Like our 1970s inspired parallels, these generous drape-cut trousers are a new design for the Spring/Summer season that nods to our rock and roll heritage. Edward used to cut wide-leg Oxford bags for a mixture of musicians, models and rockstars at Nutter’s of Savile Row, and these drape cut trousers offer a contemporary take on that classic style. With a high-rise to sit on the wearer’s natural waist these are designed to fall elegantly from the hips, and bring a wonderful sense of movement to wearer as he walks.
Stone Gaberdine Drape Cut Trousers
In our favourite mid-weight wool gabardine, these are neither too light, nor too heavy, and are cut with forward-facing pleats, jetted side pockets for a clean line through the hips and a soft grown-on waistband, similar to the waistband on our Hollywood trousers. Finished with a strap-and-buckle cinch and a nod to a fishtail back, these are timeless and elegant in equal measure.
In stone, these are the quintessential summer trouser, easy to dress up or down. Wear on their own with braces and a mid-blue chambray shirt, or pair with a crisp navy fresco blazer. Alternatively, try these with a low-buttoning double-breasted linen jacket for a louche warm weather look.