City Squire Wool Trousers
Oscar Wilde once said, "a really well-made buttonhole is the only link between Art and Nature."
Being able to unbutton your cuffs was once a sign of a really well-made tweed jacket. So much so that country gentlemen would often leave one button undone, just to make a statement.
Buttoned or unbuttoned, you'll make a statement in this.
Originally designed for country estates, but sophisticated enough for the city.
City Squire Wool Trousers (No. 6751). Impressively-constructed trouser in Abraham Moon Shetland tweed. Well-detailed with Bemberg lining and corozo buttons; extended waistband tab; adjustable side tabs. Double pleat at front flap. Coin pocket with button. Back welted pockets with buttons. On-seam hand pockets. Interior brace buttons. Long rise with tapered fit. Busted back seam, a vintage tailoring trick that strengthens the seam. (Two pieces of fabric are sewn together and then press open. Overlock stitching finishes the process, and the extra fabric allows for tailoring.) Imported.
The other members at your club will beg to know where to get one. Whether or not you tell them is up to you. Imported.