Black and off-white fine striped belted pants


Color : Black
Vlada measures 1.80 m and has a size 38 Find the size guide here

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The SAMBRE pants are one of our favorite pieces this winter. They have the right proportions of the new carrot pants, high waist and belted. A matt gold buckle ornates the belt which is to be wrapped. It punctuates the graphic detail of these pants. We love the fine, chic and timeless tennis stripe fabric.

  • Carrot cut, high waist
  • 2 pleats at the front waist, 2 darts at the back
  • 2 Italian pockets on the sides
  • Waist belt with metal buckle
  • Fabric belt loops at the waist
  • Middle front zipper fly closure

52% polyester, 46% viscose, 2% elastane, this quality fabric is produced by our faithful Italian supplier based in Prato with whom we have built up a bond of trust season after season. A double fine stripe can be seen in dotted lines on the black background.

To take great care of these striped trousers, we recommend cold hand wash and ironing at a low temperature on the reverse side, so that the quality of this garment lasts as long as possible!


Vlada measures 1.80 mand has a size 38

Inspired by suit pants, the SAMBRE's cut is ample thanks to its 2 pleats in front. The belt marks the waist for a curved silhouette just where it should be.


Chemins Blancs is a women's ready-to-wear brand with French know-how. These trousers are made in our own factories in Ukraine with an Italian fabric. Please note that in this autumn/winter collection, 80% of our materials come from Europe (Italy and France).

How to match it
How to match it?
The SAMBRE pants with its fine off-white stripe on a black background is the basic winter fashion item that goes with almost everything! Wear it with our flowery top PRIME, the purple PHENO top, the flowery shirt PISTER or simply with a fine knit or a white t-shirt. And for the féminine/masculine outfit to keep for a long time and to wear in all circumstances, pair it with its coordinated SQUALI jacket.
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