Show us your Trousers!

Discussion in 'General Attire & Accoutrements' started by bluewascal, Jan 25, 2006.

  1. Giftmacher

    Giftmacher One Too Many

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    These are also from today
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  2. Giftmacher

    Giftmacher One Too Many

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    These are also from today. 50's, or 60's?

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  3. Hollywood waist trousers, worn today for a trip to the Huntington Library:

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  4. kools

    kools Practically Family

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    Lovely pants, Mr. Brim
     
  5. Fastuni

    Fastuni Call Me a Cab

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    @Giftmacher

    Yes, these pants are 60's.
     
  6. Thanks, Mr. Kools.
     
  7. Tiger_Rag

    Tiger_Rag New in Town

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    lookin' reet daddy-o
     
  8. GoldenEraFan

    GoldenEraFan One Too Many

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    1920's

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  9. Samuel Pachuco Herrera

    Samuel Pachuco Herrera New in Town

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    Where did you get the narrow belt?
     
  10. vintage.vendeuse

    vintage.vendeuse A-List Customer

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    Incotex Italian Linen: name for waist treatment?

    Not vintage, I know, but definitely a classic look. I picked up three different colors of these Incotex trousers in Italian linen and one in cotton chino for resale but am stumped on how to describe the waist. There's a waistband in the front but not in the back, is there a particular name for this style? Honestly, I am so impressed with the construction and styling of these trousers. (My apologies if this query is in the wrong thread. I tried to find an "Ask a question" thread in this category but couldn't locate one.)

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  11. Giftmacher

    Giftmacher One Too Many

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    20-30's trousers I bought
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  12. dh66

    dh66

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    Nice find Giftmacher!
     
  13. dh66

    dh66

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    Any thoughts on these? Age maybe?

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    They lace up in back.
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    Unfinished hems, big bell bottoms. Very heavy twill fabric, I'm assuming wool. No tags other than the paper size tag still attached to the waist.
     
  14. Giftmacher

    Giftmacher One Too Many

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    That drop-front flap kinda reminds me German lederhosen :)
     
  15. Flat Foot Floey

    Flat Foot Floey My Mail is Forwarded Here

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    Sailor trousers. Military collectors would know how to date them. I can't help you with that. But I believe that the lacing part makes them a bit earlier.
     
  16. Rudie

    Rudie Call Me a Cab

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    Awesome. I'll have to remember to propose SJC to tackle them when the site is up again.
     
  17. Flat Foot Floey

    Flat Foot Floey My Mail is Forwarded Here

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    Finding heavy cotton with good stripes is really difficult though. Unless you get it made which makes the price go up.
     
  18. Rudie

    Rudie Call Me a Cab

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    Simon seems to be very well connected. I am sure he can come up with a source.
     
  19. dh66

    dh66

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    Thanks for the thoughts.
    I knew they were sailor pants, just was more curious about possible age, authenticity, etc.....
     
  20. pmjk

    pmjk New in Town

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    Good day to all,

    I am not sure if this is the proper thread as I do not post a lot. I thought I would share picture of my new trousers. They are not vintage but the style is in keeping.

    I am teaching English here in Vietnam and had some trousers made at a local tailor. I showed him a picture and in a week he made me two pairs of trousers. One in grey, pictured and another in a speckled brown material, pics to come.
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    The cost was $35 USD per pair. What do you think?

    Cheers,

    Peter
     
    Last edited: Mar 20, 2015

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