This spring it’s time to wear the trousers! Social awareness groups like Pantsuit Nation have made menswear a style of resistance so put on your favorite pleated trouser. Taking a stand in slouchy slacks is much more comfortable than marching in mini-skirts.
Baja East gives fringe some much-needed fierceness on these luxe slacks. Hood by Air gives you or someone else the power to unzip all the way (but only with consent). Off White gives us a new hybrid of the wrap skirt and cargo pants, topped off with the perfect protest accessory – a peace sign baseball hat. With their patent croc pant, Ellery is taking no prisoners.
Hermes channels 1950’s feminists with this dapper look. Alexander Wang proves that you don’t have to sacrifice sexiness for masculinity – a mix of both is a winning combo. Kenzo will help you stand out in a crowd and Stella McCartney provides the perfect work ensemble for badass girl bosses
Nina Ricci shows us that ladies in lavender know where’s it’s at. Hermes gives a new spin on the khaki. Joy can be an act of resistance so make sure you leave some time for fun – Preen has the perfect party get-up and Dsquared2 has the perfect bleached jeans for an artsy night on the town.
Off White makes sure you can be spotted in a crowd. Celine balances starkness with an earthy print. Chanel isn’t afraid to push the limit with all types of stripes and Valentino’s velvet burn-out pants provide comfort and style.