These lightweight, unisex trousers were adapted from sarongs and were worn by Thai fishermen and farmers who wanted ease and wearability for work and weather. Made with a wide waist for versatility in size, the Fisherman Pant is wrapped around and tied with self fabric to form a belt.
Billowing on top and gradually getting slimmer at the ankles, tulip pants are basically the opposite of a flared pant. With a high waist and a cropped ankle, these pants are a statement wear, and have been particularly popular in Pakistan during the last few years.
First adorned by Persian communities around 2000 years ago, particularly amongst men, and later by Northern African women in the 19th century, Harem pants are oversized balloon-like pants. You probably saw Princess Jasmin wearing them as a kid and thought they looked hella comfy, and they are. Stella McCartney has thrown a modern twist on these classic pants by merging them with the cargo pant style. Despite both harem and cargo being two styles that are known for their ease of wear, their comfort, and their informal nature, they possess a level of sophistication like no other.