Wide(r), white pants aren’t black jeans-easy, but you’ve got some time to test-drive stuff around the apartment right now, so if you buy some soon you’ll be able to work out some kinks and expand your sartorial horizons before we’re allowed out again next year. (you can also pretend that watering house plants is a real job that requires workwear) And if you’re going to toe those waters, these Randy’s Garments Carpenter Pants seem like a solid entry point.
Made in the USA with a 100% cotton fabric, these have patch pockets at the back, a tool pocket, a hammer loop, slanted pockets at the front, and flat fell seam construction with contrasting seams throughout. I’m not normally a contrast-seam guy, but I’m not mad at these even a little. The blue pops in a good way, not in an “I Ran Out of Ideas” way, and it’s not like it’s hard to rock with some blue accents.
Available for $195 CAD ($138 USD) at Lost & Found