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Never liked them. To me they are emblematic of Pre-War Britain...like bad teeth.
My recommendations for Paris from 2012: Not super high end, but excellent RTW clothing: You might wish to try these shops for well-priced semi trad menswear. I own several pairs of their dress slacks, the oldest of which is from the early 80s. They are superbly made and have worn extremely well. I haven't been to Paris in the last few years , but the last time I checked, the stores carried the same style and quality. Also recently endorsed by other SF memebers. Arthur...
Some Cordings Options: https://www.cordings.co.uk/menswear/coats
Most SFers are aware of my aversion to "slim-fit" clothing. From the website the Norwegian Wool offerings seem to combine the skimpy and even cheap looking coats with the high prices that they charge for their "technology". As I've done before I recommend that you check out O'Connells which has a very wide selection of classical outer wear that is certainly the opposite of "Suit Supply" and their...
Through sometime in January. http://www.hilditchandkey.co.uk
Extraordinary ! What size do you estimate it is?
Battistoni on Via dei Condotti is well worth a visit if only because the store itself is one of the most beautiful I've ever seen . The merchandise is very high end, naturally, http://www.battistoni.com
I agree w/ Gus. However, since you already have the jacket, I would say dark brown or medium to dark gray slacks.
From your description, the rise is too long. The rise may be reduced by lowering the waistband. Alternatively, the crotch may be shortened, which is more complicated. Either measure requires a highly skilled tailor so as not to ruin the trousers. I've had this done numerous times.
Just got this today: http://www.hilditchandkey.co.uk
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