and stylish, even when wearing trendier pieces like baggy pants. Just add a thin, form-fitting top with a jacket to slip on and off depending on the temperature, and you’ll be good to go.

Crisp and Cinched

An oversized pair of trousers cinched at the waist may seem counter-intuitive, but it does make you look taller. It also shows off your figure beautifully. Matched with a crisp white top, you’ll look like you’re ready to talk business.

Plaid Play

A plaid print adds a nice visual detail to your look. Even with oversized pants, it doesn’t look distracting or too busy, especially in this classic slate grey colour.

Classic Denim Jeans

More than mum or boyfriend jeans, oversized denim pants are just so comfortable to wear. For colder days, you can layer on leggings underneath to keep warm without it looking too bulky.

(Cover photo from: @___akira_i)

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Tulle has noticeably evolved and proven its versatility in recent years. This transparent fabric, which used to be exclusively used for formal wear, has been incorporated beautifully into every possible design and shape and we are totally digging it! And it looks like the Clozette Community loves it, too. 

(Cover photo from: shinepascual)

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When it comes to mini bags, there are two opposing camps: the ones who think they're cute and adorable and those who feel like they're not practical. And then there are the in-betweeners who can't decide if they should invest in one or not. Would they still spark joy for you years from now? Keep reading and you might just arrive at a decision.

Mini bags are for you if... you have a habit of overpacking

We've all been guilty of overstuffing our bags at one point. But this habit backfires really quickly; remember that time when you had to unearth your ringing phone from a seemingly bottomless pit that is your bag? By switching to a more lightweight and compact piece, you're gonna be forced to just bring the essentials and become more organised with your things. If you're a certified 'over-packer', then honey, it's time to shrink your bag.

Mini bags are for you if... you want to streamline your silhouette

Mini bags are the best at showcasing your outfit and it will make you look sleeker compared to, say, if you would carry a big tote. If you're petite, a huge bag will quickly overshadow your ensemble. Plus, you can experiment with different cuts of clothing (puffed-sleeves, dramatic frocks) without having to worry if it will clash with your bag size and distort your overall look.

Mini bags are for you if... you're always on the go

It's been reported that shoulder bags may play a role in causing shoulder, back and neck pain due to compromised posture. It does make sense because most of us carry our handbags on just one side; the weight isn't equally spread out and puts more pressure on one shoulder. If you're someone who's always on the go and carrying around a big bag, the strain is much more prolonged. The solution? Scaling back on the size of our bags. Hello, mini handbags!

Mini bags aren't for you if... it will hinder your lifestyle

Feeling ready to cut your "what's in my bag" video in half? Hold up! Before you buy one, think about how it will affect your lifestyle first. Some people would need to carry larger bags for a variety of reasons like if you're sticking to a budget and want to carry packed lunch, you need space for gym clothes, you want to bring your own utensils and many more. 

(Cover photo from: @moynat)

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