Despite how it feels, spring really is (hopefully) just around the corner and it’s time to make sure your wardrobe is ready for it. In my most recent attempt to sew spring into existence, I got to thinking about what type of trends we’ll be seeing for pants this season. They’re the perfect transitional piece and they can be worn as soon as right now, so let’s take a look at some ways to keep these wardrobe staples on trend this upcoming season!
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1. Go Big or Stay Home
Despite my refusal to get rid of my skinny jeans, it’s become clear that big pants are here to stay this year. Not only are we seeing flared silhouettes in suitings and trousers, but we’re now seeing wide-leg jeans as well. This trend plays with silhouettes and cinches the waist, which can be great for a variety of body types!
2. Time to Get Khaki
I’ve never been one for khaki in the past, but I’m enjoying the new twists. This year is seeing the classic shade paired with the regal vibes of the Regencycore aesthetic and color-blocked with contrasting prints. You can also jump on the monochromatic trend with a gorgeous khaki suit.
3. Leather the Storm
Don’t love real leather? Not to worry; Mood has a ton of luscious faux leather that cuts and sews like butter and doesn’t sacrifice comfort. You could even fashion it into a pair of paper bag waisted pants!
4. See it in Print
Don’t be afraid to get loud with your prints this year. After months of lounging in knits, we need some vibrant color. Mix and match your favorite designs with your loudest tops for a look that’s sure to inspire!
What kind of pants are you sewing for spring? Let me know in the comments below!
Hi! Super cute pants. Are there sewing directions for them?
Hi, Rita! The instructions can be found in the original Aster Pants post here. 🙂
Thank you Courtney.
Hola!! Muchas gracias por tantos patrones bonitos que nos regalas. 🙂
The douglas pants and the maple culottes
The Blue Floral Pant with the deep front pleats the link is broken, but have downloaded the Aster pant, wondering what alterations you made to the pattern to achieve the finished blue version
Hi, Wendy! I just skipped the front fly and put an invisible zip at the center back seam. 🙂