Black Gabardine Wool Parallel Leg Trousers$ 520
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- Product Notes
These striking trousers are cut with high-rise ‘parallel’ legs, true to the trousers Edward Sexton cut at Nutter’s of Savile Row in the early 1970s. Mick Jagger wore these parallels, so did Elton John, Justin de Villeneuve, and The Beatles. The legs are not flared but cut with straight lines to fall from the hips, which gives the impression of a subtle flare when walking – especially when finished with our preferred two-inch turn-ups. With their low rise to sit on the hips and side adjusters, they’re a sharp design to wear during the warmer months. Pair with everything from a simple white shirt and a tobacco jacket, to a chambray hidden button-down shirt, worn open-necked with a crisp navy blazer.
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- Size Notes
This product comes in UK sizes.
- Materials and Care Notes
Made in China
- Delivery & returns
This product will be dispatched in 3-4 working days.
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There aren't many who have had such a significant impact on British tailoring as the formidable Edward Sexton, whose eye for detail and revolutionary craft helped shaped Savile Row into what it is today. Together with Tommy Nutter he opened Nutters of Savile Row in 1969, bringing a renewed energy to the iconic street and attracting high-profile customers from around the world. Having built up a firm reputation in his own right, Sexton launched his namesake label in 1990, relocating to Knightsbridge and further developing his own aesthetic characterised by an architectural yet flattering silhouette.
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