These casual fatigued safari pants are worth a try and this is not an April Fool’s joke. I’m not thrilled with the leg shortening length shown in the picture, but not all hope is lost. The tapered leg lends itself really well to the “rolled-up-look”, so fold over the hems a couple of times and scrunch for extra textural effect. The shorter length will make your legs look longer and leaner.

The scrunching after folding part is especially effective if you have a shapely calf because the curve of the calf muscle prevents the scrunch from falling down. My client looked amazing in these!

They are a super lightweight, casual pants alternative to denim and soft to the touch. The pockets aren’t bulky and the overall cut is fairly streamlined. It’s not the best look for pear shaped gals, but other body types might like to give them a bash. It comes in four colours and runs true to size. It’s the perfect park day bottom for the busy Mum and gal on the go.

City Safari Pants - Front City Safari Pants - Back