Easy Living in Palazzo Pants

Palazzo pants take their name from the italian word palazzo, a large palace or building. These wide legged pants make summer living easy with their comfortable and full style. Cooler than pants, less restrictive than shorts, they offer coverage that keeps you cool and chic!

Choose a flowy pant in an elegant navy and white stripe and a simple navy blouse for a dressier look. A shell necklace and straw bag complete the summer look! Or go for a more casual vibe with a black and white stripe paired with a graphic tee for an outfit that is perfect for family gatherings or a casual dinner outside. A satin pant in an oriental floral print is a perfect way to add casual elegance to your summer wardrobe. Slip on some espadrilles and a simple, flowy top and just sit back and enjoy the sunshine. 

These plam print pants from White House Black Market create an elevated summer look when paired with a taupe sweater tank and a straw bag; it's a perfect look for Sunday Brunch. For another fun look, don't be afraid to mix patterns. A striped linen pant topped with a soft floral tank creates a playful look for summer afternoons. Unsure of the wide leg? Try a linen jogger pant like this one from Aerie in a beautiful summer hue. Top with a fun floral blouse, slip on some slides and head out in comfort and style!

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