Recommendations on MTM trousers with a slim fit and low rise?

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by palma, Nov 7, 2012.

  1. palma

    palma Senior member

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    I am looking for something as described in the topic above. All the famous names in the UK seem to have a classic silhouette to their trousers. I am looking for something along the lines of RLBL or PAUL SMITH. I am guessing some tailoring houses in Italy might be able to do something like that. Any you can recommend? Your help is much appreciated.

    Don't really have a budget, but depending on the quality willing to spend upto $500

    Thanks,
     
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  2. guymac12

    guymac12 Senior member

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    Indochino seems to be advertising more on slim fitting suits/trousers, I think there's a thread here about them as well might as well look for that while you're here.
     


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    Balfour Senior member

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    Recommendation: Don't.
     


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    deepitm Senior member

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    Ovadia & Sons off the rack stuff is slim fit and low rise. Pretty sure they have MTM as well. NYC only for that, though, as far as I know.
     


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    Superfluous Senior member

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    why made to measure? And black label does made to measure...
     


  7. Ivar

    Ivar Senior member

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    No need to go M2M for this. Especially since you're ready to splash out 500 dollars. I suggest you check out the offerings from Shop the Finest, eHaberdasher and Virtual Clothes Horse, all of which usually carry excellent pants with your specifications.
     
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