Do you know which garment is going to take over the summer? The paper bag waist shorts!
Chic and elegant, they are definitely a must-have in your closet this season. They are easy to pair with countless tops, sandals and light summer jackets. Don’t be afraid to catch everyone’s eye with an amazing style! These shorts are the absolute icons of street style and the most fashionable of influencers have already adopted them, so read on to get some great outfit ideas.
Shorts for every body type
- You will love them if you are rectangular or oval shaped as they will help create the illusion of a waist, and they will balance your silhouette if you are an inverted triangle
- If you are a triangle or hourglass it will reinforce your waist creating an even more feminine silhouette!
They are also very versatile and can add a chic touch to a very relaxed look. Or, in contrast, add a summery casual touch to a sophisticated outfit.
They exist in different styles and for all tastes from the safari wave with apparent pockets, going through the pastel colors trend or glam chic with its black version that you can wear at night with high-heeled sandals and a metallic clutch.
- Look safari
- Look pastel romantic
- Look chic by night
- Look vichy mix and match
- Look summer casual street
The shorts in safari look casual and can be mixed with other summer favourites in pleasant soft & fresh materials. What’s more, the pockets and on each side set beautiful accents enhancing any simple tee.
This short in a baby blue colour is easy to mix and match! Pair a romantic top with floral prints and a warm-coloured shoulder bag (like this on in strawberry) for an eye-popping elegant style!
It’s OK to go all-black in the summer. Top off an all-black paper waist look with lingerie top and a blazer for when the night cools down.
Who says you can’t pair up two prints together? Vichy checks and a microprint blouse will not only make you stand out but will keep you fresh and comfy for any plan. Add a wicker bag for extra chiceness!
Embrace the nautical style in a tan short and a breton t-shirt. If you need light coverage for cool evenings a denim jacket always works!