Flared jeans have been a trend for a few years now, but it’s still going strong!
Your flared jeans are fun, playful, and the perfect balance of casual and sassy.
But what tops do you wear with flare jeans?
Read on for our top picks for this season.
1. Classic button-down shirt
A classic button-down shirt is a great piece to have in your wardrobe. It can be worn with jeans, shorts, or even dress pants.
They’re versatile and can be worn for casual or formal occasions. You can dress them up with a tie and dress shoes, or down by rolling up the sleeves and wearing sneakers.
They’re perfect for pairing with flares because they create a slimming effect on your body that makes you look thinner than you actually are—especially if you wear them tucked in!
2. Statement-making denim jacket
A denim jacket is a wardrobe staple that can be worn year-round, but it’s especially handy in the spring and summer.
You can throw on your favorite pair of flare jeans, slip on a denim jacket and instantly look put together without having to worry about layering.
A denim jacket looks great with flared or bootcut jeans as well as other bottoms like shorts or skinnies.
The soft texture of the fabric also means you don’t have to worry about getting wrinkles when you sit down or bend over—it will still keep its shape no matter what!
3. Sleeveless top with a high neckline
If you’re looking to wear a sleeveless top with flare jeans, choose a top that has a high neckline.
Be careful not to go too high on the neck, though—the goal is to avoid showing too much cleavage.
If you prefer sleeves, look for tops with the right length: they shouldn’t fall past your elbows or up past your wrists. If you like showing off what’s underneath and want your sleeves to show just a bit of skin (or more), it can be done—but only if you have great arms!
A low-cut neckline does wonders for showing off those great arms, but we wouldn’t recommend this style unless it looks flattering on you; otherwise, it could end up distracting from your amazing outfit rather than enhancing it.
4. Delicate blouse with a flutter sleeve
If you want to wear a delicate blouse with flutter sleeves, choose one that is in a neutral color such as white or black.
You should also make sure the top has a high neckline and long sleeves.
Finally, make sure the top is loose and flowy so it doesn’t look too tight against your flare jeans.
5. Fitted sweater in bold colors
You’ve got your flares, and you’re ready to rock. But what do you wear with them? Look no further than a fitted sweater in a bold color.
Your sweater should be snug, but not too tight—you want it to mold around your body and show off any curves that may be there. If the fit is right, you’ll look great in flare jeans!
Be sure to pick a shade that flatters your complexion and hair color (and if possible, don’t wear black). A bright shade like red or blue will complement any outfit and give off an energetic vibe for those long nights spent socializing in the club or on campus.
And don’t forget about comfort! Nothing ruins an outfit faster than uncomfortable clothes or shoes…
6. Ruffled camisole top
The ruffled camisole top is a timeless staple.
It’s soft and feminine, stylish and comfortable.
The top can be worn with a blazer, scarf or cardigan to keep you warm in the winter months.
This will ensure an outfit that is both stylish and functional.
7. Long-sleeve tops
Long-sleeve tops are a great way to add coverage and keep you warm in the colder months, but they can also be worn with flare jeans if you have short arms!
Long-sleeved tops come in all different colors, patterns and fabrics.
They’re versatile enough to work with almost any outfit, which is why we love them so much. If you wear your long-sleeved tops with flare jeans that have buttons at the top (or even just slightly below) your shirt will look like it’s coming out of an explosion of fabric at your neckline.
If this isn’t how you want to style this look then feel free to unbutton or roll up those sleeves for some contrast between the two pieces of clothing.
You may want to wear a tank top underneath or layer multiple shirts on top – just make sure whatever color or patterned layers we choose go well together!
To finish off this look try wearing some dark wash jeans from our list above so that both pieces blend seamlessly into one another without clashing colors or getting too busy overall.”
8. Classic Sweaters
A sweater is a versatile layer that can be worn in any season, and it’s the perfect way to add color to your outfit.
Sweaters are great for layering! You can wear them under jackets or over other layers depending on how much coverage you need.
They also come in enough styles, colors and patterns to match just about any flare jeans you own (or want to buy).
