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Welcome to PolkaPants

With the increasing amount of female chefs who work in kitchens, cater at private events and generally take pride in their appearance, there is now a market for a more stylish chef uniforms. Female chef coats have evolved to become more tailored, however the only trousers out there are baggy, unflattering and aimed at a unisex market — until PolkaPants!    

The name PolkaPants originates from a pair of beloved polka dot trousers that London-based chef Maxine Thompson first made when she studied fashion design and wore whilst working as a freelance chef.   The design of the PolkaPants trousers is inspired by the Utility Scheme clothing of the 40s - simple, robust and functional. They’re a tailored, slim-fit make, with a classic high waist and cropped at the ankle, and available in black, hounds tooth or polka dots (the signature style).  All trousers are made from fabric that is 97% cotton with a 3% stretch for ease of movement in the busy kitchen.  

PolkaPants are proudly made in London. Custom PolkaPants are available on request, for more information please email 

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