March 08, 2016

Paper to Product: Edition 252

While skinny jeans have dominated the fashion market for decades, the wide-leg pant continues to make it’s come-back. It’s swingy shape brings a feminine flourish to this menswear inspired piece. Added bonus: a high waistline creates the illusion of endless legs.

In our Women’s Workshop, we offer two new versions of this bourgeoning trouser trend in natural denim and washed chambray.

The former, a polished, dressed-up denim, is cut from Cone Mill’s 10.5-oz. stretch slub denim. Washed for a broken in feel. The slightly structured shape makes them a great option for the office; or dress them up with heels and a fancy top for a night out. Shown here with our Sonoma top (more on her later this month).

The washed chambray in the second offering gives it the relaxed ease of a pajama pant. Slightly slouchy, but never sloppy, this lightweight fabric and stonewash color give off a romantic 70s-spirit. It goes well with everything from an easy tee to a flowy blouse. Cue warm summer nights and a glass of rosé.

Both versions are exceedingly accommodating, pairing well with heels, flats and sneakers alike. Channel your inner Hepburn (Katherine that is) and scoop up both options, while the price is right.

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