Of course, sweaters aren’t just for winter anymore: they’re now available year-round at all price points so they’re easy enough to incorporate into your wardrobe without breaking the bank.
And with so many different types of sweaters available—from classic knits like cardigans or poncho-style wrap fronts—you’ll have no problem finding something that suits both your personal style and the weather outside:
9. Bold Graphic T-shirts
Graphic t-shirts are a great way to show off your personality while staying true to your flare jeans.
A graphic tee with a high neckline will draw attention to the rest of your outfit and make it look more stylish.
Graphic tees with deep V’s or open backs also look good when paired with flare jeans because they show off bare skin at the waist or lower back without showing too much skin.
10. White Crop tops
The difference between crop tops and cropped tops is that the latter has a longer length. So when you’re wearing it, you can wear it as a crop top or keep it on your hips.
Crop tops are great for showing off your abs and chest but they also look really good with jeans if you have a smaller frame because they make your body look longer.
If you have curves, then it’s best to avoid them because they will accentuate them rather than slimming down the appearance of your waistline.
However, an exception can be made if the top has some sort of design at the bottom like lace or frill details which will still make it look feminine while drawing attention away from any flaws in your figure that may appear after eating too much fast food!
11. A simple white t-shirt
A white t-shirt is a great choice for layering over your flare jeans. It’s simple, versatile and can be worn with any season.
White t-shirts are easy to wear as they go well with casual outfits as well as more formal looks.
They are comfortable to wear, easy to wash and dry quickly.
You can find them in any shop or online store at affordable prices so it won’t hurt your budget too much if you decide to buy one or two more!
12.A tank top
Tank tops are a great option for hot weather, layering, and showing off your body.
Tank tops are also great to wear with a bra (or without). On top? A tank top. Underneath? A sports bra.
Either way, you can’t go wrong with this humble yet versatile piece of clothing.
13. A plaid shirt
Flared jeans are a great way to add a little variety to your wardrobe, but you want to be sure that the top you wear with them is equally as exciting.
If you do not want your outfit to look too busy, try a plaid shirt in a solid color or one that has very few different patterns.
Larger check patterns tend to work better than smaller ones since they help break up the overall look of the outfit without being too overwhelming or distracting.
A plaid shirt that is too small for your body type can also lead towards unflattering results when paired with flared jeans.
This can especially be true if you have larger thighs and hips due to their shape not matching well with what’s happening around them on either side of those areas (like when it comes time for people at nearby tables looking over).
14. Classic cardigans
Cardigans are a great layering piece and can be worn with just about anything.
They’re also perfect for throwing over a t-shirt or tank top when you want to add some warmth, but don’t want to get too hot.
Plus, because they come in different colors and styles, cardigans can be worn in the winter or in the summer.
They’re not just for layering either; they can also be worn with jeans and flared skirts.
A classic cardigan will look fantastic paired with flared jeans because it’s such a versatile item that goes with almost everything!
15. Shirts with a low neckline.
If you want to wear a shirt with a low neckline, consider a top that can be worn in multiple ways.
A turtleneck or cowl-neck style is a good choice, as they can be worn on their own or layered over another shirt or sweater.
When it comes to casual outfits, make sure the rest of your outfit is simple so that everything isn’t competing for attention—keep accessories minimal and let the focus stay on your look.
For more formal outfits, choose shirts with plunging V-necks that are paired with other pieces in darker tones.
This creates contrast and makes it easier for people to see your face (and not just your chest).
When layering these shirts over blouses or dresses, keep everything else simple by wearing only one necklace or earring pair per outfit—you don’t want things getting too overwhelming!
A tunic is a great option for you to wear with flare jeans. This section will go over how to wear tunics and flares together, along with some tips on how to make them look amazing!
When wearing flared jeans, a loose-fitting top such as a tunic can help balance out your outfit.
This allows you to wear a piece that would normally be too tight on its own.
You can also use a long tunic to cover up your flared jeans in case they are too short and show off your legs.
A good way to wear tunics with flared jeans is by pairing them with heels or sandals.
