Sassafras‘ Corduroy Fall Leaf Pants in Black and Navy are single-handedly destroying the tote bag industry while also raising the cargo pants bar. These Japan-made 100% cotton corduroy pants successfully match a classic silhouette with a refreshing take on workwear functionality, and the result is an approachable pair of pants you can wear with anything from a casual weekend fit to an avant garde formal look.
Of course, the key characteristics of these pants in question are the pockets, which compose like 90% of the top block. My first impression was a mixture between P44 Monkey Pants and Levi’s Bush Jeans — so, like if the military was created to study the arts and not to do war stuff.
The spacious but cleverly compact design will empower you to carry around just about anything you could possibly need throughout the day in a way that won’t restrict your arms. Garden-inspired Sassafras will be disappointed if you don’t have a pair of secateurs or a trowel in their somewhere, but when you’re paying over $300 for pants, you’re your own boss.
Available for $315 at Blue in Green