Kourtney Kardashian’s Gray Pants Are Street-Style Approved & Surprisingly Affordable
This past fall, there was a spontaneous surge in the popularity of one iconic workwear brand from the '90s. Kourtney Kardashian's gray pants are proof that the Dickies trouser trend is still going and not slowing down anytime soon. And you'll be surprised to find out just how affordable they actually are.
On Sun., the reality TV heiress was photographed wearing the less-than-$40 pants she's downright obsessed with yet again. Kardashian tucked the simplest (and coziest) gray, short-sleeved t-shirt into a pair of monochromatic Dickies trousers and completed the look with snakeskin-embossed heeled mules by Yeezy, of course.
Although there are plenty of colors from the selection of women's Original Work Pants to choose from (almost all of which are already hanging in Kardashian's closet), the 39-year-old opted for a neutral hue from the brand's junior label, Dickies Girl, instead — and it isn't even the first time.
Kardashian debuted her silver-gray straight-legged pants back in Aug., when she paired them with a cropped white button-up top and trend-forward see-through heels, again by Yeezy. Are you catching on to a theme here?
Yes, Kanye West advised that Kardashian sport his footwear designs with these utility pants, People reported, and like the good sister-in-law she is, she obliged.
In Sept., Kardashian wore a navy pair of the throwback work pants with a black top and Yeezy's mesh-panel sandal heels. Then, in Oct., she paired the khaki color with a black strapless top and West's Season 5 Python Ankle Boots.
The rapper is known for his one-of-a-kind construction worker-esque style. He, himself, has even modeled the Dickies label on multiple occasions, so it's no surprise that he's influencing the family to follow his lead. They aren't the only ones, however, or even the first ones to bring back the retro workwear brand.
Everyone from Kaia Gerber to Kristen Stewart has sported the old-school pants recently. The heavy-duty uniform brand bred from Texas quickly became a thing in the fashion world in 2018 — and the street-style fans prove the trend isn't slowing down anytime soon.
Ahead, shop Kardashian's exact workwear-inspired trousers, as well as The Zoe Report's favorite pairs on the market.
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Editor's note: This article has been updated from its original version to reflect the correct fashion credit.