Erin Andrews Celebrity Fashion : How to Wear High Waist Pants

Celebrity Fashion Gossip… Whether you like it or hate it, the celebrity is a driving force in our consumer market. High waist pants are always under scrutiny, from Jessica Simpson in her “Mom Jeans” and now Erin Andrews at the Rose Bowl.

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I ‘m scared to say that I kind of like her entire outfit. The high waist pant might be a bit tight but over all I like it. If you like the flowy sheer blouse high waist look, here are some options and some pointers on how to pull off a high waist pant.
1. FIT! Be sure your high waist pants are in the correct size. You might consider Spanx to keep even the smallest pouch under control.
2. Quality! Poor quality in the fabric of high waist pants is just a sure way to get blasted for a high waist blunder.
3. Pair high waist pants with heels, and a loose blouse or slouchy T shirt! Your legs will look long and lean and the volume of the top will balance out your entire outfit.

L A M B  These high-waist wide-leg twill pants feature vertical pin tucks at the front. Extended-tab, double hook-and-eye closure.

See By Chloe  Adjustable buckle belt included. Two side slit pockets. Two back button pockets. Unlined. Made in Italy.

Siwy Jeans “Before the skinny rage, there was Siwy. With the signature contoured back yoke, tulip-shaped pockets, and higher back rise to prevent that dastardly gaping or plumber’s butt-slide, it’s no wonder that Siwy has become the go-to brand to raise our denim assets.
Beyond Vintage Bubble Blouse This over sized striped silk top features a crew neck. Gathered elastic banding at waist and cuffs.

Kelly Bergin Tie Blouse his washed silk blouse features a fold-over collar and a 6-button closure. Flap bust pockets. Tie at waist. Inverted box pleat at back and knife pleats at single-button cuffs. Long dolmen sleeves. Semi-sheer.

Rebecca Taylor Blouse This voile blouse features stud details. Deep V neck and 4-button closure. Smocking at yoke and at 2-button cuffs. Long sleeves.

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