• Valentino Belted striped hammered satin-jersey wide-leg pants Fits true to size however those who are between sizes should take the smaller size
  • Valentino Belted striped hammered satin-jersey wide-leg pants Fits true to size however those who are between sizes should take the smaller size
  • Valentino Belted striped hammered satin-jersey wide-leg pants Fits true to size however those who are between sizes should take the smaller size
  • Valentino Belted striped hammered satin-jersey wide-leg pants Fits true to size however those who are between sizes should take the smaller size

Valentino Belted striped hammered satin-jersey wide-leg pants Fits true to size however those who are between sizes should take the smaller size

  • Model: WRMIXIO
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  • - Fits true to size, however those who are between sizes should take the smaller size
  • - High-rise, cut for a wide-leg fit
  • - Particularly long in length
  • - Mid-weight, fluid, non-stretchy fabric
  • - Model is 175cm/ 5'9" and is wearing an IT 40
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EDITORS' NOTES

Valentino's Resort '18 collection is inspired by the '70s streetwear vibe of Baz Luhrmann's hip-hop series The Get Down. An elevated take on casual track styles, these wide-leg pants are made from emerald hammered satin-jersey and detailed with bottle-green side stripes. They have sharply pressed creases and an attached belt that sits slightly above the high-rise waistband, creating a cool cutout effect. Wear yours for evening with point-toe pumps.

Shown here with: Valentino Sweater, FRAME Camisole, Loewe Shoulder bag, Gianvito Rossi Pumps, Marni Earrings.

  • - Emerald and bottle-green hammered satin-jersey
  • - Snap fastenings along front
  • - 53% viscose, 47% acetate
  • - Dry clean
  • - Designer color: Jungle/ Peppermint
  • - Made in Italy

Valentino Belted striped hammered satin-jersey wide-leg pants Fits true to size however those who are between sizes should take the smaller size