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Howard Yount/Epaulet alternatives for pants?

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

  1. hookem12387

    hookem12387 Senior 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 Senior 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.
     
  3. vezatron

    vezatron Senior member

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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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