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Postby odradek » Wed Aug 27, 2014 12:22 pm

come on, ryce



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Postby sknss » Wed Aug 27, 2014 1:37 pm

Tight top and baggy trousers 2015
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Postby can- » Wed Aug 27, 2014 2:34 pm

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Postby Syeknom » Wed Aug 27, 2014 4:50 pm

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Postby DeafIdiotGod » Sat Aug 30, 2014 4:52 pm

Acne Terrence trousers

I'm interested in seeing these worked into an actual outfit in the real world rather than just in promo shots

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They did them in raw denim once as well, I want to see fade pics

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Postby maj » Sat Aug 30, 2014 5:06 pm

liked these from acne this year, elastic pull strings and such.

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Postby station » Mon Sep 01, 2014 11:30 pm

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Postby diniro » Wed Sep 03, 2014 12:14 am

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I took this today. Panhandler close to where I live who has a great sense of style. He always look good. I gave him a handful of change (didn't have cash) and bought him a 4 pack.
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Postby mc-lunar » Wed Sep 03, 2014 1:59 am

These Yojhji trews got me feelin some kind of way. The giant thighs to 7 inch leg opening sounds beautiful

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Postby UnwashedMolasses » Sun Sep 07, 2014 12:06 pm

sknss wrote:Tight top and baggy trousers 2015


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Postby Iliam » Sun Sep 28, 2014 11:20 pm

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Postby parastexis » Mon Sep 29, 2014 7:33 pm

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or you can tie the ends if you want them less baggy (god forbid!)

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Postby BIGBEE » Sun Oct 05, 2014 3:31 pm

entering the baggy pants arena (in shorts form!)

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Re: baggy pants thread

Postby yoyobeat » Sun Nov 30, 2014 1:16 pm

THE GLACIAL PACE at which menswear evolves leaves it short on “Eureka!” moments, but designer Hedi Slimane ’s debut collection of ultra-skinny suits at Dior Homme in February 2001 is widely considered one of them.

Hip-hop artist Shaggy sat atop the Billboard Hot 100 and boot-cut denim was still king when Mr. Slimane unveiled his sharp-tailored rebuke to the beefy “power suit” that had dominated menswear since the late 1980s.

Although the fashion press greeted Mr. Slimane’s streamlined silhouette with elation, neither the industry at large nor the average guy was ready for it. Not yet, anyway. “When he did the first show, everybody was saying, Oh, what is this?” said L’Uomo Vogue fashion editor Robert Rabensteiner. (Remember, these were suits so skinny that even lithe women like Sarah Jessica Parker wore slightly tweaked versions.)

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Among the easiest ways to tap into the trend, a more voluminous coat should be worn over trimmer ensembles—from denim to suits. Double-Breasted Overcoat, $4,325, Louis Vuitton, 866-884-8866; Chambray Denim Shirt, $690, Marc Jacobs, 212-343-1490; M3 Slim Straight Raw Jeans, $285, 3x1, 212-391-6969; Peal & Co. for Brooks Brothers Double Monk-Strap Shoes, $648, brooksbrothers.com MACKENZIE STROH FOR THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

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The less-strict suit needn’t look like a costume from the film ‘Wall Street.’ This version has a casual, sporty feel. Caravan Jacket, $1,985, and Pants, $885, Marc Jacobs, 212-343-1490; Sweater, $250, A.P.C., 212-755-2523; Adidas Originals Stan Smith Shoes, $75, adidas.com ENLARGE
The less-strict suit needn’t look like a costume from the film ‘Wall Street.’ This version has a casual, sporty feel. Caravan Jacket, $1,985, and Pants, $885, Marc Jacobs, 212-343-1490; Sweater, $250, A.P.C., 212-755-2523; Adidas Originals Stan Smith Shoes, $75, adidas.com MACKENZIE STROH FOR THE WALL STREET JOURNAL
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Though they’re pleated and full-legged, there’s nothing schlubby about these baggy trousers, which are cut to fall just right. Wear them with fitted knits and jackets. Sport Jumper, $355, A.P.C., 212-755-2523; N. Hoolywood Cotton Pants, $370, Mister Hollywood, +81 3 5414 5071; Public School High Boot Sneakers, $650, Odin, 212-966-0026

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Though they’re pleated and full-legged, there’s nothing schlubby about these baggy trousers, which are cut to fall just right. Wear them with fitted knits and jackets. Sport Jumper, $355, A.P.C., 212-755-2523; N. Hoolywood Cotton Pants, $370, Mister Hollywood, +81 3 5414 5071; Public School High Boot Sneakers, $650, Odin, 212-966-0026

But eventually, the once unthinkably trim ideal rippled out into the mass market, helped along by Belgian designer Raf Simons and American talent Thom Browne —not to mention the neatly cosmopolitan 1960s suits in which Don Draper lied his way through “Mad Men.” Today, “slim fit” is ubiquitous—a standard option at even old-line, salt-of-the-earth retailers like L.L. Bean, and the default silhouette at most European houses—and high-end designers seem to be asking: Where to next?

