Trosuers general I guess. W2C wool trousers up to 200€? Or should I just go with simple black chinos from Acne?
j crew sells some nice slim ones as part of the wallace & barnes things, I think they're like 130 ameribucks. if your budget goes up to 200 euros you might just want to wait until ssense or mr porter has a big sale and then cop some from robert geller/paul smith/raf/so many other designers that make them.
All of this being said, my favorite pair of wool trousers actually came from the GAP sale rack.
tempted to get these. Miss my old charcoal ones.
What shoes do you lot wear with these for casual? I wear my sambas with them a lot but I think maybe the trouser leg is a bit wide for low profile shoes
not as bad as
>mfw thought i got a steal on bloomingdales for $180 because Sandro had it at $225
>pants came in yesterday, see that new price
oh well, $40 isn't enough for me to return and reorder
there's laws, at least in the US, about country of origin and stating them as well as putting them in the clothes themselves, but it seems like europe doesn't give a fuck
well, in the US, if it's sewn in LA but made of Japanese materials, you can't state it as a Made in USA product, but rather a Made in LA or Sewn/Assembled in LA
a lot of european brands do most of the construction in asia, transport it to Italy, and finish the labeling or something simple, and it is now a "Made in Italy product"
I really like these.
A bit expensive, but I pay the same for jeans so why not?
IMO it's fine as long as most of the cutting, sewing, assembling, etc is made in the country, so they don't have to change it if they get zippers from the neighbour and buttons from another neighbour
If they do everything in China and just assemble in Italy though that's pretty bad