Reminiscent of the golden-era actors and artists from the 40s and 50s. Wide-leg and high-waisted. When worn, to fall from the hip-line. A new update of our classic.
– High-waist with extended belt fastening
– Wide leg
– 13 inch +/- front rise (including waistband)
– 1/4 inch dropped belt loops
– Double forward pleats (as standard since July 2020)
– Tab-button single back pocket
– Concealed waistband pocket
Available in a variety of weight cloths. Please make your selection from the options available. Model wears the Black and green tonic wool fabric option.
How to take your waist measurement – Due to the high-waisted fit of these trousers, a correct waist measurement should be taken in-line with you belly-button/hip line. Use a tape measure on your skin, applying a small amount of pressure to obtain a good reading. We use your natural waist measurement to make your trousers, please don’t rely on what size jeans or trousers you normally shop for as these sizes generally allow for an extra 1/2 inches for ease. In most cases, you will measure 1/2 inches larger than what you are used to, eg. if you normally take a 34 inch trouser, your natural waist will measure a 35/36 inch. Please see the diagram below for an illustration of how to take your measurement, if you have anymore questions please get in touch.
How long does the inside leg length come? – We leave all our trouser legs long and un-hemmed (34 inches inside) which can be altered to your leg length once they arrive with you. This allows for accuracy of the fit and personal expression. We recommend a 1 3/4″ inch turn-up to finish and a small break to fall over the shoe. Please let us know if you would like to have them made longer than this in the order notes.
How long do the trousers take to make? – Each piece is made on a per-order basis, please currently allow 3 – 3.5 weeks for your hand-made item to be dispatched and we do not accept exchanges/refunds. Please consult the Order Terms for more information and contact us if you need anymore help with sizing.
Made in London, England.