Why does unisex so often mean shapeless? These wide-leg trousers are cut in a relaxed fit with a tapered shape. Crafted from Japanese lightweight cupro with a slight stretch, this drapes amazingly with a perfect classic fit. These are perfect for work, with sneakers or dressed up. Designed to sit on the hips or waist, they have pleats at the front, detailed tortoiseshell waistband buttons, contrast denim fabric hidden at the cuff only see when you turn them up and big comfy side seam pockets with an extra nifty back pocket positioning so you don’t sit on your wallet or phone when you sit down.
The fabric used for this garment is deadstock and was saved from going to landfills. “Deadstock” is old season, leftover, and over-ordered fabric from other designers. This allows us to reuse perfectly good materials and give it a new lease on life – instead of just milling & dyeing new fabric. What does this mean? It basically means this piece is much less polluting and requires only half the energy needed to produce that of an equivalent.