Pretty as a picture and absolutely stylish, palazzo trousers are a must-have in every modest fashionista's wardrobe. Part exotic, part chic, and wholly comfy, palazzos are easy to style and pair with a multitude of blouse options. Evolving from its frilly, flouncy precursors, the new palazzo is every bit relevant and contemporary as its other trouser counterparts. Minimalism is key here, as the style editors at INAYAH inundate these with a refined aesthetic and purveyor-ed cool.

Hunter Pleat Front Georgette Palazzo Trousers - £39.99

Hunter Pleat Front Georgette Palazzo Trousers


In a vivid, forest-inspired shade, the Hunter Pleat Front Palazzo Trousers is a high-waist star that you will love. Crafted in sashaying georgette that gracefully accentuates the front pleating, it makes for a complete occasion dressing expression. Also, the floaty flattering pleats move elegantly with you, almost reminiscent of perfectly cut dress. A banded waist, concealed centre-back zip, and a jersey lining complete it. And of course, useful front pockets to easily carry your phone!

Pair these trousers with a classic tailored white shirt, or a contrasting shade of darker green within a silk blouse. If you are feeling a tad experimental, try it with a floral print of a similar hue. An open-front kimono or a duster jacket would amplify its silhouette too. Clasp on a string of pearls, and a metallic belt. Finally, finish your look with a pair of high heels and one of our luxe hijabs.

Iron Pleat Front Georgette Palazzo Trousers - £39.99

Iron Pleat Front Georgette Palazzo Trousers


Similar to its predecessor, the Iron Pleat Front Georgette Palazzo Trousers are an effortless marvel with endless styling versatility. The pleats have been constructed ingeniously to lend it its signature look. The tucked in construction consequently lead to gentle flare and volume below the knee, that creates the very chic wide-legged 'palazzo' look. The beautiful drapery of georgette highlights this cut, creating swaying movements not unlike a skirt.

This version of the palazzo trousers is replete in classical elements. The almost lilac-grey hue will complement darks and brights equally well, and will work extra nicely with blushing pastels of coral, pink, peach, and of course, ivory. You can dress it up or down; throw on a blazer on top for work. Swap for a statement silver necklace and earrings for the evening.

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