Trouser Fit Guide


With new stock arriving daily, we're excited to welcome some new trouser shapes and restock some old faithful styles too. From transitional fabrics, to fashion forward shapes, we've tried them on to give you the lowdown of some of our new favourites and how to wear them...






These trousers do exactly what they say - they drape - they’re designed to be a loose fitting with a sewn down front pleat and a relatively generous straight leg trouser,  perfect for dressing up and down depending on the occasion. Cut from a light weight blend of some of the most sustainable fabrics on the planet, these relaxed trousers are a shop favourite amongst the girls. They’re a great wardrobe staple and super versatile, a go to black trouser for work or for those days when you want a nod to something a little more fashion focused than jeans or cotton - a great all-rounder from the Danish powerhouse, GANNI. We suggest taking your normal size for the intended fit, however sizing up will allow the front pleat details and length to be exaggerated, which can look great!










Something new from Universal works for SS24, the Parachute Pant. This trouser has a comfortable and relaxed fit with nods to its military inception through pocket details, gusseted pockets and . Cut from a super lightweight cotton twill the parachute pants are the perfect Summer beater for those warmer days. With a straight leg and drawcord ankle hem, this trousers can be worn wide and loose, or slightly more structured with the tightening of the ankle. We suggest taking your standard size to achieve the intended fit.










Utilitarian style at its finest from LF MARKEY. A wide fitting trouser with a subtle flare towards the hem and all the expected features of this style, such as side pockets and deep fatigue style front pockets. Crafted from a soft brown cotton canvas, the carpenter trousers have a heavyweight handle with the touch to make a daily beater. They sit fairly high on the waist and have a lovely flat front so are extremely flattering, either wear them cropped if you’ve got long legs or they’re a good trouser for slighter shorter legs and we recommend sizing up if you prefer a looser fit.










A classic from London’s YMC. The Alva skate pant has been in their seasonal collections since almost the brands inception, for good reason. A tapered leg with a slight cropped ankle allows this trouser to be worn for a casual and relaxed fit year round. This particular variation is cut from a mid-weight cotton, perfect for transitioning into those warmer months. Not forgetting the drawcord waistline for ultimate Summer vibes. We suggest taking your usual size, however if a sliver or wider fit is what you’re after, the elasticated waist has room for manoeuvre.










The Pasop is Bellerose’s most popular trouser shape and has been in their collection for years - we can see why as they are such an easy style - I would almost look at them as elevated loungeware and they’re especially good if you like your trousers on the neater side and if you’re petit and or shorter.  These particular ones are cut from a super fine sage green needle cord, we also have classic Olive and Chino colour in super soft cotton drill.  WIth an elasticated back and relaxed straight fitting leg, these can be worn rolled up with trainers and sandals or full length with a smarter shoe, resulting in them being a great all-rounder. We suggest taking your usual Bellerose size to achieve the intended fit.










Inspired by thew climbing trousers of the 80’s. Pilgrim have included the Salute climbing pant in their last ten years of their brand. Now their best selling trouser - the Salathe is a versatile trouser, featuring an integrated belt waistline and near perfect replica details from the eagle eyed designers. With a roomy fit across the thigh, and a taper towards a cropped leg, these trousers sit just about the shoe. To be worn with anything from boots to Birkenstocks, the olive cord is pertcfect for a timeless style. Take your normal waist size to achieve the intended fit of the leg. If a larger, more volumes fit is wanted, then size up and tighten the integrated belt.










A wardrobe staple from LF MARKEY and a style of trouser we’ve been stocking for a number of years. Arguably one of the best daily drivers we’ve stocked in Womenswear is the classic slack. The heavyweight soft cotton drill fabric holds shape of the trouser whilst the front pleat detail and volume across the thigh exudes a relaxed and casual style. Pair with trainers and an r.goods tee to complete the look that you’ll be living in all Summer long. We suggest you taking your normal waist size, however sizing up can allow for a more exaggerated look.











Mega by name, mega by nature. this new style from LF MARKEY has our name all over it. With a wide, exaggerated fit across the thigh, front pleats and taper towards the ankle, these full length trouser are bang on the oversized trouser trend we’re seeing in the current SS24 collections.a Cut from a soft but hard wearing cotton drill these are similar to in style the always popular “Classic slacks” from LF MARKEY, with a whole load more volume. With the potential to be dressed up and down depending on the occasion, these have swiftly entered the rotation of a few members of staff. We suggest taking your normal waist size for correct fit through the leg. 










New to YMC’S repertoire is the Babe Ruth trouser. Featuring a relaxed fit across the top half and a subtle taper towards the hem, these new boys on the block have a great silhouette. Garment dyed fabric to give a vintage and “lived in” look , these trousers will match perfectly with a basic t-shirt and trainer look in Spring. The contrast side seam is a nice touch of detail to where the inspiration of 60’s sportswear was taken from. We suggest taking your normal waist size for the intended leg fit. Note these are a cropped trouser, the taller you are, the shorter they’ll be.






Head to New In Mens or New In Womens to check out more new styles...