If the current fall collections are any indication, the way forward is to let it all out. After years in exile, a softer, slouchier (but not sloppy) silhouette has billowed its way back into fashion. Models in blanket-sized outerwear strode runways at Ermenegildo Zegna Couture, Berluti and Louis Vuitton. Even Dior Homme, now designed by Kris Van Assche, showed boxy, long coats that evoked the startling “big suit” David Byrne wore in the 1984 concert film “Stop Making Sense.” Meanwhile, baggy trousers, often styled with sneakers, were made luxe-cool by designers like Pablo Coppola, the sharp Spaniard re-envisioning the Swiss brand Bally, and Alexandre Mattiussi of young French label Ami.

In many ways, this movement is simply a natural swing of the fashion pendulum. “For the past 10 years there’s been this overarching aesthetic of slim, structured, buttoned-up tailoring, but I think we’re seeing now that guys are ready for a little bit of a change,” said Jeff Hilliard of Hong Kong-based men’s emporium the Armoury, which opened an outpost in Manhattan’s Tribeca neighborhood last year.

Before we go any further, please note that the new direction isn’t an excuse for ill-fitting clothing. Men who are still wearing suits with linebacker shoulder pads and 10-inch-wide trouser legs: You’re not suddenly fashionable. “That’s where we draw a distinction,” said Mr. Hilliard. “We’ve always appreciated a soft, comfortable silhouette, but we’re champions of clothes that fit. But fit doesn’t have to mean very tight or very loose. Fit comes down to what makes a person look better.”

Balance and proportion are key to getting the less-strict look right; not everything you wear should billow. “For me, the relaxed silhouette looks best when it’s just one item,” said Ami’s Mr. Mattiussi. “Either trousers or outerwear, not both.” In his fall show, he paired baggy trousers, tapered a bit to get a just-so drape over the shoe, with fitted bomber jackets and close-shouldered coats.

Stefano Pilati, head of design at Ermenegildo Zegna—a proponent of looser tailoring since he masterminded Yves Saint Laurent’s menswear in the mid-2000s—endorses the same strategy, romantically calling it “an exercise of style where formality and leisure breathe the same languid allure.”

Translation for those who don’t speak Pilati-ese: A roomy and rounded coat that might have belonged to someone’s grandfather draped over a fitted turtleneck sweater and slouchy-but-still-slim pants, as seen in Zegna’s fall collection.

The formula of voluminous coat over a trimmer ensemble is probably the easiest way to dip into this trend. There are many coats to choose from, it’s much easier to slip the new models over a suit, and the level of commitment is lower: You can always take a coat off.

“Comfort,” a word that historically has a tenuous relationship with high fashion, comes up a lot in discussions of the current collections. “Men now seek comfort first and are rarely just interested in appearance,” said Mr. Mattiussi. “Having a light, comfortable suit or coat will definitely help make your day easier.” These clothes are more forgiving than the skinny silhouette. You may even be able to have dessert and an extra drink at dinner without worry. ( Karl Lagerfeld famously lost over 90 pounds to wear Mr. Slimane’s wares.)

The looser look is indicative of a more casual attitude—a sign that menswear’s obsession with dressing up to the nines is beginning to ebb. That’s territory that Mr. Pilati began to push into last spring with his debut collection for Zegna which featured “broken suits” of mismatched jackets and pants and unexpected sporty details like long T-shirt sleeves rolled back over suit jackets.

Fashion editor Mr. Rabensteiner has been observing the slow move away from classical tailoring for a few seasons. He recently embraced a more casual silhouette himself, reserving his more tailored “stiff” clothing for formal occasions. “In the last seven years or so, everyone was trying to be really elegant; every man in the fashion business was wearing suits,” he said. “Now I don’t want to dress in a double-breasted suit to go to work anymore. I want to be easy and comfortable, dressed for normal life.”

Though there’s no need to trash your slim suits yet, looser silhouettes also figured into the 2015 spring collections. And this summer, J. Crew—the brand that brought skinny to the masses with its Ludlow suit—introduced the Crosby, a style with more breathing room. As to whether bagginess will become menswear’s new normal? Let’s regroup in five years.


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Re: baggy pants thread

Postby germinal » Fri Nov 13, 2015 8:07 am

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Oxford bags were a loose-fitting baggy form of trousers favoured by members of the University of Oxford, especially undergraduates, in England during the early 20th century from the 1920s to around the 1950s. The style had a more general influence outside the University, including in America, but has been somewhat out of fashion since then.


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The style originated from a ban in 1924 on the wearing of knickers by Oxford (and Cambridge) undergraduates at lectures. The bagginess allowed knickers to be hidden underneath easily. The style was invented by Harold Acton of Christ Church.


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The style made a comeback in 1970s Britain, often worn with platform shoes. A popular 1970s Scottish boy band, The Bay City Rollers wore a variant of oxford bags with tartan trimmings that fell short of ankle-length.

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I've definitely heard Patrick Grant talking about oxford bags before, possibly on The Great British Sewing Bee

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Re: baggy pants thread

Postby mc-lunar » Mon Nov 16, 2015 5:29 am

spending too much time on sufu old waywts but there's gems there

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Re: baggy pants thread

Postby Julio » Mon Nov 16, 2015 11:12 am

once the question of pegging cuffs to tweak volume enters the equation there's a lot that can happen tbh
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Re: baggy pants thread

Postby meatjacket » Fri Nov 20, 2015 3:25 am

these are fun to play around with, I wish they were about 2" longer tho

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pockets are prety wide, enough to fit a camera and deep enough for most of my forearm
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