Whether with jeans, dress pants or more casual styles, the differences between the pants for men and those for women are designed to vary subtly. Since most pants are made in the same way, it is often only small differences that separate a man's trousers designed by which a woman.
Perhaps the biggest difference between men and women in trousers is the way they are sized. Men's pants are too generally made visible wider and longer than that for the opposite sex and have two numbers indicate a size — marking the waist circumference and a significant step length or leg length in inches —. For example, a pair of male pants with the numbers "36-34" is marked for a man with a 36-inch waist and legs, are designed about 34 cm long from the inseam.
Pants size for women with only one even number, starting with zero marks. There is no industry standard for sizing women's pants, so a size 10 from a designer could be bought much of the same size from a different manufacturer. Moreover, instead of determining the measurement of the step length, the pants' length, there are only four common choices — petite, short, regular and long.
The origin of pants determines how high to sit on the waist. Although all kinds of increases are available for both men and women, women often carry a low-rise pants and find it very flattering, while most men would shy away from wearing pants that is so low, sit around the waist. Medium-rise pants resting below the navel — a cut that flatters almost every body type, male or female.
Color and pattern
While a variety of colors, are to both sexes, women are much more brightly colored, patterned or embellished choose pants. Men, on the other hand tend to either stick to traditional male-pattern like houndstooth, pinstripes or plaid or solid, dark trousers.