Find Your Perfect Pair of Cargo Pants

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Jump on the workwear trend with these closet staples.

By Ivy Tang

Date August 3, 2022

Whether it’s a technical garment-gone-mainstream or the proliferation of gorpcore, workwear is having a moment. TikTok’s obsession with the “small top big pants” silhouette contributed to the popularity of oversized, wide-leg denim as well as items such as cargo and parachute pants. And now stylish “it” girls like Dua Lipa, Paloma Elsesser and Hailey Bieber have made these items staples in their everyday wardrobe.

These workwear-inspired bottoms come in a variety of colours and patterns and work with different body types — plus, they’re practical and comfortable to wear. Whether you’re buying vintage or shopping ready-to-wear, billowy bottoms are all the rage. 

From Y2K-inspired cargos to flowy parachute styles, there’s something for everyone. Click through the gallery below to find your perfect pair!

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Closed

Freeport Wide Pants

($340, Closed)

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Luar

Brown Striped Cargo Pant

($595, Ssense)

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Amiri

Parachute Pants

($1,850, Amiri)

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Nasty Gal

Extreme Parachute Multi Wear Cargo Pants

($195, Nasty Gal)

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Stone Island

31619 Nylon Metal in Econyl Regenerated Nylon

($754, Stone Island)

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Nike ACG

Smith Summit Men's Cargo Trousers

($235, Nike)

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Asos Design

Curve Oversized Cargo Pants in ecru

($56, Asos)

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Mango

Cargo Jeans

($100, Mango)

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Blumarine

Straight-Leg Cargo Trousers

($849, Farfetch)

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Revice

The Amelia Pant

($113, Revice)

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Dynamite

Heidi Belted Cargo Pants

($65, Dynamite)

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Yasuhiro

Khaki Slide Piece Cargo Pants

($860, Ssense)

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KkCo

Lagoon Convertible Pant

($354, KkCo)

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