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post #16 of 25
The most recent Dries Van Noten show had some very full pants like those.
post #17 of 25
I love the nineties!

Next we will have Seinfeld stils...
post #18 of 25
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Going to be in London tomorrow, anyone got recommendations on specific shops in jermyn street for these pants?
post #19 of 25
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Going to be in London tomorrow, anyone got recommendations on specific shops in jermyn street for these pants?

Polo Ralph Lauren makes trousers just like this, just not as baggy. You won't find any trousers with double forward pleats likes these on Jermyn Street, but you can find single forward pleats. But you might not find linen. Maybe Turnbull & Asser.
post #20 of 25
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Polo Ralph Lauren makes trousers just like this, just not as baggy. You won't find any trousers with double forward pleats likes these on Jermyn Street, but you can find single forward pleats. But you might not find linen. Maybe Turnbull & Asser.

Thanks, got a link to the Ralph Lauren's?
post #21 of 25
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Thanks, got a link to the Ralph Lauren's?
They aren't sold online, only in stores. I have them in a silk/linen blend from the Polo Golf line and linen from Polo Ralph Lauren. They come up on eBay often. The ones from Polo Ralph Lauren are the Dalton model. Try this: http://clothing.shop.ebay.com/Pants-...=p3286.c0.m282
post #22 of 25
to me they look like dual pleats but facing each other, which is unusual.
post #23 of 25
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to me they look like dual pleats but facing each other, which is unusual.

I think you are right! Those are kiss/scissor/inverted box pleats, not forward pleats. They were popular with the Italian brands in the 90s. They were typically made with another reverse pleat on either side. That explains why the trousers are so baggy. Thankfully the style has disappeared. Best to stick with forward pleats.
post #24 of 25
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Thankfully the style has disappeared. Best to stick with forward pleats.

+1 on both counts.
post #25 of 25
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lol it's 2.

I like em' because they look loose and comfortable without being as "old man-ish" as regular chinos.

I think the loose, billowy style is what makes the pants good.

Any idea's what they are? Where to get something similar?

(I'm in London next week, if that helps.)

Reevolving, is that you?

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