Seeing an uptick of requests from clients demanding old-school, retro-looking side-adjusters (a.k.a. buckles) with their bespoke trousers. With no loops on the waistband, belts are rendered useless. Brighter colors and "busier" patterns are certainly on the rise. Pants have a certain minimalist (neat and clean) feel to them and they pair well with a nice, solid-colored dress shirt (lighter color). Such details, obviously, aren't always available in the off-the-rack merchandise and allows clients to express their individual personality - For example, notice the sliced, monogrammed pockets. These sartorial features are, by no means, new and have been popular in the past. "Times are a-changing," sang Bob Dylan. But in a circular fashion, it appears. Would love to hear your comments, concerns, suggestions and feedback. Thanks!