Mark Our Words: Celebs Will Ditch Jeans for This Pant Trend


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Between track pants, leggings, khakis, cropped flares, and the myriad of denim styles on the market for any given season, there are plenty of pants trends to keep our closets full. But thanks to Re/Done, we're making room for one more.

While known for being innovators and trendsetters in the denim arena and for its perfect T-shirts, as a result of its collaboration with Hanes, the brand has been thinking even more outside the box as of late. You're probably familiar with its collection of reworked Champion sweatshirts, and you may have heard that it has logo hoodies and track pants in the works, but it's the brand's latest release that we're laser-focused on: cargo pants. Yes, just like those relaxed pocket-emblazoned pants you used to wear earlier in the 2000s.

You probably haven't thought about cargo pants much as of late, but we couldn't help but notice that stylish celebs like Emily Ratajkowski, Bella and Gigi Hadid, Alessandra Ambrosio, and Jennifer Aniston have begun to embrace the former trend again. Additionally, directional designers like Marc Jacobs and 3.1 Phillip Lim have put their own spin on cargos for their current season collections. Which brings us again to the new Re/Done release that just solidified that cargo pants are set for a return…

Re/Done's fresh take on cargo pants are part of its Originals line, and they're made of fabric sourced directly from the suppliers for the U.S. Army (how's that for authentic?). According to the brand, the tapered shape ensures that they're more flattering than classic men's cargos, and they've been washed down to feel soft and supple.

Given the loyal celebrity following that Re/Done has, we're predicting that we'll soon see a slew of celebs wearing these cargos in lieu of jeans. We might just have to buy them in both shades, and quickly, as the army green hue has already begun to sell out. See and shop Re/Done's cargo pants below!

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