Also called "bell bottoms", these pants have a cultural baggage from the beginning of the 70s. The use of this garments by style icons such as Twiggy, Mick Jagger and Jimi Hendrix made this silhouette a synonym of unisex inclusion for the era. Nowadays they belong to the feminine jeanswear universe.
Here are the principal characteristics of this trend:
Medium weights, cotton/Lycra compositions and flat structured fabrics or with smooth slub.
Denim:Top indigo dye + Black/Deep dye (bleach).
Piece-dyed: Dark shades, gray accents and optical whites.
Soft washing + brushing/strong bleach /Frontal line marks (thread line)/soft resins / Reserving in seams and baby blue shades.
The rise of the waistband is usually half and high waist, since hips must be highlighted to generate contrast with the A type silhouette that the garment has in the wide legs.
Side pockets in oblique line accompany thick and anatomical waistbands, classic pockets for the watch and welt pockets in the back.
Zip systems like ties or visible buttons are essential with wide hemlines and color contrasts.
For this trend we recommend the following fabrics:
Suggested fabrics by Coltejer: