The 1910s men's silhouette was very slender in nature. The clothing fit very closely to the body in order to create a thin streamline shape. The trousers are stitched in a dark brown, wool garbardine. They are flat-front with narrow, straight-legs. The front of the trousers have not only cut-away pockets but also a small double welt watch fob pocket that is a miniature version of the pockets found at the back of the pants. The trousers are worn higher than modern pants and the rise is much longer.
Dark brown wool gabardine:
Dry clean only.