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- 1930s vintage style trousers in beige camel 100% wool tattersall tweed
1930s vintage style trousers in beige camel 100% wool tattersall tweed
These vintage style high waisted, pleated trousers are made from high quality beige tattersall check wool flannel with black and cream lines. The design is based on an original 1940s pattern. They are made from soft 100% wool tweed with a very soft tough and feel with a tattersall checked pattern with a black and white stripe. The have a high rise at the front, fishtail back with a buckle. Two generous side pockets, a small change pocket at the front and welt back pockets.
made after 1940s pattern
high rise with extra long zipper
fishtail back with buckle and strap
small watch pocket at the front with button and strap
generous side pockets
double welt pockets with buttons and strap at the back
100% wool with a soft touch
The sizes are measurements of the waist in inches. To be sure please measure, jeans sizes or chino's are often sized differently, you made need to size up 1 or 2 sizes. When measuring the waist, make sure you measure high enough, just below the ribs is the right place. Take a tape measure or cord and pull it tight enough that it is comfortable. Or use a belt that you fasten to the right size and measure that to find the right size. Instructions on how to measure can be found here:
The inseam of the trousers is 33 inch, that may seam short but corresponds with 36 inch jeans. There is also plenty of fabric in the turn ups. To lengthen or shorten ask for my blog for DIY or find a tailor near you to help. Usually they ask about €15 to €20 for it. Before shortening them, my advise is to wash them first. Though I test my fabrics on shrinkage, It might be different in a different machine, hardness of the water, different detergent etc. Always leave enough fabric to lengthen them if necessary.
MATERIAL AND CARE:
100% wool, with 100% cotton poplin pockets. Dry clean only. Wool is dirt repellent by nature. Remove stains gently with a cloth and a mild detergent. Hang it in the fresh air every once in a while. Every now and then bring it to the dry cleaners or carfully give it a soak in cold water with a wool detergent. Give it a short spin to tumble them and leave to dry. Be sure to pull it into shape before drying. Do not bleach, do not put in the dryer. Do not wash in warm water.
These trousers have a matching waistcoat