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£188 £75 (60% off)
GIGLIO
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Stretch Gabardine Trousers - Grey
£228 £136 (40% off)
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Incotex
Linen Drawstring Trousers - Black
£350 £245 (30% off)
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Chino Trousers - Blue
£272 £190 (30% off)
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Incotex
Slim-fit Corduroy Trousers - Pink
£255 £178 (30% off)
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Incotex
Slim-fit Linen Trousers - Natural
£305 £213 (30% off)
Mytheresa
Incotex
Stretch Cotton Trousers - Natural
£240 £145 (40% off)
The Clutcher
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Trousers - Natural
£197 £79 (60% off)
GIGLIO
Incotex
High Comfort Chino Trousers - White
£250 £175 (30% off)
Mytheresa
Incotex
Slim-fit Linen Trousers - Blue
£305 £213 (30% off)
Mytheresa
Incotex
Linen Drawstring Trousers - Natural
£350 £245 (30% off)
Mytheresa
Incotex
Baby Corduroy Trousers - White
£265 £185 (30% off)
Mytheresa
Incotex
Corduroy Pleated Trousers - Natural
£265 £159 (40% off)
Mytheresa
Incotex
Slim-fit Cotton Trousers - Blue
£265 £185 (30% off)
Mytheresa
Incotex
Virgin Wool Trousers - Natural
£335 £234 (30% off)
Mytheresa
Incotex
Slim-fit Chinolino Trousers - Brown
£295 £206 (30% off)
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Give your pants collection an instant upgrade with on-trend additions from Incotex. The brand’s commitment to expert craftsmanship endures, with each piece using materials such as wool. Specialising in elevated essentials that are made to last, the label’s range has something to suit every shopper. Providing an easy way to give your wardrobe an instant update, Incotex' pieces can be worn occasion after occasion and will never feel dated. High-quality pieces that are made from wool require a little care and maintenance to keep them looking their best. With the right care, wool pants can last for years. We advise checking the instructions on the care label before attempting to clean. The first step in taking proper care of wool garments is to always turn inside out before washing, which will help slow down any pilling or wear of the fabric. Some wool pieces, such as a suit, blazer or coat, would benefit from spot cleaning. For wool that is suitable for washing, use a pH neutral detergent and select a gentle cycle on the machine with a temperature of 30°C or less to mimic the actions of traditional hand washing. To minimize the risk of shrinkage, it is advised to soak in cold water before you put in the machine. Avoid tumble drying, as it can cause shrinkage, ruin the look of the fabric or become damaged. To remove wrinkles, steam or iron on a low-heat setting with a pressing cloth between the wool and the fabric. Everyone should have Incotexpants in their wardrobe. Shop our edit today.