BTW, Baggy Is Back—I Tried On the 5 Key Styles to Get the Look


Quarantine life is, by far, the biggest force affecting fashion in 2022 and has impacted the personal style of women around the world forever. Give a mouse sweats for a year, and she will definitely not return to skinny jeans and four-inch heels! Instead, the natural evolution of quarantine comfort has been baggy, relaxed silhouettes that are actually made to wear outside.

2021 loose clothing trend: baggy is back

When it comes to styling loose or oversize clothing, there is a fine line between Mary-Kate Olsen circa 2005 and Mary-Kate Olsen circa 2019—if you know what I mean. As a rule of thumb, I usually try to contain the volume to one part of the outfit. This directs attention to the contrast between the proportions and avoids the various elements of your outfit having to compete for attention.

From overalls to relaxed-fit pants, oversize blazers, and more, keep scrolling to see the five oversize items you’ll need in your closet to get the look along with tips on how to style them this summer.

2021 loose clothing trend: flowy dresses

A flowy dress is the ideal summer dress—that airflow is unmatched. Tiered dresses and skirts are appearing everywhere, so I decided to try on the look myself. Sometimes, this style can look tent-like, so look for flowy dresses that either show leg or have some shape. I decided to go with a black, crinkled-satin number and paired it with my favorite lace-up flatforms to add even more drama to the look.Shop my look:

Collusion Crinkle Satin Tiered Dress

This is summer 2021’s little black dress.

ASOS Design Trent Tie Leg Flatform Sandals

I’ve been wearing these with everything! They are so comfortable and make me look six feet tall. I’m truly obsessed.Shop more flowy dresses:

Who What Wear Sleeveless Multi-Tiered Dress

Don’t know what you’re going to wear to brunch/meet the parents/that birthday picnic? She’s your gal.

Autumn Adeigbo Winnie Dress

Autumn Adeigbo’s African wax-print dresses lept onto my wish list the minute I saw them. The timeless silhouettes and delightful prints represent, to me, the burgeoning creative renaissance within the African diaspora.

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