17. Chunky, oversized sweaters.
A chunky, oversized sweater is a great way to cover up a lot of skin.
You can pair it with flare jeans or bell-bottom jeans for an extra-wide look that’ll keep you warm in the cold weather.
Throw on some sandals or heels and you’re ready for your next date night!
Another way to wear these sweaters is with a long skirt. If you want something more formal than leggings but less fancy than pants, this might be the perfect solution!
Just make sure not to go too tight—you don’t want anything cutting into your stomach while everyone else is looking at their feet all night long because they’re wearing heels too high for comfort level safety regulations (which are very important).
18. Jacket/blazer and sweater combos.
Jacket/blazer and sweater combos are a great way to add some style to your outfit.
It is also a good way to add some color to your outfit, especially if you’re wearing jeans and want to keep things simple.
You can choose a jacket or blazer that is the same color as your top, or one that contrasts nicely with it; either way will look great!
19. A long-sleeved knit top
You can wear a long-sleeved knit top with flare jeans to add some complexity and texture to your look.
A long-sleeved knit top is great for winter, as it will keep you warm.
Make sure to layer over a body-hugging tank underneath so that the fabric doesn’t stretch out too much when you sit down or move around.
The color of your top will depend on the color of your flare jeans; go with something neutral like black or grey if you want a subtle contrast between colors, but try wearing a bright pink or red if you want more eye-catching vibes!
20. A white turtleneck
A white turtleneck is a classic, casual look that is perfect for the spring and summer months.
The color will brighten up your outfit and make you stand out from the crowd.
You can wear this turtleneck with jeans or leggings, or even over a pair of shorts or pants.
You can also wear it under another shirt if you want to keep warm in the colder months.
If you want to dress up your basic white turtleneck, try pairing it with some jewelry like statement earrings or a necklace (or both!).
A hat might be another good way to add some interest to an otherwise plain outfit: just remember not to wear too much at once!
21. Pick a fitted top.
The next time you wear your flare jeans, try pairing them with a fitted top.
This will make your waist appear smaller and more balanced, which is particularly important for women who have a pear-shaped body type (i.e., wide hips and narrow shoulders).
A fitted top can also be more comfortable than a loose one since it won’t be pulling or stretching on the bottom of your body when you walk around in it all day long!
As well as being flattering, having a fitted top will show off your figure in pictures better than a looser one would. You’ll look younger too!
The great thing about this look is how versatile it is: You can wear it with other bottoms like dresses or shorts too!
22. Choose a loose top.
A loose top is the way to go. It’s great for layering and can be a little more casual than fitted tops, but you can still dress it up for work or special occasions.
Plus, a loose top looks flattering on various body types—so even if you don’t have a perfectly flat stomach like me, there’s no reason not to step out in one!
A loose top is perfect for summer because they won’t show under your shirt or sweater when it gets hot outside (which happens all the time in Texas).
But they’re also great in winter too because they keep you warm while still allowing some ventilation through their open necklines and longer sleeves that cover your arms when needed.
23. Go for something flowy.
A flowy top is a great way to add some drama to your look, so go ahead and try it.
Look for tops that are fitted at the waist and then flowy from there—this will help create a nice silhouette, especially with flare jeans.
If you’re feeling bold, try a top with a high neckline; just make sure it’s not too short so it doesn’t distract from your outfit!
Try something new and you might find that you love it!
Or maybe not, but at least you tried. You might also find that you’re indifferent to the idea of trying something new with your shoes, which is fine too.
In any case, it’s important to be open-minded about these things because sometimes our preconceived notions about how we’re supposed to dress hold us back from trying out some really cool stuff.
I hope this article has given you some inspiration for how to wear flare jeans.
As with any trend, it is important to remember that there are many ways to wear it and you should never be afraid of experimenting!
Keep in mind that even if your style doesn’t end up being exactly like any of the looks shown here, don’t worry about it- everyone has their own unique sense of style which makes them feel good about themselves.
So if wearing flare jeans isn’t working out for you at first try something else! The most important thing when dressing yourself: keep it fun!
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