Ivy Wide Leg Cotton TrousersCotton Twill trousers - $218
Ivy Wide Leg Cotton TrousersCotton Twill trousers $218
100% cotton twill wide-leg pants in cream with screenprinted ivy graphic on wearer's left leg.
Rugged cotton-twill. Old school mid-rise. More cream than khaki. Machine washable.
Size & Fit
These are wide-leg pants. Not as extreme as Oxford bags. But a good full leg, much fuller than your run-of-the-mill skinny-jean chinos. Rise is mid-rise.
Pants are listed by waist size. All sizes are 32 inches in length. Roll 'em up or get 'em trimmed if needed! Trousers run large, we recommend sizing down.
Our FW19 collection is inspired by the desire to cling to youth and the inevitability of "growing up," whatever that means: early adulthood’s mix of melancholy and excitement in all its nostalgic forms - Yuppie culture, identity crises, and a longing to go “back to school.” Films like St. Elmo's Fire - which takes place at RB founder Jack Carlson's alma mater, Georgetown - and series like Friends (shout out to "The One With All The Rugby") capture this spirit, as well as the zeitgeist of a seemingly simpler time, when the stakes were low and the world was young.
The collection - drawing on these '80s and '90s cultural moments in both attitude and style - is not just post-Ivy in the sense that it reflects a post-collegiate or post-graduation ethos, however. Post Ivy is also a play on Take Ivy - the (contrived, idealized) Japanese anthropological study of American campus culture in the late ‘50s that many since then have taken as a style bible. But in 2019, we believe that classic American collegiate style transcends narrow, and in any case artificial, categorizations like "Ivy style," and beyond the baggage that comes with these constructs and labels. Collegiate, by definition, is the intersection of traditional and youthful - and youth culture - a youthful sense of irony and irreverence - is as important an inspiration to this collection as the staged photos in books like Take Ivy.