Green Wide Leg Trousers For Women
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.
These emerald-green silk-twill trousers are part of Gucci's Resort 2018 collection. They're made in Italy to a flared silhouette that is reminiscent of 1970s styles with a high-rise waist to define the smallest part of your frame and printed with a tonal-blue and cream Wild cat pattern. Temper the dramatic impact with a boldly-printed T-shirt.
Take florals into AW16 with Rochas's black cady trousers. Decorated with seaweed-green tonal-purple and beige blooms they sit high on the waist and have a skinny fit through the thigh that then flares out from the knee. Embrace the 1970s-inspired feel with platform sandals.
Marco de Vincenzo's black red and yellow floral-print trousers showcase his creative flair and precise tailoring. They're immaculately cut with wide legs that hit above the ankles and detailed with hidden buttons along the cuffs - unfasten them for a little extra edge. Use the cropped length to frame a pair of statement sandals.
The geometric print that adorns these La DoubleJ Editions olive-green Palazzo trousers was originally designed in the 1920s. This Italian-made silk pair has a loose-fitting wide leg that falls from a high-rise elasticated waistband. Wear them with a crisp white shirt for a sophisticated off-duty look.
Michael Halpern honed his skills at Versace before founding his eponymous brand - an experience that influenced the bold aesthetic of these lime-green gold black and white trousers. They're crafted in the UK with a swirling striped pattern of monochrome and gold sequins on one leg - a design that has been developed in-house and sewn by hand - and contrasting lime-green sequins across the other. Tuck in a diaphanous black blouse to balance the dramatic silhouette.
Valentino designs these silk-satin trousers in an appealing olive-green hue. Made in Italy they sit high on the waist and flare into wide legs with pintucks for definitio. The self-tie belt draws attention to your waist so complete the look with a tucked-in blouse in a muted print.
Galvan redefines evening dressing with understated pieces like this pistachio-green crepe-back satin jumpsuit. It's crafted to slip smoothly over the body with skinny shoulder straps to frame the décolleté and back and wrapped with a matching press-stud fastening sash that trails freely to the knee. Wear it with statement earrings and tonal stiletto sandals for a look that encapsulates modern sensuality.
There's an off-kilter feel to Golden Goose Deluxe Brand's army-green trousers. They're shaped with a mid-rise waist that is detailed with a single button-fastening flapped pocket across the back then fall to long flared legs that are shaped with a single front stitched seams for a distinguished finish. Style them as an anchor to an easy weekend look with a sleeved T-shirt and the label's coveted trainers.
Ancient Greek mythology influences a number of styles for F.R.S - For Restless Sleepers' SS18 collection including these green cupro Dioscuri trousers named after the twin brothers who assisted Jason in retrieving the Golden Fleece. They're shaped with a high-rise waist and long flared legs printed with a green and white flying swan pattern and trimmed with piping across the back pockets and cuffs. Style them for an intimate dinner party with a silk cami top and the coordinating jacket.
The female silhouette is the consideration at the heart of Roland Mouret's designs including these mint-blue wool-crepe Broadgate trousers. They're tailored to a high-rise shape that accentuates the waist and defined with sharp pressed creases that travel down the front of the cropped wide legs. Pair them with the coordinating blouse as part of a discerning edit.
Miu Miu's signature charm is showcased in these black and green strawberry-print trousers. They're cut in Italy to a mid-rise shape with slanted side pockets and pressed creases through the relaxed wide legs. Complement the playful pattern by pairing them with a vibrant green knit.
Emilia Wickstead's affinity for bold hues and clean-cut tailoring comes together in these seaweed-green Hullinie wide-leg trousers. They're crafted from cloqué stretch-crepe and cut to a high rise with pintucks down the front and back of each leg for a knife-sharp finish. Team them with a silk blouse and slingback pumps for weekend brunch.
Languid silhouettes are a key trend for the season ahead and these green Attico trousers are a particularly elegant interpretation. They're Italian-made from lightweight satin to fall loosely over the legs from the high-rise waistband with sharp pleats adding a touch of extra volume. Complement the exaggerated length with matching pumps for added impact.
