DALLAS — Haggar Clothing Co. is launching a women’s pants collection for spring that combines comfort with style through a proprietary design process it calls "Comfort Fit."
The line is angling for first-year wholesale volume of $5.5 million, given current market conditions. Describing the special construction, Haggar said, "Elastic panels in the same fabric and color of the pants are discreetly sewn into each side of the waistbands. The invisible panels expand and contract in response to changes in the wearer’s body."
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