Marlene trousers and Palazzo Trousers.
Very special kinds of wide leg trousers are the commonly known and popular Marlene trousers. They are named after the world-famous actress Marlene Dietrich, who was one of the first women who dared to wear trousers in the 1930’s. The main characteristics of Marlene trousers are their tight fit and the high waistband; downwards, the legs just wander down in a wide, straight cigar shape. Classic colours, like navy blue, white or rust-red make these sophisticated cloth trousers, made from flowing viscose or light wool, look even more elegant. You can combine Marlene trousers with a tight top and if you want to hide a little problem area, just wear a tunic with your wide leg trousers. Wide tops combined with wide leg trousers mostly look a bit voluminous, that’s why you should by all means wear a belt around the waist when wearing a tunic or a long top.