Denim trousers are a type of pants made from denim fabric, which is a sturdy and durable cotton twill material. They are designed to be worn on the lower half of the body and typically feature a waistband, two front pockets, and two back pockets. Denim trousers can come in various styles, including skinny, straight, wide leg, or bootcut. They can be worn for both casual and formal occasions, depending on the cut and wash of the denim, and can be dressed up or down with different tops and shoes. The term “denim trousers” may also refer specifically to a more tailored and formal version of jeans, often with a darker wash and without the distinctive stitching and rivets of typical jeans.