Clean white lines: Natalie Joos

Wide leg pants can be hit or miss, due to their volume and penchant for shortening the wearer visually. Hence two things that Natalie Joos knows an puts into practice with this outfit: firstly, that heels do wonders for keeping flared pants from making their wearer look stumpy. And second that a plunging neckline or deep-V is one way to offset the volume below the waist with a more revealing cut at the top.

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Natalie’s clean white lines and ultimate minimalism were given detail by some embellishment on the neckline. She was photographed while attending Paris fashion week.

Photo: Imaxtree

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