Walk in the Park Pants

$115.00 USD

The ideal partner to our Twist and Sway crop top, these trousers are flowy, breezy and super comfortable! The wide leg and high waist will flatter your body while the side pockets make it easy to take on your day. 

Made from 100% Tencel.

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  • Hemp Fabric
  • Sustainable Trimmings
  • Sustainable Dyes
  • Eco Friendly Packaging
  • Washing: machine wash gentle cycle or hand wash using mild detergent. Do not use bleach.
  • Ironing: iron inside out when the garment is slightly damp to remove wrinkles and creases.
  • Drying: tumble dry on low heat or line dry in the shade for best results.

Half of our garments are produced at community centers run by non profit organizations focused on providing sustainable livelihoods to women from underserved communities. Our aim is to empower women from disadvantaged communities through vocational training in safe and hygienic workspaces with fair wages and have them help with 100% of our production.

U.S. Shipping Only. Delivery in up to 5 business days. Shipping is free for all orders. This is shipped from Reistor and not from Girlboss. Returns are accepted within 14 days of delivery. For customer care please contact

Why We Love it

The ideal not-too-casual, not-too-dressy wide-leg pant.. The sustainable tencel material has the perfect drape—elegant and breezy. Plus, the cool grey is an unexpected neutral. Match it with the crop-top for an effortless outfit.

Meet The Founder


Mehma Singh is a fourth-generation textile entrepreneur, who faced an unprecedented fashion industry slump as a result of the pandemic. It was something of a wake-up call to change the way fashion operates. “We knew that we had to start doing things differently, not only in terms of raw materials and fabrics but also the production process,” says Singh, who now creates clothing out of hemp. “My great-grandparents were cotton and silk traders when they moved to India seven decades ago, and slowly shifted from natural to synthetic materials as trends changed and polyester gained popularity,” says Singh. Now, the brand founder feels like she’s come full circle. “Now, we’re back to where the family started with an emphasis on natural fabrics and sustainably sourced raw materials.”

Although her brand is barely a year old, Singh is (rightfully) proud of launching—and thriving—despite the global tumult. “Launching during a pandemic in India (which was facing one of the most stringent lockdowns in the world) was a great success in itself.”