Flamenco pants: a more comfortable optionDon Flamenco
Although flamenco skirts and dresses are the preferred option for fairs, flamenco pants are becoming more popular all the time for pilgrimages due to their extreme comfort. The garment comes in both classic and modern styles and is highly versatile because you can combine it with flamenco shirts and dance tights.
Flamenco pants: a more comfortable option for your pilgrimages
If you’re going on a pilgrimage or doing the Camino del Rocío, remember that the route is long, so it’s crucial to be comfortable. Straight and slim flamenco pants are an excellent option if you don’t want to wear a flamenco dress. Nowadays, you can find anything from the classic style to high-waist, ankle-cut, and bolder models with lace on the sides and floral or polka dot prints. Many women opt for crisp shirts, either plain white or patterned, often taking advantage of the trendy polka dot look to create a comfortable and stylish flamenco ensemble.
However, although most women adopt this look for their pilgrimages, more and more ladies are starting to don flamenco pants for extra comfort at the fair. And the fact that they’re more comfortable doesn’t mean they’re any less elegant. With wide leg, high waist, or straight cut pants in a plain or printed color and combined with a blouse, you can achieve a super formal and flattering look. High-waist and palazzo pants are incredibly elegant, perfect with a simple shirt, a necklace, and heels.
Either way, don’t forget that the fair is all about having fun, so you’ll need to find the perfect balance between comfort and elegance. And the same thing applies to pilgrimages where comfort comes first. Pleated pants, for example, are a garment that embodies the concept entirely. Furthermore, you can combine them with a light-colored jacket to give the final touch to the simple set.
You could always add a bit of character to your look by going for an ensemble with a masculine touch, combining flamenco pants with suspenders, a white shirt, and a sash around the waist. A feminine touch can be achieved by putting a flower on the side of your head, regardless of whether you’re wearing your hair up or down. It may not be as spectacular as the flamenco dress, but pants are super comfortable and look fantastic when worn well.