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The Sawyer Pants are ready for any adventure. With a flattering high rise, roomy pockets, and an exposed button fly, these pants are the perfect mix of fit, function, and whimsy. They're slightly cropped, but not too cropped. High-waisted, but not egregiously so. Nautically inspired, but not full-on sailor pants. And the wide leg is just wide enough to make a statement without feeling like you're drowning in your pants.
The moment I tried on the first sample I made of the Sawyer Pants, I never wanted to take them off. Not only did the high rise and the wide leg look super flattering, but they were seriously the most comfortable pair of pants I've ever tried on. I've never been much of a pants person (why wear pants when there are dresses and skirts to wear?), but these pants may have just changed my mind.
- 100% linen from China
- Designed, cut, and sewn in Arkansas, USA
- Slightly cropped wide-leg silhouette
- Rounded pockets in front, patch pockets on back
- 4-button exposed fly
- 11.5" rise
- 22.5" leg opening (on size 4)
- 24" inseam
- 3" hem allowance for you to alter hemline if desired
- Hand wash cold, line dry, warm iron as needed (learn more about garment care here)
These pants are made of flax linen from China. At 6.8 ounces, the fabric is a bit thicker than what you would normally think of when you think of linen, and as a result the fabric is substantial and opaque in addition to being characteristically soft and breathable.
I hand-dyed this linen using eco-friendly fiber-reactive dyes to get this perfect shade of medium navy blue. Being navy blue, the fabric pairs with just about everything under the sun, from white to cream to yellow to pink.
In addition to the fabric, these pants use cotton thread, 4 vintage plastic buttons, organic cotton interfacing, organic cotton bias tape, and organic cotton labels.
Take a look at our Size Guide to find your size.
The Sawyer Pants are fitted in the waist and hips, so make sure to use both measurements to determine your size. If your measurements fall in between sizes, I recommend sizing down if you want a more curve-hugging, vintage-y pant, and sizing up if you want a more relaxed, beachy pant.
Mallory is wearing a size 4 and is 5'6" with a 34" bust, 27" waist, and 39" hip.