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Wide Leg Trousers For Women
The House's distinctive codes are reworked throughout the Spring Summer 2018 collection, with fresh interpretations of the GG logo and the historical Web. Developed in a new, delicate variation, the emblematic GG motif from the 1970s is cut-out in macramé, a centuries old craft where artisans tie knots in a cord to form a patterned piece of fabric. The subtle design defines a wide-leg pant in blue and red, a chromatic combination that recalls the colors of the equestrian inspired stripe. ; Blue and hibiscus red GG macramé ; Half-lined; Elastic waistband; Cropped, wide-leg shape; 77% cotton and 23% polyester; Made in Italy; The model is 179cm and is wearing size 40;
Add a bohemian touch to your wardrobe with Zimmermann's black Helm jumpsuit from its Resort 2018 collection. It's crafted from mid-weight broderie-anglaise linen and the slim-fitting bodice accentuates the female silhouette flaring from the waistband with wide legs cropped at the calves. A cut-out panel embellishes the front while the edges are scalloped. Style it with statement earrings and wedge sandals for a glamorous finish.
Gucci's ivory wool and silk-blend trousers are a sophisticated style with an idiosyncratic twist. They have a menswear-inspired cut with a high rise and wide legs and are offset with red 'Loved' embroidery on the turn-up hem - this contrast of two parallels is a key theme throughout the SS17 collection. Consider them an ideal match to one of the label's heritage-laden blouses.
Pre-AW17's 1970s styling takes a sophisticated turn at Chloé. These terracotta-red trousers are cut form virgin-wool crepe to sit on the natural waist before falling slim through the thighs and flaring into wide hems - perfect for hiding a leg-lengthening heel beneath. Team them with a flowing white shirt for a polished take on retro nostalgia.
Bogner brings a vintage-tinged stylistic edge to ski trousers with this navy-blue Luna pair. They're crafted from a waterproof 4-way stretch technical fabric that utilises temperature managing technology and shaped to a mid-rise with a buckle-fastening waist belt that's punctuated with gold-tone metal hardware. The kick-flare legs are gathered at the sides for flattering effect and end in expandable zip-fastening cuffs to make light work of slipping ski boots on and off. Tuck in a creamy sweater
Aptly named Jacquemus's black wool Le Grand Pantalon trousers are a timeless style that will effortlessly slide into your mid-week roster. They're tailored in France with gentle pleats across the front and an asymmetric back waistband strap then fall into sharply creased wide legs. Emulate the designer's casual-luxe aesthetic with a polka-dot blouse.
The camel-brown hue and wide-leg silhouette of these Chloé trousers are an overt nod to the 1970s. Crafted from lightweight twill they're cut to sit high on the waist and fall loosely to the ankles and are patterned with a tonal-brown and red check design. Style them with a languid blouse and same-tone heels for a particularly sleek look at the office.
Balmain's Olivier Rousteing forgoes glitzy embellishments this season instead informing the SS17 collection with a rich colour palette and strategic cuts. These billowing knitted trousers arrive in a deep shade of copper and feature high slits that only enhance the volume of the wide legs. Wear them high on the waist with a silk top tucked in for the most sophisticated take.
The romantic ice-blue hue showcased on Temperley London's velvet Breeze jumpsuit was a welcomed pop of colour among the monochrome palette of the AW17 runway. It's shaped with a V-neckline and defined waist and then falls into wide cropped legs that are detailed with pleated side panels for an enhance sense of swing. An artisanal clutch will make the perfect evening pairing.
In the hands of Isabel Marant suiting separates come with a cool nonchalant edge. These nude-pink linen-blend Nyoka trousers are cut to a wide-leg silhouette that pools around the feet and will look especially on point with an equally voluminous counterpart - think the label's Silvia top. Finish with slip-on flats for a nonchalant result.
Joseph's Pre-AW17 collection is brimming with fresh tailoring that showcases Louise Trotter's precise eye. These cornflower-blue twill Ferrandi trousers have a wide-leg silhouette with cropped ankle-baring hems and feature contrasting stitching along the edges for subtle definition. Honour the label's retro vision this season by wearing them with the matching blazer and a floral-print blouse.
