Nov
17
2011
By
of Valet.

Grown Up Corduroys

There's just something about a pair of cords that works so well this time of year. They're soft, comfortable and often a bit warmer than your standard pair of pants. And while the five-pocket style, cut like a pair of jeans, has been pretty omnipresent for the past few years, this old standby is striking a new cord, so to speak. This fall, the corduroy pant has grown up a bit and gone continental. A return of sorts, with a tailored European trouser cut and details like tab waists, this season's breed is right at home with your double monks, spread collar flannel shirts and shawl neck sweaters.

Shown left: Preston corduroy pants, $89 by Polo Ralph Lauren

  • "Wales" ...The vertical ribs that make up the signature corduroy texture.

Straight fit trousers,
$185 by YMC

Wide wale trousers,
$350 by Incotex

Green English country trousers,
$265 by Ovadia & Sons

14 Wale corduroy pants, $89 by L.L. Bean Signature

 

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