Why The Flare Is A Must Have In Your Wardrobe

Move over skinnies, step aside straight, this season we’re daring to flare. Yes, you read that right, the '70s and '90s style staple is back with a vengeance, and it’s designed to flatter. The wider hem accentuates your legs in just the right place, making them look supermodel long (and we’re so here for it). Believe us when we say, you need a pair of flares in your wardrobe.

Shop Flare Jeans


Low-rise jeans are back. Thanks to the likes of Kim Kardashian and Bella Hadid, the Y2K favourites have returned with a vengeance with 79.6m searches on TikTok alone.

Don’t panic, a low-rise jean in flare form can be seriously flattering. Look for an indigo shade, mid-flare (not too skinny or too wide) and pair with a simple tee and heels. In the words of Paris Hilton: that’s hot. 

Shop Now


White jeans really come into their own in summer, but off-white denim rules all year round. Tight on top with a smooth wide flare towards the hem and contrast piping, these high waisted flares are an instant outfit maker.

Wondering how to wear yours? The head-to-toe neutrals trend is going nowhere, so why not experiment with shades of beige, cream and off-white with pops of chocolate. Just add chunky knitwear as the weather cools down.

Shop Now


Skip the squats and opt for a bum-enhancing denim. Engineered using sculpting technology and cut to flatter in all-the-right-places, these jeans are as fit as you are. With a high-rise waist, flared legs and ultra-stretchy fabric - these flared jeans may have been born in the '70s, but the light wash and contouring fit truly define eras. 

Shop Now


If you have a bigger is better attitude, then the ultra-flare may be your match made in denim. Ditch your skinnies for this leg-lengthening pair that work hard from discos to date night.

We especially love the ultra-flare due to their versatility; you can dress them up and down in seconds. Though we’re embracing true '90s vibes with cut-out vests and a dark indigo wash.

Shop Now

Flare Jeans