There's a sophisticated sense of ease to Attico's graphite-grey cotton Caterina trousers enhanced by the relaxed nature of the wide-leg silhouette. They're supremely tailored in Italy to a high-rise to balance the dramatic proportions and finished with a subtle light-blue check pattern. Complete a power pairing with the coordinating jacket.
A part of the sleek Pre-AW17 collection The Row's black Dariah trousers redefine discreet luxury. The soft silhouette is given a tailored effect with barely noticeable jour-échelle inserts where one would expect to find front and back creases. For understated aplomb style them simply with a fresh white shirt and the label's signature slipper shoes.
Luxurious fabrics and minimalist silhouettes are Raey calling cards and these black and white wool-tweed wide-leg trousers tick both boxes. They're shaped with a flattering high rise and feature pleating at the front and darts at the back yoke to aid the loose silhouette of the floor-pooling legs. The concealed top hook and zip fastening ensures a seamless finish. Tuck in one of the label's simple silk cami tops and add a blazer for the office.
Zimmermann's charcoal-grey Painted trousers are defined by a corset-style high-rise waist with lace-up sides. They're made from linen to fall to fluid wide legs with subtle pleating and accented with gold-tone metal eyelets. Wear them with a ruffled blouse and satin slides for an insouciant event look.
These navy Tessel trousers show Acne Studios's 1970s-inflected mood for Pre-AW17. They're crafted from velvet corduroy to a high-rise shape with loose legs then finished with a concealed hook and zip fastening. Take them from the office to events with a high-neck jacquard sweater and block-heeled ankle boots.
Altuzarra's black polka-dot Ross trousers are a playful style from the label's Pre-AW16 presentation. They're tailored from stretch-crepe to fit slim over the thigh and flare out from the knee. Tuck in a sleeveless top completing a daytime event look with architectural heels.
A core part of Galvan's elegant occasionwear offering is made up of jumpsuits - now considered a modern alternative to the classic gown. Take this ruby-red satin Cuzco style which is tailored in the UK with a V-neckline and a press stud-fastening waist sash that's finished with a tassel trim. Amplify the feminine feel with towering stiletto heels.
The exaggerated silhouette of Joseph's black Howard-Technical Drape trousers promises graceful movement with every step. They're tailored to a high waist that is shaped with flattering darts across the front and back panels and fall into wide pleated legs finished with front creases. Let them anchor an array of daytime looks - think a modern blouse and sturdy ankle boots.
The high-rise waist of Sara Battaglia's blue and white-striped cotton trousers nods to the retro influences of the SS18 collection particularly that of the 1950s. They're tailored with wide pleats at the top of the breezy legs that expand outwards toward the hem then finished with contrasting white buttons across the body. Tuck in an equally striking shirt and add white leather accessories to tease out the graphic appeal.
Innovative tailored silhouettes are at the heart of Palmer//Harding and these indigo-blue stretch cotton-twill trousers are a chic example. They're crafted to sit high on the waist and fall in wide legs to the floor with sharp slits for added volume. Style them with contemporary separates as part of a dramatic day look.
In conversation with MATCHESFASHION.COM London-based designer Racil Chalhoub disclosed 'There are a few staple pieces that I will always go back to' and these ivory wool-twill Mizuki trousers are sure to become one. They're tailored with a high-rise waist and detailed with pressed creases that travel through the front of the wide leg alongside coordinating satin hems. Wear them with a silk cami and stiletto heels for an alternative evening look.
The Row's knack for delivering understated luxury is conspicuous in these ivory Paco trousers. This lightweight pair are cut to a straight wide leg with a high-rise drawstring waist. Partner with the coordinating top for an ultra-cool one-colour look.
Adam Lippes's richly hued floral-jacquard trousers make for an eye-catching evening look. They're shaped with wide legs that are softly pleated for added volume and feature slanted front pockets to keep essentials close at bay during events. Wear yours with a black shoulder-baring top and barely there heels.
Alexachung's debut Pre-AW17 collection is perfect for tapping the designer's famously cool aesthetic. These coral-red corduroy trousers have a flared silhouette that sings of the 1970s and are styled with little more than a neatly concealed fastening. Wear them to imbue a sleek navy blazer with a retro air.
Vanessa Bruno demonstrates the wintry appeal of AW17's most essential fabric with these dark forest-green stretch cotton-corduroy Hadrian trousers. They're cut to sit high on the waist for flattering appeal and fall in wide legs with sailor-style gold-tone metal studs to strategically whittle the hips. Tuck in a floral-print blouse and finish with touchable suede accessories.
