a maroon work pant
It's maroon, it's a trouser pant.
Maroon collar workers in Vietnam are seen in these matching tops and bottoms. Those uniforms typically have an arched print on the back detailing the company, company contact info, and industry.
There are 100+ different colour and fabric swatches, but always in this same straight cut. They come tagged in a very general size starting from 5 up to 10. I did my best to equate it to sizing that you might be familiar with. There's no other manufacturers branding, and from all the different factories I visited, the cut and pattern is always the same. It's the best fit.
The construction is made to be easily repaired and adjusted the way the seams are sewn together. Sorry if there are any loose threads, just grab a pair of scissors and snip them off. The pocket bags are amazing, you'll see what I mean, but full disclaimer, maybe re-inforce them as soon as you feel any stitching coming undone.
Many of the garments will still have chalk marks from the sewers, these will wash off. But generally I'll wear the pants with them on for as long as I can, I think it looks amazing.
THE TAGGED SIZING ON THE GARMENT WILL DIFFER FROM THE SIZING YOU RECEIVE.