Taylor Stitch’s new Cavallo pant straddles many lines and finds a happy medium in the in-between. Denim? Check. Trousers? Check. Wabash stripe? Kinda. Corduroy? Ish. Relaxed fit? Yeah, but still tailored.
The Cavallo is made with an archival corded denim from Cone Mills’ White Oak archive, which alternates between twill and plain weave and results in a visual effect somewhere between wabash and corduroy. Clocking in at a lightweight 6.25oz., this one’s also been garment washed, allowing for the pant to be comfortable and functional while maintaining a flattering silhouette.
So often, the options for women’s pants are wiggle-in skin tight, boyfriend jeans that might more appropriately be called sack o’ potato jeans, or intentionally ugly mom jeans that require Malia Obama levels of cool to pull off. With the Cavallo you’ll also find — the unicorn of women’s pants — deep front pockets and back pockets, along with a YKK shank and zipper. Each pair is made in the US of A.
Available from Taylor Stitch for $108 (in a few other herringbone colors as well, but we like blues best).