The Ana Pant in Black

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The Ana Pant is your flattering and timeless high-waisted, wide-leg pant offering a stylish-comfortable silhouette for women of petite stature. A year round wardrobe staple offering a nice texture and luxurious silky softness and beautiful drape. The Ana Pant offers a sleek fit through the waist and hips and falls below the ankle. Zipper and single button front closure. Elastic waist in back.

The Ana Pant is made in a very soft, light to medium weight 42% cupro 58% linen blend in black and offers a luxurious and beautiful texture and drape. The Ali Long is made in a very soft . This fabric offers a luxurious feel and a beautiful drape and texture.

Similar to our Faye Pant but longer length. Sleek through the waist and hips with zipper/button front and elastic back waist. 

We recommend machine wash cold with like colors and with natural, gentle detergent. Hang to dry. Or dry clean. The Ana pant has not been pre-washed so will shrink up 1/2" in length when machine washed cold. If you love the length as is, we recommend dry cleaning. 

Designed and made in Austin, Texas through small batch production process.

Amy (5’1, 25" waist, 35” hip) is wearing size XS. Kim (5'3", 34" chest, 27 1/2" waist, 38" hip) is wearing size M.


Choosing the right size pant can be a challenge. The following shows how Together Segal measures pants. The best way to figure your size is to measure a pant that you already own that fits you well. Measure your pant using the following example as a guide. If you have further questions about measuring or figuring out your size, e-mail us and we will help you make the right decision.

Pull the pant at the waist line tight so the front and rear of the waist band line up as close as possible. Place your tape measure at one edge of the waist band and measure straight across. Multiply this measurement by two to get the final waist measurement.

Place the end of your tape measure at the top of the center waistline. Measure down to the crotch seam. This number will be your rise measurement.

Pull the leg out and make sure it is laying flat. Start from the crotch seam and measure straight to the leg opening.