Tag: Trousers

Matching Your Trousers to Your Jacket, James Bond Style

Because the jacket is more of a focal point than the trouser are, people choose their trousers to pair with a jacket rather than a choose their jacket to pair with...

Anthony Sinclair Pink Shirt and Grey Trousers from Mason & S...

In honour of this year's 50th anniversary of You Only Live Twice, I got an Anthony Sinclair shirt and Anthony Sinclair trousers from Mason & Sons to replicat...

Trouser Support Illustrated

Still confused about your options for trouser support? A reader of this blog asked for an infographic of how James Bond holds up his trousers, and while this illustr...

Roger Moore’s Infamous Flared Trousers

Roger Moore's trousers in his 1970s James Bond films are notorious for their flared or bell-bottom legs. Though the flares were most exaggerated in The Spy Who Lov...

Comparison: Suit Trousers in the First Two Bond Films

Throughout the 1960s, Anthony Sinclair tailored all of Sean Connery's suit trousers in the same style. They have double forward pleats, the traditional English-sty...

Frogmouth Pockets

Frogmouth pockets, also called western pockets or full top pockets, were popular on trousers in the 1960s and 1970s. As opposed to traditional on-seam or slanted p...

Poll: Do you wear turn-ups?

Permanent turn-ups—known as cuffs to the Americans—have come and gone through fashion over the years. The standard advice given on whether or not to hem trousers w...

Darted Trousers

The one style of trousers that people never talk about is the darted front. We always hear about pleats versus no pleats, but darts are left out. A dart is essen...