Women’s 60s style pants, crop pants, capri pants, cigarette pants, denim jeans, and pedal pushers were all common in the Swinging Sixties. High waists, full hips, and a tapered leg was the fashion of the early to mid 1960s. They came in every pastel, neutral or bright color imaginable. Pants featured big prints such as plaid, checkerboard, vertical stripes, and tribal prints — and a sprinkling of solid colors as well. The late 1960s hippie look introduced the bell bottom pant in a host of denims, boho and flower prints, and patterns. The ’70s turned the bell bottom back into flares, a popular retro pant style today. They also saw a revival of the high waisted, wide leg palazzo pants for everyday ’70s fashion.