English Tweed Pants
You can survive without a pair of these pants.
Or can you?
You certainly wouldn’t want to.
Tweed is right for cold weather. Cuts the wind. Keeps you sane when the temperature isn’t. These pants don’t have that “country clothing" feel that a lot of tweeds give off. The kind your grandfather wore (not that those aren’t also wonderful).
What it does give off is substance. Atmosphere. The kind of bespoke feeling you get when walking Saville Row or drinking a Gentleman’s Buck at The Raines Law Room. This woven-in sophistication says something about your decision making.
Not that it needs defending.
English Tweed Pants (No. 6293). Exquisite heritage wool tweed from the esteemed Abraham Moon Mill in West Yorkshire. Handsome with most of your sweaters, shirts, ties, and scarves. Lined to the knee for comfort. Waistband with pointed tab, interior waistband curtain with red pick stitching, fly zipper closure, side seam pockets. Imported.