High waisted pants for femmes that don't like to wear pants. Our most flattering and versatile pant yet. Magically makes everyone's booty look amazing with no darts! Bamboo button fly with quality USA made nylon zipper. A little elastic sewn in the waistband for some ease as we know you like to move & breathe. Oversized belt loops. Super high rise, to fit at the smallest part of your waist. Raised tail fin detail on back waistband with double fuzing that hugs and shapes the small of your back beautifully.
Side seam pockets that don't add bulk. Slightly cropped at the ankles.
4 pleats a center front to minimize muffin tops.
Made from a linen blend 55% linen 45% rayon. Structured fabric that softens more and more with each wash.
Wash Cold, tumble low or line dry
Designed and produced in small batches in Oakland, CA
24-26” high waist,
38" hips, 35" length, 12" calf opening, 24" inseam
26-28” high waist,
38" hips, 36" length, 13" calf opening, 24.5" inseam
MEDIUM: 28-32” high waist, 42" hips, 37" length, 14" calf opening, 25" inseam
LARGE: 30-34” high waist, 44" hips, 38" length, 14.5" calf opening, 26" inseam
XLARGE: 32-36” high waist, 46" hips, 39" length, 15" calf opening, 27" inseam
XXLARGE: 34-38” high waist, 48" hips, 40" length, 15.5" calf opening, 28" inseam
XXXLARGE: 38-42” high waist, 52" hips, 41" length, 16" calf opening, 29" inseam
|| ABOUT FIELD DAY ||
We design for the women who inspire us. Women who like the feeling of earth between their fingers. Cool winter breezes and hot summer river dips. Who aren’t afraid to strike out on their own, and dress for uncharted days of spontaneous adventures.
We want you to feel good about what you wear. Field Day designs are flattering, comfortable, and made from reclaimed and locally-sourced materials. Our entire line is designed, cut, sewn, dyed and finished in Oakland, CA. We believe in tailored clothing you can move and breathe in, and that no dress is complete without pockets. Founder Trinity Cross has been designing our classic silhouettes for the modern woman since establishing field day in 2005.