I have been lusting for Aztec prints in for a while now, so when ShopImagine sent me these Aztec print palazzo pants I was ecstatic. For the uninitiated, Aztec prints originates from Aztec tribe in Mexico and the art prints reflect the appreciation for insects, birds, fish and animals. Though Aztec prints were introduced on runaways in 2009 by Matthew Williamson, its has been created and valued as far back as the 14th century.
I paired the palazzo with a blue vest and statement neckpieces; the beauty of black and white prints is you can contrast pair it with most of the bright colours. You could also pair it with neon plain tops. The hemline of palazzo pants is critical, An ideal pair of Palazzos should skim the floor with heels on.
While both Aztec print and palazzo pants are raging trends, palazzo can be tricky for petite woman despite being comfortable, chic and effortless. Flared palazzo and bell-bottom pants can make you look shorter and petite woman should follow these tips –
- Pick pants with less flare and avoid bell bottom palazzo’s.
- Always wear palazzos with heels or wedges as the flare legs makes legs look shorter.
- Since wide leg style widens the bottom half of your body, minimize the top half by wearing your palazzo’s with a fitted top.
- Opt for a high waisted pair as it make you look taller and elongates your legs.
- Add a slim belt to accentuate your waist.
Pallazo Pants – ShopImagine
Neck piece – Pipa & Bela, cheeky Ninja’s closet
Charm Bracelet – Blend Accessories
Shoes – La Judi, Hill Road, Bandra
On my nails – Ski Teal we drop by OPI
Photographer – Awanish Tiwari
Location Courtesy: Olive Bistro, Pune