10 Ways to Style your Flare Pants

Whether you call them flare pants or Bell-Bottoms this fashion trend is one that has been around for decades. The first flared pants were actually worn by U.S. Navy Sailors in the early 19th Century since no uniform had been given to them. In the 1960s and 1970s Sonny and Cher helped to increase this already existing fashion trend by donning them on their television show. As fashion usually repeats itself the flared-leg pants also known as boot-cut returned in the 1990s. Now in the year 2022 the wide leg pants and stretchy waistband is back!

The Flare Pants that Made Vibe Clothing Company Famous

Vibe Clothing Company has based its style on the principle that fashion should be both comfortable and stylish. The History of the company began when owner, Heather Thompson, couldn’t find fashions to fit her plus size figure that didn’t look frumpy. She despised buttons and zippers and set out to re-write the rules of women’s fashion.

Vibe Clothing Company is a brand based on the principles of making all women feel beautiful no matter age, shape, size, or style. Centering our spotlight to women 25 and up, we focus on dressing women’s bodies in boutique-style clothes made for women’s bodies. We work closely with manufacturers and designers to ensure the best fit, quality, and comfortability for women. Heather ensures on a daily basis that the foundation of Vibe’s clothes maintains consistency- our shirts are a little longer, the arms a little roomier, and the fit a little more flowy. Whether you need plus size bell bottoms or you are tall, these flare pants can fit all body shapes.


10 Ways to Style Flare Pants

You can pair your Flares with a graphic tee or layer with a kimono, and you’ll be cute, comfy and dressed to impress. Whether you need outfits for work or , meeting up with girlfriends, or even attending church these pants will be your absolute favorite! They can be casual or dressy!

Red Flare Pants

red flare pants

Black Flare Pants

Black Flare Pants


Blue Jean Flare Pants

blue jean bellbottoms

Copper Flare Pants

brown flare pants

Gray Flare Pants

Gray Flare pants


Turquoise Flare Pants

turquoise Flare Pants with leopard top

Pink Flare Pants

Pink flare pants

Green Flare Pants

green flare pants


Shades of Blue Flare Pants

Blue Jean flares for plus or tall women

Neutral Color Flare Pants

Mustard Flare pants and leopard top

Boot Cut Pants

If you are on the short end of the height chart, you may prefer to wear our All-American straights which have a little less flare and are more boot cut. You still get the hourglass figure shape but in a shorter length. Spokesmodel, Courtney is shown here and she is 5’1 and wears a size 18.

burgundy bootcut pants on plus size model