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XS/36-38 S/40-42 M/44-46

Product Information

The most frequently used part of the combinations, trouser, is a garment that starts from the waist and goes down to the heels and wraps the legs. Trousers, which were the most important part of men’s clothing in the beginning, gained value and importance in women’s clothing over time. The trousers are manufactured in different lengths and shapes with the desired features. Trousers with various models take different names with their leg lengths, widths or pockets. Trousers can have zippers, buttons, elastics. Although there are many different types, the main parts of a trousers do not always change. These main parts are the front right piece, front left piece, rear right piece, rear left piece, belt, zipper, and trouser placket place where the button needs to be sewn. A trouser must have these five pieces.

Types of Trousers

-Straight Trouser: These are classic trousers with a normal waist, leg length and width.
-Skinny Trouser: It is the model that shows the body lines and takes the body form.
-Boot Cut Trouser: It is the model that wraps the legs up to the kneecap and returns to normal after passing the kneecap.
-Flared Trouser: It is a model with loose legs that wraps around the waist, hips and starts to widen after the hips.
-Wide Leg Trouser: Wide leg trouser, also known as trouser skirt, have wide legs both inside and outside the leg.
-Slim Cuff Trouser: Slim cuff trouser, in which denim fabric is mostly preferred, is a trouser with tight legs that stick to the body.
-Cargo Trouser: It gets this name because of the pockets on the sides of the trouser. The cuffs can be elastic or flat. It is one of the most preferred trouser model recently.
-Shalwar: The shalwar is a wide type of trousers with a very loose crotch and fastened to the waist with a drawstring.
-Gardening Trouser / Carpenter Overall: These trousers, designed for workwear, have become aesthetically pleasing over time and have become a part of combinations.