How to wear: style tips

Statement trousers are in, and they make every outfit look expensive

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Grece Ghanem and the Adidas Firebird Loose track pants in purple.
(Photo via @greceghanem)

Super Flared, Ultra cargo, printed


Estelle Pigault in the LaDoubleJ Superflare jeans in Eve Ecru.
(Photo via @estellepigault)


Estelle Chemouny Pigault in the LaDoubleJ Superflare jeans in Eve Black.
(Photo via @estellepigault)


Estelle Pigault in the GCDS Ultracargo trousers.
(Photo via @estellepigault)


Sofia Coelho in the GRLFRND Lara pant. The Lara pant will give you the look and feel of being in the know. For those days where you want to throw on a pair of sneakers or heels and leave your purse behind, the Lara offers a relaxed silhouette without compromising functionality. No shortage of space here. Each GRLFRND style is unique. Due to the use of reclaimed vintage fabrics, details and colors vary throughout to ensure that each piece is uniquely its own.
(Photo via @sofiamcoelho)


This season, the COS womenswear team reimagine our classic wide-leg trousers in lightweight cotton for the warmer months ahead. The front pleats, pressed creases and back darts create a defined silhouette, while the concealed adjustable tab allows them to be worn low-slung or higher on the waist. The off-white hue is second nature to a neutral wardrobe.
(Photo via @le.petit.colette)


This season, the COS womenswear team looked at creating fresh takes on wardrobe classics. Case in point, these trousers are shaped with exaggerated wide legs and have drawstrings at the waist, so you can adjust the silhouette. They’re crafted from soft cotton blended with linen for fluidity and come in a cream shade that will go with everything.

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