17 Crochet Flare Pants You Have To See, From Retro to Boho

Crochet pants are a win-win: they are comfortable and breathable, but they also look stylish!

Whether your look is neutral and beachy or retro and funky, the right pair of crochet pants can fit perfectly into your wardrobe. 

We’ve rounded up some of our favorite pairs of crochet flare pants, and no matter what your personal style is, there is something to love. 

17 Crochet Flare Pants You Have To See

Whether your style is more retro or boho, crochet pants can be a stunning statement piece in your wardrobe.

Check out some of our favorite crochet flare pants, perfect for everything from strolling the beach to hitting a music festival.

11 thoughts on “17 Crochet Flare Pants You Have To See, From Retro to Boho”

  1. I do not have crochet pants! I saw a pattern for baby KNIT pants and thought they were really cool! when I found a pattern for crochet pants for kids…I didn’ t like them! I would not believe that crochet pants would look good but these do!

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    •  @danidoesdoilies There are a lot of crochet pants out there that don’t look great. I think it’s just because it’s really tough to get the right fit and draping if you don’t know what you’re doing. I don’t sew but I’m pretty sure it’s the same way with sewing pants as well (which I’m basing entirely on what I’ve seen on Project Runway). I would love to see more great pants patterns out there, though, to see what crocheters could do with them!
       
      Missoni does a great job with their knit pants. Not that I buy designer pants but they’re great eye candy.

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  2. @vocantos @CrochetLibFront @ProverbCreation @Vogueified @Hexagonbot @yayayarndiva Thanks for the recent RTs of my crochet Tweets!

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  3. I made my grndgtr. crochet pants last winter.  They were ok, but the diaper kinda spoiled the look.  I’m hoping now that she’s not wearing diapers, that they might still fit and look better now.  I’ll let u know. 
     

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