Styles of pants varied a lot in designers’ collections. Some couturiers showed usual classic styles, while others offered newer and fresher ideas. Peg legged pants were on the forefront, as well as shorter trousers (or rolled up as per the boyfriend jeans trend).
Sometimes the two styles were combined. The style looked amazing on classic office pants. They were cut shorter than they usually are and it looked chic and beautiful.
Wide leg pants also showed up, although not in jeans. Steffanie Moreland showed beautiful mustard ones at the Audi SA Fashion Week.
As a longtime fan of Katharine Hepburn trousers, I’m always excited when wide legged pants return.
Harem pants are still on the scene and they’ve been made in winter fabrics. Some were made in embellished fabrics that move seamlessly from day to night.
If you're so inclined, give a nod to some street art to express your individuality.
How to wear it?
Rock your highwaisted pants with a something fitted and cropped up top.
Remember, the rolled-up cuff needs to have a casual, hand-rolled look-rather than the look of a pressed cuff.