Jeans and Pants for the Fall Season

Evidently, it’s officially autumn! It’s sweater weather! I’m putting away my shorts and sizing up jeans and pants for the fall season. The weather changed quite suddenly here in the Pacific Northwest, and we’ve certainly plunged into cooler temperatures and rain. I don’t know about you, but after I’m done back to school shopping for my kids, I feel like it’s my turn for a closet refresh! šŸ˜‰ Fall is such a great time for new clothes. The rich colors of these pants remind me of fall’s changing leaves: yellows, reds, browns and greens. As a matter of fact, we have all of these pants and jeans (and more!) at SearchByInseam.com, where you’ll find short and tall inseams – and everything in-between for men and women of all sizes. Not sure what inseam length you need? Watch our new video on how to measure your inseam.

Firstly, these Tall Alina Wide Pants are a beautiful mustard yellow, which is a great color for fall. They have an extra long inseam length of 37″ and come in women’s sizes S-XXL. More colors are also available.

Tall Alina Wide Leg Pants
Tall Alina Wide Leg Pants

Corduroy is a classic fall fabric, and these men’s Cooper Straight Leg Corduroy Pants in Curry are going fast! They would be perfect men’s attire for a fall family photoshoot because of their rich curry color. Check out Seattle Family Photographer Ling Ling Zheng‘s blog post for more fall family photo outfit inspiration. These men’s cords come in inseam lengths of 32″ and 34″. More colors are also available.

Cooper Straight Leg Corduroy Pants in Curry
Cooper Straight Leg Corduroy Pants in Curry

Another great color for fall is dark green, as can be seen in these men’s Obey Easy Cord Pants in Dark Cedar.Ā  They have a comfortable elastic waist and an inseam length of 29.25″.

Obey Easy Cord Pants
Obey Easy Cord Pants

Next to corduroy, leather is also a popular fabric for fall. And if you’re trying to be animal-friendly, want a low-maintenance fabric, or just on a budget, faux leather is the way to go! These Tall Khaki Green Stretch Leather Look Leggings are fun, unique and come in 34″ and 36″ inseam lengths.

Tall Khaki Green Stretch Leather Look Leggings
Tall Khaki Green Stretch Leather Look LeggingsĀ 

Rust is another great color for fall and I love it in these ribbed flare stretch pants! These come in a 33″ inseam and can be dressed up or down; they’re super versatile.

Ribbed Flare Stretch Pant
Ribbed Flare Stretch PantĀ Ā 

Brown can be such a warm and rich color. It’s softer than black and is perfect for fall. These Tall High Waist Flare Dress Pants in Brown have an extra long inseam length of 37″. More colors available in sizes XS-XXL.

Tall High Waist Flare Dress Pants for Women in Brown
Tall High Waist Flare Dress Pants for Women in Brown

As far as jeans go, I love dark wash denim and fun colors for fall. These men’s Skinny Caramel Brown Hyper Stretch Jeans are an unexpected shade of brown. They would be great for a causal office, dinner date, football game or family photoshoot. Men’s inseam lengths come in 30″, 32″ and 34″.

Skinny Caramel Brown Hyper Stretch Jeans
Skinny Caramel Brown Hyper Stretch Jeans

Dark wash denim is classic and classy. Furthermore, a pair of straight leg or bootcut jeans in a great navy hue will never go out of style. These Wrangler Women’s Retro Mae Mid Rise Stretch Boot Cut Jeans come in over 20 shades of blue, inseam lengths of 30″, 32″, 34″ and 36″ and regular and plus sizes.

Wrangler Women's Retro Mae Mid Rise Stretch Boot Cut Jean
Wrangler Women’s Retro Mae Mid Rise Stretch Boot Cut Jean

Finally, if you’re in the market for maternity jeans this fall (BTW congratulations!!), check out these dark wash Wrangler Women’s Retro Mae Maternity Boot Cut Jeans. They come in two colors and 30″, 32″, 34″ and 36″ inseams. Visit SearchByInseam.com for more maternity jeans in hard to find inseam lengths.

Wrangler Women's Retro Mae Maternity Boot Cut Jean
Wrangler Women’s Retro Mae Maternity Boot Cut Jean

Do you think you would you wear any of these jeans and pants for the fall season? Tell us whether you would or not in the comments below!