Copper Ultra suede Button Flap Front Steampunk Tapestry Pants
Also known as trousers, slacks, strides, kegs, kex, britches, and/or breeches. Up to that point, about when the 1700's became 1800's, men had ran around, often in wigs, in stockings and knickerbockers. Which was kind of silly and, more to the point, a bit chilly and not so great for riding horses. Huzzah, then, for the creation of pants. And this was the style: the "narrow-fall" pant, (the "fall" being the flap), which was the style in which pants closures had looked since 1750.
Not only do these particular trousers evoke a bygone age with more than a bit of swagger, they also are arguably more comfortable, especially for the gentleman who finds his ahem frontal area usually squashed in typical pants. Adjusts with a lacing gusset in the back.
Partially lined around the front flap and gusset. As seen on uncle sam, willie wonka and beethoven. Constructed of copper ultra suede.
This item is made of thread and belt, buttons, love, fusing, belting, ultra suede, rayon. The style is steampunk and victorian.