The first things we need to know are that these pants are made to be mostly casual, and that pure linen wrinkles very easily. The fabric also lends itself well to a few major clothing types. However, Linen pants come in two primary variations: belted and drawstring.
Belted pants look like any other slacks, though they’re often found in lighter, kitschier colors which are suited for a comfortable afternoon on the golf course or spending the afternoon shopping.
Drawstring linen pants look and feel much the same as their belted cousin, but with the added advantage of having a simple, built-in drawstring for fastening (and of course comfort). These pants have been pretty stylish since before 2000, and are arguably the ultimate in achieving that classy-casual look that linen does so well.
Linen Pants have always been well received because of the comfort they provide. But apart from this, they also have other benefits as opposed to other clothes made from a different material. They are known to attract less lint, making it more lint free than other fabrics. It is relatively low maintenance as compared to silk and satin, as it can be machine washed, dry cleaned or even steamed, making it simple and easy to keep them clean.
Styles of linen pants include the “painter” style, “palm beach” style, semi-formal style, and the wedding style. They are hailed and well received by consumers and fashionistas alike as they are exceptionally cool, especially during the hot summer months. They can go from daytime to nighttime depending on the top and the accessories. They are also able to stand the test of fashion time, similar to the little black dress.