5 Outfits That Prove That Baggy Is Better

There's a lot to be said about leaving a little to mystery, and while it takes a brave sort of woman to wear a dress so tight you can see whether she's had lunch or not, it takes another sort of bravery to deck yourself out in a voluminous balloon of fabric. There's something really contradictory about baggy clothing, especially if you're strategic about how you're showing off some skin. This week, challenge yourself to think BIG. Here are five outfits to get you going.
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Photographed by Melodie Jeng.
If your trousers are fuller, a slim-fitting jacket and a crop top can make a huge impact.
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Photographed by Melodie Jeng.
If you're working with a more bell-like-shaped short, a shorter hemline helps balance things out. Lengthen your leg more with a nude pump.
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Photographed by Melodie Jeng.
In a bright color like tangerine, a baggy pant takes on the characteristics of a maxi-skirt.
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Photographed by Melodie Jeng.
Baggy pants don't have to be all-consuming. A cropped trouser with a relaxed fit helps make a dressy outfit more day-appropriate.
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Photographed by Christian Vierig.
Or, just go for it with a full-on, Old World-style silhouette with suspenders, socks, and a boater. Accessorize with confidence!
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