CLANDETTE PANTS | Fado Rose
These pants pair a classic high waist and wide leg for an effortlessly flowy look. The 3/4 length and bold print create a fun year-round look!
ARTTZO PANTS | Charcoal & Terong
From business chic to casual Saturdays, these high waisted pants will take you anywhere! Featuring pockets and a front button, these cropped pants sit at the ankle.
KANZZI PANTS | Cascais Off White
These lightweight high waisted wide legged pants feature two front pockets.
IVONA PNATS | Charcoal
This bold flared silhouette styled pants sits at the hip and includes a functional zip fly front with button fastening, two side pockets and two back pockets.
IVONA PNATS | Mustard
IVONA PNATS | Algas Charcoal
IVONA PNATS | Black
CANOY PANTS | Modern Mustard
Below the knee culotte-style pants featuring three knife pleats on either side. Pockets and an invisible side zip make for easy wear.
LIME PANTS | Escher Wine
A high waisted and lightweight wide-leg culotte pant with an elastic waistband to cinch the waist.
CATARINA PANTS | Eterna Caramel
Boho meets chic in these wide-leg, high-waisted pants. They're easily dressed up or down and have an invisible side zip for easy wear.
SKYE PANTS | Algas Dark Blue
These summary pants are high waisted, featuring 3/4 length legs and a matching fabric belt.
HYDRA PANTS | Ritz Black
A free flowing high waisted wide leg pant with an elastic band. The wide leg splits in the middle on both sides creating slits for a great summer style.
KEYLARGO PANTS | Seteais Green
These high waisted wide legged pants feature belt loops and a strap to cinch in the waist.
BYTOWNITA PANTS | Eterna Green & Black
Your go-to stylish and comfy pants that can be worn on casual days or to the office. These pants are 3/4 length with a row of buttons on one side.
Made in Brazil by Studio Benta
55% linen, 45% viscoise
Pants made in linen fabric that gives sophistication and freshness to the piece. It has excellent fit, button closure and waist belt.
Please note the waist and hips measurement is a front measurement. This figure needs to be doubled to create the total circumference.