Palazzo Life

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For this look, I thought it would be aesthetically interesting to pair a more “boho” element with an edgier top. 

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Palazzo pants are my summer fav because they are comfortable and versatile. And I just love how ventilated and I feel! For most clothes I always suggest seeking out an actual store for size purposes, but palazzos are meant to be wide and loose, so risking an online purchase for a good deal is not a terrible idea when it comes to this particular style. I found these at Macy’s, but I’ve seen some fab ones online as well, especially on ShopAkira.com.

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When it comes to accessories, no need to keep it uniform. Mix expensive with inexpensive, new with the old. Here I mix bracelets from Hermes and Cartier, with rings that were less than $5. The Hamsa necklace was from Aldo for less than $10, paired with a Libra chain from Urban Outfitters, and a personalized bar necklace from Etsy.

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Palazzo pants are almost always high-waisted. If you have an opportunity to go high-waisted, seize it! The silhouette is flattering on most, especially if you can catch it at that perfect part of your waist.

Pants: bar III Palazzo pants from Macy’s ($69)

T-shirt: Zara basic ($19.90)

Vest: MM Couture moto vest ($94)

Wristgame: Hermes ‘H’ enamel cuff ($610) and Cartier Love ($6,350)

Rings: ASOS, H&M, and vintage

Will you be rocking a pair of palazzos any times soon? Show us your style by Instagraming your #ootd and tagging #dallasintuitive! 

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