Shop Rolla’s online at General Pants, a uniquely Australian apparel brand that caters to men and women with contemporary styles inspired by the 1970s. Choose from jeans, denim shorts, skirts, dresses, pants, short and long sleeve t-shirts, printed and plain shirts, knits and jackets.Womens Denim Fit Guide Mens Denim Fit Guide
Founded by design duo Andy Paltos and Sarah Gilsenan, Rolla’s was established to create a more personal brand that borrows elements of Australian culture and champions the Australian spirit and sense of humour. Rolla’s works to create simple clothing that embodies the essence of the 1970s with a clean, modern and uniquely Australian look.
Denim is the major focus of the brand, with a wide range of trend-driven styles available for both men and women.
This season, Rolla’s is all about flare jeans These come in a variety of classic washes and styles, from full length to cropped. Wide leg jeans are popular too. Whether high waisted or worn on the hips, full length or cropped, Rolla’s offers plenty of options for wide leg jeans, including the Sailor Jean and Old Mate Jean. Rolla’s also offer a range of other women’s denim styles: including skinny jeans, mom jeans, denim shorts, denim skirts and denim jackets.
For the guys, relaxed fit jeans are the winner. Easy-wearing and super comfortable, Rolla’s offers a number of styles, including the Rollies Jean and the Relaxo Chop Jean. Skinny jeans are as popular as ever, with the Stinger Jean available in a variety of colours. Other men’s denim styles to look for include cropped jeans, tapered jeans, ripped jeans , denim shorts and denim jackets. Much like the ladies, denim washes lean towards vintage-inspired blues, rich blue and classic black.
Made to match with denim, Rolla’s apparel stays true to the essence of the brand. Women’s styles include sherpa jackets, long sleeve blouses, knitwear, classic t-shirts in short and long sleeves and plenty of dresses. Men’s styles include a number of short and long sleeve shirts with workwear detail, a nod to the working man of Australia, as well as t-shirts with retro branding printed across the chest, cord jackets and casual knit jumpers.