POST-IMPERIAL LAGOS PANT

POST-IMPERIAL

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Color
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INDIGO

Better Than the Corduroy Bear

I grew up reading children’s books like Rainbow Fish, Goodnight Moon, and of course Corduroy. The plot of Corduroy was (and still is) fairly dull—a plush bear that wears corduroy overalls is rejected by a child’s mother in a toy store over a missing button, but ends up getting bought the next day by the same kid. Whatever. Except the Corduroy Bear was my first style icon at only four years old, and I remember becoming obsessed with corduroy. My mom got me a rad pair of corduroy pants at OshKosh B’Gosh that I wore all the time. Corduroy seemed to disappear off the radar for a bit but it’s now re-emerging, first with A Kind of Guise’s Bam Shirt and Kaschgai Trousers and now with Post-Imperial’s Lagos Pants. The Lagos Pants, with their vivid periwinkle blue hue and partially frayed leg openings, are the wonderfully weird corduroy pants from your childhood dreams that you never knew you wanted until now. Plus, unlike the Corduroy Bear’s corduroy overalls, there are no buttons that could potentially pop off, so there’s nothing stopping you from taking these home.
- Leslie

 

  • Made in USA
  • Hand-dyed in Nigeria
  • 100% cotton
  • Solid-dyed, indigo easy pants
  • Colors may slightly vary due to the nature of the dyeing process.
  • In-seam pockets
  • Matching stripe insert down the leg
  • Grosgrain drawstring with frayed edges
  • Frayed hem
  • Due to their handmade nature, the sizing of Post-Imperial garments can be inconsistent; if you have any concerns about fit, please contact us for the exact measurements of your size

 

MEASUREMENTS TAKEN FROM A SIZE M:
    • waist, 30”
    • front rise, 12.25”
    • back rise, 15.25”
    • upper thigh, 13.5”
    • knee, 10”
    • leg opening, 8”
    • inseam, 27.5”

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