When I first felt these pants I actually said “ooh.” They’re that soft. You know how some cargo pants are thick and rigid? Not these. They literally feel like pj pants. I was crossing my fingers they’d fit, and they ended up being perfect. True to size (I’m wearing a 6, my usual size), perfect length (I rolled them up once), and the waistband is elastic in the back but flat in the front (with a zipper fly), so they’re somehow more flattering than your typical stretchy waistband but still just as comfy.
Super-Soft & Sustainable: Cargo Pants Perfect For Updated Monochromatic Looks
The best part about these cargo pants is that they’re made from 100% TENCEL™ lyocell, an “eco-friendly fiber produced from wood pulp sourced from sustainably managed and certified forests,” so they’re green in more ways than one. See what I did there? (But if green isn’t your color, they also come in a light coral, pale mint or ivory color, and are currently 30% off with code GETAWAY.)
My current favorite way to wear them? With a green sweater that’s machine-washable (and processed without chlorine) and nude boots for an easy monochromatic look that works for day or night.
sweater: J. Crew Margot crewneck sweater in Re-Imagined Merino Wool, small – I love the fit of this sweater: somehow it fits without being too tight on the belly and it’s made from their “Re-imagined merino wool” which is machine washable and processed without the use of chlorine.
pants: J. Crew Zip-up seaside pant in TENCEL™ lyocell, size 6 (tts) – J. Crew has made these since 2015, but updated these with a zipper-fly and used “crazy-comfortable” (their words, not mine, but I agree 100%) TENCEL lyocell—an eco-friendly fiber produced from wood pulp sourced from sustainably managed and certified forests (meaning not ancient or endangered).
eyeshadow: Charlotte Tilbury’s Luxury Palette in The Rebel – I LOVE this palette. I first wore it in this post and I love wearing it with greens of alllllll shades. The numbers make it super easy to apply, too.