The Joe Trousers are one of a few examples of men's trousers that do not have a waistband. The Hollywood waist became popular in the early to mid 1940s and is intended to worn just below the ribs. This type of waist treatment on trousers is defined by the fact that the top of the trousers are not sewn into a waistband, but has facing, once tacked onto the inside of the trousers, finishes the edge. Due to the fact the trousers are worn so high on the body, wearing suspenders to maintain the trousers placement is a necessity. You will find also that the trousers have a very long rise consistent with the period. The brown and creme pinstripe poly-rayon pants have double pleats that are set into a natural tapered leg and have set in side pockets. The adjustable side tabs cinch the the trousers in at the waist.
Brown & creme poly-rayon pinstripe:
Dry clean only.