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I have the LEJ set (in other color) and it’s really good. You should get it.

you can potentially look at pyjama offerings from other brands. I actually reached out to Ascot Chang to get pricing and options for a pyjama set.
 

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Maybe not what you’re looking for but the Noma dyed sweat pants canoe club sells could be an option?
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I have the LEJ set (in other color) and it’s really good. You should get it.

you can potentially look at pyjama offerings from other brands. I actually reached out to Ascot Chang to get pricing and options for a pyjama set.
what's the fabric on these like?
 

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Maybe not what you’re looking for but the Noma dyed sweat pants canoe club sells could be an option?
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These are cool, love the twisted seam. They're on sale on mr. porter right now too, would order from canoe club, but I'm in Europe.
 

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I’m looking for some lounge type pants that I can wear around the house but also outside. Something with some visual interest pattern wise. So far I have my eye on the drawstring pants from L.E.J. I also liked DBF’s drawstring offerings but sold out in my size.

Any recommendations are appreciated!


 

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Just picked up my vintage Prince of Whales check Burberry balmacaan from the cleaners. It swallows me hole and I probably look like a tower of muppets trying to get into a bar, but I’m going to try convincing myself I look cool.
 

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I’m looking for some lounge type pants that I can wear around the house but also outside. Something with some visual interest pattern wise. So far I have my eye on the drawstring pants from L.E.J. I also liked DBF’s drawstring offerings but sold out in my size.

Any recommendations are appreciated!

Maybe dressier that you're looking for, but the feel like lounge pants:


 

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I’m looking for some lounge type pants that I can wear around the house but also outside. Something with some visual interest pattern wise. So far I have my eye on the drawstring pants from L.E.J. I also liked DBF’s drawstring offerings but sold out in my size.

Any recommendations are appreciated!

https://imogeneandwillie.com/collections/men-trousers has some options that look nice
 

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I’m looking for some lounge type pants that I can wear around the house but also outside. Something with some visual interest pattern wise. So far I have my eye on the drawstring pants from L.E.J. I also liked DBF’s drawstring offerings but sold out in my size.

Any recommendations are appreciated!


so many options here : https://nomanwalksalone.com/collections/trousers?page=1&rb_filter_ptag_06516926c4f88b55bc20128c8b542ca8=Casual+trousers
 

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I’m looking for some lounge type pants that I can wear around the house but also outside. Something with some visual interest pattern wise. So far I have my eye on the drawstring pants from L.E.J. I also liked DBF’s drawstring offerings but sold out in my size.

Any recommendations are appreciated!

I’ve been loving these lately


 

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Those lounge pants in stone are exactly what I've been searching for. I may have to stop by their shop and check them out in person for their airiness.

On a separate note, I have a pair of Stan Ray fatigue pants where I have come close to wearing out the knees due to using them as work pants. I have been thinking of taking them to my tailor and seeing if they can add some canvas or heavier duty fabric. Has anyone added a double knee to non-double knee pants? It looks like I could turn them into fatigue shorts and order a new pair of pants.
 

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Just picked up my vintage Prince of Whales check Burberry balmacaan from the cleaners. It swallows me hole and I probably look like a tower of muppets trying to get into a bar, but I’m going to try convincing myself I look cool.
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