1970s-inspired silhouettes ruled the runway at Acne Studios' SS18 presentation and these bottle-green Tiffan Chinz cotton-blend satin trousers are a succinct take on the trend. The high-rise silhouette is accented with burgundy-red topstitching and defined with sharply pressed creases through the wide legs. Wear yours with the matching shirt and western-influenced mules for a cool minimalist look.
Golden Goose Deluxe Brand explores the pyjama-style trend with these tonal-blue green and red jacquard trousers. The languid silhouette falls loosely over the body from a high-rise elasticated waist and is detailed with a contrasting white piped trim down the side seams. Note the splits up the hem as a subtle finishing touch. Try yours with a casual T-shirt and low-top trainers.
Trust Oscar de la Renta to deliver an ultra-feminine way to work the new season's utilitarian hues. These deep bottle-green cotton-blend trousers are cut to sit high on the waist before falling in a wide straight silhouette ensuring the illusion of endless legs. Tuck in a statement shirt and elevate on towering heels for the full effect.
Issey Miyake's pine-green and black Woody Ripple trousers are contemporary yet elegant. They're crafted from technical jersey to a wide-leg shape that's anchored by an elasticated waistband then smoothly finished with side-seam slip pockets. Wear yours with a black ruffled top and chunky footwear for a gothic event look.
Ease is integral to Masscob's aesthetic and these jade-green linen-blend trousers offer a particularly chic interpretation. They're crafted with an elasticated waistband topped with a gentle ruffle then fall into wide fluid legs. Pair them with a diaphanous white shirt and simple leather slides to heighten the relaxed feel.
These emerald-green kick-flare trousers will ground smart-casual looks with Marni's signature eclectic style. They're crafted from a stretchy wool-twill that sleekly sculpts the figure and cut to a flattering high-rise waist that's perfect for tucking a printed shirt into. Highlight the fluted hems with directional block-heel pumps.
Nili Lotan's sweeping khaki-green Seville trousers will bring effortless confidence to your new-season edit. Crafted in the USA from lightweight stretch-cotton they're shaped with a slim high-rise waistband soft pleats at the front and subtle back-yoke darts. Complement the exaggerated proportions with a languid loose-fitting shirt.
Sara Battaglia's emerald-green trousers are defined by the wide turn-up cuffs that lend them a vintage-inflected feel. Seen as part of the label's SS18 presentation they're crafted from mid-weight crepe to a high-rise silhouette with loose wide legs that are further enhanced with pressed creases. Opt for the coordinating pussy-bow shirt to emulate the designer's styling.
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.
The tactile fabrics and voluminous cuts in Natasha Zinko's Pre-AW17 collection are inspired by her rural Ukrainian upbringing. These light-green wool-blend trousers are shaped to sit high at the smallest part of the waist and flare into ultra-wide pleated legs with contrasting black and white hound's-tooth patterned cuffs. Team them with the coordinating jacket contrasting the laid-back vibe with shining satin pumps.
Wide-leg cotton trousers in khaki green. High-rise. Dropped inseam. Four-pocket styling. Pleats at front. Cropped leg. Zip-fly. Tonal stitching.
We love the dramatic silhouette of the TOPSHOP Print Jacquard Palazzo Pants, which works well with high heels or this season's mules and slingbacks. The floral print lends the pair a soft femininity, making them a favourite for cocktail parties and al fresco dining. Our model is wearing size UK 8 pants. - Wide-leg design - Soft woven fabric - Mint green shade; romantic floral print - Cropped hems
High Street icon TOPSHOP is a leader in delivering international trends with a design-led, accessible focus. Launched in 1964 as a purveyor of young British designers, the brand has evolved into a global fashion force and a champion of emerging talent. Today, TOPSHOP designs and creates extensive womenswear collections that cover everything from well-made wardrobe basics to covetable denim, trend-focused dresses and statement separates that are perfect for styling up and down all year round.- Relaxed wide leg fit- Pure cotton twill construction; durable; non-stretch- Khaki green shade- Tonal stitching- Belt-looped waistband with tonal button fastening- Hip pockets- Cropped hems- Twin back pockets with buttoned flaps
Cut in Italy from hammered silk-satin, Etro's pants are printed with tropical flowers that beautifully pop against the bright-green base. They sit high on the waist and fall in a wide, slightly cropped leg that works particularly well with flats. Wear yours to dinner with a glossy blouse and swipe of peach or berry lipstick.
