A wide range of colours and high-quality materials.
Light and neutral colours such as white, grey, beige, cream and navy are ideal office wear staples, while trousers in black and darker hues are also perfect for pairing with a satin blouse for a nighttime or formal look. Adding both colour palettes allows you to have all the essentials to easily create contemporary looks for all occasions. Whether for wool trouser suits or for velvet wide leg trousers, Tiger of Sweden uses high-quality materials to ensure that you can look stylish and remain comfortable throughout the entire day. We design our trousers with materials such as wool blends, cotton, velvet, linen and lyocell in order to add casual and contemporary style to the timeless elegance of classic designs such as tapered pants or tailored high waisted trousers. Explore the wide array of colours, materials and styles that form the basis for a contemporary and flattering look.
From office wear to occasion wear.
Taking pride in our tailoring heritage, Tiger of Sweden aims to provide high-quality contemporary designs that allow you to transition effortlessly between the workplace and social settings space so you can showcase your style in any setting. Our collections include trousers that you can wear to the office as well as for an evening out with friends. Matching blazers are available for most of our trousers. Tiger of Sweden uses premium organic materials to create long-lasting garments that will fit your body better with each wear, and the superior quality allows you to feel comfortable and at-ease without compromising on elegance.
Responsible choice: Sustainable Fashion for a Better World.
Scandinavian design is rooted in quality and durability, which Tiger of Sweden emphasises through sustainability goals that focus on using eco-friendly materials, reducing greenhouse emissions, achieving lasting quality and providing transparent supply chains. In line with this, you can find responsibly sourced trousers made with fabrics that are carefully selected based on their ability to minimise environmental and social impacts.