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In Praise (but also Suspicion) of Patterned Pants

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by unbelragazzo, Mar 24, 2012.

  1. unbelragazzo

    unbelragazzo Well-Known Member

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    http://www.howardyount.com/collections/pants
     
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    Thank you also - my blind Google searches for "Plaid trousers" were getting me nowhere stylish fast
     
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    the red plaid actually looks cool.
     
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    Personally I like the cut of the LE tailored fit, and I wear a 30 waist. Sometimes with other pants marked as 'slim fit' I've had to go up to a 32, but not with LE - they're just narrowed a bit through the legs. The rise might still be too high for some people, but I'm not a fan of super low rise pants anyway.

    BB I don't have any experience with yet, but maybe soon.
     
  7. unbelragazzo

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    Trying to resurrect this thread to complement the patterned jacket/shirt/tie thread...

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    For me it is "except for the shoulders". The last thing he needs is roped shoulders.
     
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    Yeah, well, that's like, your opinion, man...

    anyway, personally I don't have any of the madras. I have a plaid, which I have featured ITT, which I like a lot.
     
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    I just went through the thread and looked at your posts and those were good plaids, however, I don't see any similar ones on Yount's site. Are those all Yount?
     
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    I only have one pair of plaid odd trousers, and they are HY. They were from last fall though, so I don't think they're available anymore.
     
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    What about this one? It seems to be an overcoating.


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    Interesting, it does indeed. That's quite a big herringbone.
     
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    THATS WHAT SHE SAID!
     
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    I guess thats a perk of having endless varieties of fabrics at your fingertips....
     
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    ^anybody know if that's the Rubi house chambray on the shirt? Does AM use the same stuff? It doesn't look like the S-G stuff.
     

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