Gucci's pants were first seen on the runway and later spotted on model Hana Jirickova in The EDIT highlighting key pieces from the Fall '17 collections. Cut in a wide-leg silhouette, this wool and mohair-blend pair has exaggerated rolled cuffs and is patterned with Impressionist-inspired painterly flowers. Keep them in focus with a sweater or create a suit with coordinating jacket, as per the show.
Valentino's Resort '18 collection is inspired by the '70s streetwear vibe of Baz Luhrmann's hip-hop series The Get Down . An elevated take on casual track styles, these wide-leg pants are made from emerald hammered satin-jersey and detailed with bottle-green side stripes. They have sharply pressed creases and an attached belt that sits slightly above the high-rise waistband, creating a cool cutout effect. Wear yours for evening with point-toe pumps.
Summer dressing has never been so easy thanks to Fendi and this pair of striped pants from its Spring '18 collection. Inspired by Italian Futurism, they're printed with white, navy and jade stripes that run horizontally at the hem to highlight the wide-leg shape. They're cut from crisp cotton-poplin and have an elasticated drawstring waist.
Elie Saab's Resort '18 collection is inspired by seaside scenes and this vibrant green foliage print conjures images of palm trees that line exotic beaches. Made in Italy from silk-georgette, this pair has a flattering high-rise waist and fluid wide-leg silhouette. Pick out one of the blue, black or mustard hues and match it to your top.
Valentino's Pierpaolo Piccioli is inspired by Baz Luhrmann's hip hop-driven Netflix show The Get Down for Resort '18 – so many tracksuits feature in the lineup, including these wide-leg pants. They're beautifully cut from fluid silk in emerald and ivory hues and have a partially elasticated waistband for a flexible fit. Balance the bold print with a neutral top and slides.
By Malene Birger's 'Kalanna' pants are designed in a rich army-green hue that's inspired by Brazil's lush rainforest. Made from cotton-blend canvas, this pair has sharp pressed creases that accentuate its billowy wide-leg silhouette. Emulate the Resort '18 runway and style yours with a neatly tucked-in blouse, or wear it with a loose sweater and slippers.
Sonia Rykiel's Spring '18 collection is inspired by oysters - these pants have the same lustrous texture and finish as the shell and iridescent pearl. They're cut from duchesse-satin in a wide-leg silhouette and patterned with stripes. Show off the flattering high-rise waist with a tucked-in top.
Isabel Marant's 'Trevi' pants are cut in a flattering wide-leg silhouette. This heritage tweed pair has a green, red and navy check, and is pressed sharply through the front. Wear yours with a slouchy sweater or make more of a statement with the matching blazer.
Yet to find the perfect pastel suit? Acne Studios has it covered. Model-of-the-moment Hiandra Martinez opened the Spring '18 show wearing these lustrous light-green 'Tohny' pants with the matching 'Jaria' blazer. Cut from smooth satin-twill, this high-rise pair has sharply pressed pleats through the front to enhance the flared shape.
At Stella McCartney's Resort '18 presentation, guests danced to the sound of reggae and posed for selfies with parrots, but nothing could eclipse the clothes on display. Demonstrating that sense of ease the designer does so well, these pants are cut from emerald silk-crepe in a fluid wide-leg shape and a have a ruffled waist – tuck your shirt in to showcase it.
Channeling a serious '50s vibe, Sara Battaglia's Spring '18 collection is filled with polished and tailored coordinates in bold colors. Cut from fluid green crepe, these high-rise pants have a flattering wide-leg silhouette with soft pleats at the waist and turned-up cuffs. Wear yours with the matching blazer.
Joseph's Resort '18 collection is inspired by the '70s outfits and color palette in David Hockney's paintings. Cut from glossy silk-satin, these 'Ferdy' pants sit high on the waist and fall to a wide-leg silhouette that gently pools at the cuffs. Pick neutral separates to complement the leaf-green hue.