- Treat them like a skinny jean/legging hybrid.
- Unless you’ve got a perky behind, avoid wearing with short tops.
- If your thighs are a problem, team with longer layers and look for panels on the trousers which run vertically down the front of your thighs to elongate.
- Lengthen your legs by wearing black shoes to carry on the line of your leg to give the illusion of length.
- Balance out wider hips with a chunkier boot. A dainty slipper will only accentuate the upside-down triangle created from your hips to your toes.
Choose a straight-cut long length blazer which you can wear pretty much anywhere, add some jewels (fake is fine!) and heels that you can manage even if you’re out of practice and you’re glammed up for evening. Combining navy and black in one outfit gives instant chic appeal and it’s dark enough so any marks from little fingers as you try to escape will simply brush away.
Look 2: Mama lunch
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again; playing with textures will always add interest to your outfit and give it a stylish edge. Here, on-trend studded denim meets a floaty chiffon blouse against the smooth faux leather. A match made in outfit heaven.
Denim shirt, Topshop; Blouse, Wallis; Ballet flats, ASOS