Fall 2014 Waistlines Go Lower, Slouchier, and More Tomboyish than Ever

Forget about emphasizing your figure for a season or two. Fall's new waistline is a lot less body-defining than our skinny jeggings and a lot moodier than our pin-up girl high-waisted trousers. These pants fall low on the hips and remain baggy the rest of the way down. They give the illusion of hanging off sharp hipbones, but don't emphasize much else about the body. And it's definitely a Look. Would you wear it?

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Band of Outsiders RTW Fall 2014

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The idea isn’t so much to emphasize the leg as to cocoon it.

Band of Outsiders RTW Fall 2014

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Which is why you’ll need sunglasses to show just how much you don’t care that you’re not showing leg. Not showing any leg at all.

Creatures of the Wind RTW Fall 2014

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When sporting extra-voluminous trousers, a quick exit may create a strong breeze.

Nicholas K RTW Fall 2014

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No more searching for the perfect skintight jean to tuck into the perfect skintight boot— tuck your pants in, sloppily, and forget about them.

Nicholas K RTW Fall 2014

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Not a terribly androgynous dresser? There’s a feminine elegance to the movement of these full cuts.

Rag & Bone RTW Fall 2014

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The super body-unconscious silhouette can’t help seeming cooler than the alternative (read: a Bebe dress).

Theory RTW Fall 2014

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By all means, go with an all-black getup (but maybe skip the greasy hair).

Public School RTW Fall 2014

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And remember, nothing says, “I stole this from the boys, whatchu gonna do about it?” like a utilitarian belt and a beanie.