So last Fall I made some palazzo pants in a tribal print and I received so many compliments on them, so I decided that I was going to carry that trend right into Spring.
The pattern that I used was McCalls 6515. I did have to make some adjustments to get the look that I wanted. If you want to wear them with flats the length of the pattern should be fine, but if you plan on wearing these pants with heels, I suggest that you add about 3 inches to the length of these pants. Now, for the high-waist, I added about 2 inches to the top of the pant. When you add the waistband, the look comes together perfectly. Also, I chose to use an invisible zipper for a cleaner finish. The fabric that I chose was a Twill fabric. Twill is perfect for pants because it has great durability to handle day-to-day activities. As for my top, it was an old, long sleeve turtleneck that I just cut up and altered and within 30 minutes, I came up with the look that you see below. So here is my pulled together look. If you would like to make them yourself, I have a tutorial below.
Here is the tutorial: