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Howard Yount/Epaulet alternatives for pants?

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by hookem12387, Aug 27, 2012.

  1. hookem12387

    hookem12387 Distinguished Member

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    Is there anything else I should be sure not to miss in this price range (mostly sub-$200)? I'm starting a new job in a week, and it turns out I'll need some pants that fall between khaki and full suits. I was hoping to wait for the Howard Yount restock, but I'm not sure when that will happen.

    Thanks a ton, all.
     


  2. amathew

    amathew Distinguished Member

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    bumping because I would like to know as well.

    I like Epaulet and their fit is great, but the cost is getting out of hand.

    HY pants don't fit great on me, but the quality is great for the cost.
     


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    J Crew Classic Fit wool pants, if primarily for the higher rise and mediocre fabric. No split waist band.

    BB Fitzgerald or Regent trousers which are better quality than J Crew.

    As scary as it sounds to your wallet, Epaulet are close to grail status and worth the money. Owning great pants means one less thing to worry about in life.
     


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