Step in the right direction : Scott Fraser Collection.

Finally.

It’s taken quite some time for me to get these trousers into production, but they’re live and limited (10 pairs in each fabric). After perfecting the pattern and deliberating over pleat position and direction along with other things, launching these trousers is something that is holding the direction of the Scott Fraser Collection.

Reminiscent of the golden-era actors and artists from the 40s and 50s. Wide legged – (20-inch hem), high-waisted, with double inward- facing British-style pleats. When worn, to fall from the hip-line.

Mid-weight wool fabric, perfect for all-round season wear. Subtle coffee brown fleck cloth, with enough hold in the fabric to give an elegant drape.

Other details –
Waist-line hidden coin pocket
Dropped belt loops
Tab-button single back pocket

Waist measurement – Due to the nature of the fit of these trousers, a correct waist measurement should be taken at the top of your hip line (horizontal to your naval).

Leg length – to be altered once purchased, to allow for accuracy and personal expression. We recommend a 1 3/4″ inch turn-up to finish and a small break to fall over the shoe.

Pair it with one of our pocket chains.

Limited edition (fabric) – 10 – 12 pairs only. Each piece is made on a per-order basis, please allow 7 – 10 days for your hand-made item to be dispatched.

Made in London, England.

(1) Brown Trs(1) Brown Trs Flat(1) Brown Trs pleat detail(1)Brown worn

Brown fleck wide-leg trousers (1) Black:grey fly detail(1) Black:grey Trs Flat

Grey fleck wide-leg trousers

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