- Jan 3, 2007
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So, whats the deal? The MHL items at Tres biens looks fucking great. Worth the price?
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MHL can work with most workwear as long as you use it right. The look is a bit sleeker and cleaner and can be paired successfully with toned down, simplified pieces. I wear my royal blue MHL pants (MHL tends to fit baggier than the Margaret Howell line) with a simple white EG 19th Century BD shirts or white/chambray EG workshirt and a pair of Yuketen Penny Loafers (w/ crepe soles).
how do you like your MHL pants, quality/fabric/details? I really like the "service trousers" tres bien has. The cord "staff jacket" and rain coats looks amazing aswell.
Both the mainline and MHL are manufactored mostly in Portugal, but bits are made around the UK depending on fabrics.