Two-tuck Trousers
Two-tuck Trousers
Two-tuck Trousers
Two-tuck Trousers

Sayaka Davis

Two-tuck Trousers

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$ 335.00
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$ 335.00
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$ 474.00
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These trousers are a dream to wear. The linen blend and high waist make for a comfortable wear and the front pleating creates a timeless silhouette. We've been having fun adding belts at the waist for a little pop. Pair back to a blouse and the matching blazer for a classic suiting look or style with a boxy tee or sweater!


  • High-rise trouser
  • Slight tapered leg
  • Side slit pockets
  • Double pleating at front
  • Tab and zip fly closure
  • Back welt pockets
  • Flap coin pocket
  • Notched waistband
  • Chestnut
  • 46% rayon, 26% linen, 16% cupro, 11% polyester
  • Made in Japan
  • Mach wash cold gentle, no oxyclean.


  • True to size
  • Model is 5' 8" and wearing 4
  • Size 2 Measurements: Waist- 27", Hips- 36", Rise- 13", Inseam- 26"
  • Size 4 Measurements: Waist- 29", Hips- 38", Rise- 13", Inseam- 27"
  • Size 6 Measurements: Waist- 31", Hips- 40", Rise- 13", Inseam- 28"
  • Size 8 Measurements: Waist- 33", Hips- 42", Rise- 13", Inseam- 29"
  • Need more help? Check out our Find Your Fit guide here.

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Designer Bio

Sayaka Davis

Sayaka Davis is a clothing label based in NYC, launched in 2012. The designer, Sayaka Tokimoto Davis, originally from Japan, creates a harmony of sophistication and excitement. Her central idea comes from Japanese minimalist art, the concept of “spacious beauty”, leaving the blank space rather than filling everything in. This belief is that space defines the object, becoming the subject. Clean, yet modern and unique silhouettes are expressed with a keen attention to detail and beautiful textiles.