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Clyde Work Short (Archived Material) in Cotton Canvas

Regular price $ 135.00 Sale price$ 81.00 Save 40%

  • These garments were cut and sewn from leftover Elizabeth Suzann inventory after we closed our doors and restructured in 2020. Because they are simply the remaining items that were left, they are varied in size, color, and style. We are working through selling them before focusing on new production in order to reduce waste.
  • Once the last of these units are sold, they will be gone for good! As such, this item is *FINAL SALE*
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This is our old, discontinued Cotton Canvas.

A short based on one of our most popular, practical pant styles—the Clyde. I am decidedly not a shorts person, but dressing comfortably for warm climates almost always requires some kind of alternative to pants and I wanted to tackle the challenge.

The silhouette I'm most drawn to is that of the 1930s and 1940s tap shorts with a narrow waist and wide, full thigh opening. I aimed to follow the rule of thirds, with the distance from natural waist to hem of the shorts taking up about one-third of total leg length. The hem hits right around mid-thigh, which feels comfortable in terms of coverage but still keeps most of your legs out in the open air. A generous inseam makes them practical and wearable (everybody knows that a one or two-inch inseam on shorts is a recipe for discomfort).

These are incredibly versatile with our classic Clyde pockets and durable topstitching. Distinctly utilitarian in feel, I picture these being right at home on an a long hike but also very wearable for weekend errands.

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