Despite the classic hound's-tooth pattern Racil's black red and beige wool Cumberland trousers - part of AW17's Tux Decadence collection - feel inherently modern. The wide silhouette sits high on the waist while the legs are spliced with contrasting black satin side panels for a strong graphic kick. Let them be the leading piece in an evening ensemble styled with a black blouse and stiletto heels.
DVF's navy-blue stretch-fabric culottes are a fine foundation for the label's vivid tops and blouses. They're shaped to a flattering high-rise with a slim waistband and belt loops and fall into wide pintucked legs that finish on the ankle. End on directional white heels for a contemporary feel.
Emilia Wickstead's Ethel jumpsuit comes in an alluring rose-red hue. It's crafted from wool-crepe and shaped with a round neck contouring ruched bust and the open back is fastened with wide draped ties above the fluid legs that are tailored with inverted box pleats. Complete the look with pin-thin stilettos and keep accessories simple for modern evening glamour.
These black red blue and green floral-print corduroy trousers by Sonia Rykiel are a firm nod to the label's 1970s-inflected aesthetic. Made from a stretch cotton-blend they feature a high rise and universally flattering cut which skims the upper leg before flaring out over the foot. Inject elegance into this retro-inspired look by pairing them with a silk blouse and black heels.
Refresh your tailoring edit with MSGM's cornflower-blue crepe trousers. The loose-fit style falls from the mid-rise waist into creased straight legs that are spliced to flare at the ankle; they're fastened with a concealed hook and zip. Style them with a ruffled shirt and block-heel ankle boots for a modern mood.
The Row continues to put emphasis on versatile wearable styles as shown with these black jersey Lala trousers. They're made in the USA with straight loose-fitting legs that suspend from an elasticated waistband. A leather jacket knitted top and box-fresh trainers will complete an unstudied urban look.
Vetements takes classic tailoring and exaggerates the proportions for AW16. Worn on the runway these tonal-grey and blue Prince of Wales-checked twill trousers sit high on the waist and fall in slouchy wide legs. Maximise the volume with the label's oversized striped shirt finishing with point-toe ankle boots.
The black and white images from legendary Malian photographer Malick Sidibé inspires Marques'Almeida's latest collection. These trousers - part of the opening look on the AW17 runway - are designed from off-white and black striped duchess-satin to a cropped kick-flare shape with a high-rise waist. Add avant-garde accessories for a commanding rock 'n' roll feel.
The rich velvet pieces in Rebecca Taylor's AW17 collection are particularly special - nodding to the suits her mother made her as a child. This lightweight jumpsuit is decorated with green purple pink and white florals that add to the retro feel and it's framed with ruffled capped sleeves and a deep V-neck above wide-cut legs. Finish it with strappy high sandals.
Gucci's pants are made from cotton-blend corduroy that's faded for a cool marbled effect. Inspired by '70s styles, this high-rise pair has a flattering slim-leg silhouette that flares at the hem and sweeps the floor. Complement the vibrant pink hue with tonal separates.
Bassike's pants are cut from cotton-blend crepe for a slouchy, relaxed fit that looks boy-borrowed. Designed to sit on the waist, they're finished with the label's signature topstitching and detailed with smart pressed creases to subtly define the wide legs. Try it with a tucked-in blouse or a slightly oversized sweater.
Alice + Olivia's 'Ferris' pants are modeled after retro sailor uniforms. Made from soft jersey, this pair has two rows of gleaming gold buttons along the high-rise waist and a wide-leg silhouette that's cuffed at the hem. Wear yours with a half-tucked sweater and pumps.
Mafalda von Hessen's SS16 collection is an elegant and modern rework of traditional military tailoring. These camel-brown trousers are cut to a loose oversized shape with turn-up cuffs at the wide-leg hems and feature slanted-side and back-jet pockets. Wear them with a slim-fit sweater and suede sandals for a contemporary day look.
A luxe utilitarian vibe underpins Mafalda von Hessen's SS16 collection. These khaki-green cotton-blend twill trousers are a relaxed depiction of the theme. They're cut to an oversized wide-leg shape with turn-up cuffs and feature slanted-side and back-jet pockets. Retain the military feel by wearing them with the label's coordinating jacket.