The flare jean has been a serious iconic style since the ’60s and ’70s, and has kept some pretty strong staying power through the evolution of denim. True Religion‘s Joey Flare from back during the premium denim market’s inception possibly was responsible for helping perpetuate this popular vintage piece and setting the stage for it to shine for years to come. The Joey still lives on, but True Religion has a few more offers up its sleeve. Here is blogger Taya Rogers in True Religion, wearing the Runway Flare in Boho. This one is truly unique because it’s not just a flare, but actually a pull-on legging! Unlike traditional denim, it comes in sizes XX-Small to Large, and without the zipper and button fly. Its back pockets are still functional, keeping the look of a pair of jeans but super soft and stretchy with a 92% cotton, 6% elastomultiester (elasterell-p) and 2% elastane fabric blend. It also features a 9.5″ front rise to fit cleanly over your hips and hug you in all the right places while never bagging out or losing its ability to stay put. The True Religion Runway Flare in Boho also incorporates a trend that I don’t mind sticking around for awhile: the undone hems! These are such a beautiful piece for the bombshell within all of us stylish ladies.
Shop the True Religion Runway Flare in Boho here.