Introducing the Naia Pants Pattern

We’re riding the wave of volume and comfort with our latest pattern, the Naia Pants! This release has been more than twelve months in the making so excitement levels are sky high now that we’re finally ready to introduce this much-loved pattern to you.

Naia (pronounced Nigh-yah) are a loose fit pant with a dropped crotch. The cropped length is balanced by a gently tapered silhouette and long, deep front pleats. Design features include a wide elasticated waistband, side pockets, an (optional) oversized patch pocket on one leg and top stitching detail at the side seams and waistband.

Naia Pants (above and below) made up in Shudan Black

So much does she love them that Colette’s wardrobe now has three pairs of Naia Pants. Her favourites are pictured below, made up in our Black Shudan (also available in Navy and White) and she also has a pair in Black Ovino and a pinwale cord.

I made my Naia’s (below) in this sold out cotton velvet from last winter. In this gorgeous time of the year when the weather is still mixing it up between warm and cool, my favourite way to wear them is with this modified Lennox Sweatshirt (details here).

We’re obsessed with this super comfortable, super slouchy fit that works in with current oversized trends. And they really do pair so well with so many different top styles including shirts, jumpers and jackets. Here’s some RTW inspiration that recreates the look and feel of Naia…

Image source: No.6 Store (1), Toast (2), Le 17 Septembre (3), Margaret Howell (4), Studio Nicholson (5).

Naia can be made up in a wide range of fabrics and that’s what makes this such an excellent pattern across all the seasons. From our current collection we recommend the following:


Motiv wool crepes

Bedford Washed Linens

Black Memory

Adele cotton poplin

Tuff Grey

Black Ovino

Remus wool faille

Slate #41 & #43

The Naia Pants pattern comes in (Australian) sizes 6-16 and 16-22 and is now available in both hardcopy and PDF copy shop/print-at-home versions.

We can’t wait to see your versions and if you’re sharing them with us on Instagram, don’t forget to use the #TessutiPatterns #NaiaPants hashtags.