12 Jan

5 London designers embracing wide-leg pants

Call it a bootcut or wide-leg pants, the trend is getting real. In 2017 we’ll need to think bigger and wider down there. London gave it a shot and we loved it. Furthermore, London fashion week shows taught us several tricks in order to accessorize well when the time is ripe to take the wide-leg pants for a spin.

So here you have it already, a list of our 5 London favorites who are setting the tone and taking the trend to higher heights.

Lou Dalton

Always striving to offer men a sophisticated city look. Lou Dalton really succeeded in translating baggy into their Fall ’17 menswear collection. All while keeping their overall look and feel. Besides, those denim trousers are the driving force behind our future visit to the nearest Lou Dalton store.

Lou Dalton Fall 2017 Menswear

J.W. Anderson

The first London fashion house went all wide without hurting their upscale aesthetic. And so what if it’s styled with oversized cable knit sweaters or layered with a bomber jacket and a shirt. We assure you that the numerous possibilities to wear it wide and still slay are legit. Also, J.W. Anderson confirms the trend by proposing a far-reaching selection.

John Lawrence Sullivan

Bringing plaid back was a smart move for this outspoken London brand. As seen on other runways plaid had a front row seat reserved too. Ex-professional boxer and creative director of the fashion house, Arashi Yanagawa, wasn’t afraid leading a shoulder to the effort. Nor was he anxious to transform the classic sartorial style into a refined avant-garde look.

Maison Mihara Yasuhiro

Nagasaki-born and bred designer must feel some type a way about the wide-leg pants too. Plus he had a few baggy moments himself and they were priceless. Have a look!

Astrid Andersen

Astrid and her boy gang consisted of 2 members-only who wore the wide-leg pants. However, the avant-garde designer made a strong impression incorporating velvet into the baggy party. We assume that was an ode to the late 90’s hip-hop era?


Photo credits: Vogue Runway


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