These trousers were made in Japan, are 100% cotton, and go with just about anything. They are breezy and unchallenging; you can move about and be physically productive. As far as classic white, button-up trousers go, this one is shockingly detailed: it has an off-white, ribbon-like fabric lining the length of its sides (which can conveniently tighten the cuffs); it has oval-shaped buttons that recall a honeydew shade; it has a sash along its waistline, which is secured by a visibly silver button on its side; it has proper-sized pockets (my absolute favorite) that seem attached rather than cut into the trousers, as is customarily done.
People are afraid of white trousers, and I understand why. It’s extremely vulnerable to any form of impurity. However, I genuinely believe it is an essential piece of clothing -- a closet staple. And this pair is the way to go.
Waist -- 73 centimeters
Hip width -- 95 centimeters
Thigh width -- 62 centimeters
Knee width -- 53 centimeters
Front rise -- 34.5 centimeters
Back rise -- 42.5 centimeters
Inseam length -- 66 centimeters
Total length -- 97 centimeters
Caring instructions: I’d personally urge you to dry clean this item. If you wish to wash it in water, please make sure the temperature is cold and that you wash it with similar colors. Do not immerse it in water for too long. If you are using a washing machine, please place it in a protective cleaning net. If you wish to iron it, please do so with a protective cloth over it.
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