Plaid flared trousers
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Description & details
These flared plaid trousers for Evelin Brandt will give your fall outfits a sense of sophistication and drama. The wide leg creates an air of classic elegance that is sure to flatter your bottom half. Team them with brogues for a more casual look or heels for a more formal take.
- Plaid wool fabric
- Long line cut with regular rise
- Zip closure and two buttons
- Two front pockets
- Wide leg
- Fits true to size
- For pear, rectangle and hourglass shapes
- Do not bleach
- Do not use hot iron
- Dry clean
- The total length for a US size is
68% polyester , 28% viscose, 4% elastane
Did you know?
Elastane: a synthetic, elastane is added in small quantities to fabrics to provide stretch and shape retention. It allows freedom of movement and delivers long lasting fit. Lycra is a premium branded version of elastane.
Viscose: used to be known as 'artificial silk' because like silk it has superb drape, is soft to the skin and can be dyed in rich colours. A man-made fabric, it's made from wood pulp and blends easily. You will often find it blended with other fabrics to add softness, lustre or absorbency (it's highly absorbent and so cool to wear in the summer).
Polyester: is something of a miracle fabric. A synthetic, it can be worn over and over without fading or losing its shape and is crease resistant. It works well in blends with natural fabrics such as cotton where it extends their life.
Size & Fit
In this chart, you will find the exact measurements of the selected item. In addition to the US size, the manufacturer sizes are also included in case you have already had experience with a particular designer.
The model is 5′9″ tall and wears a US size 12 according to our body measurement chart.
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Inside leg length
Clean, crisp lines and contrast print and colours, Brandt cuts her cloth with real women in mind Evelin Brandt started out studying medicine, but ended up designing clothes for women like herself – demanding, stylish and stand-out-from-the-crowd. Medicine’s loss is fashion’s gain…