I've been eyeing the Cigarette Pant trend for the last couple of years now.
Cigarette pants are slim-fitted pants that feature a straight opening at the foot rather than a taper or flare. Also known as “stovepipe pants,” “pencil pants” or “slim-fit pants,” these pants first became popular during the 1950s in both men’s and women’s fashions. While men wore them most commonly in black, women wore them in denim or cropped as “Capri” pants. Since the 1950s, cigarette pants have gone in and out of style throughout the decades, largely following various music movements.
Cigarette pants were particularly favored by such stars as Marilyn Monroe, Elvis Presley and Sandra Dee during the 1950s. As the 50s gave way to the counter-culture of the 1960s, pants with a flare, boot cut, or bell bottom eclipsed the popularity of the straight-legged pant. While flared pants became a staple of 1970s fashion, many of those who were part of the underground punk scene began wearing cigarette pants again. By the 1980s, leggings, spandex, and skinny jeans were all the rage, and especially favored by heavy metal bands.
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I had originally started making this particular pair last year, but used the wrong pattern I feel to get the results I wanted, Simplicity 1699. I think there are so many other patterns that will give you the look. I had to tweak this pattern several times to get it to wear I wanted it.
Here are my Cigarette Pants using Simplicity 1699.