The painter trousers is an iconic piece that goes hand in hand with its matching jacket. The jacket was first worn by workers and railwaymen and since 1968, students and other classes of the society have seized the trend. In the 19th century, the outfit consisted of a simple blouse and a belt. It then evolves towards overalls since it was viewed as more practical and protective. Eventually, the outfit evolved into a new form: a two-piece work suit with work blue jacket and trousers.
Our version comes in a pre-washed and sunny dried 100% Cotton. More specifically, our fabric is a heavy and rigid 522G (18,4 OZ) cotton fabric produced by the Japanese company Shibaya which produces unique finishings with the Japanese traditional methods. The trousers exhibit our Grosgrain on the inside of the cuff, provided by Mokuba.
- SHARE IDEAS, HAVE FUN AND CARE FOR OUR PLANET
- DRY CLEAN ONLY
- DO NOT IRON
- DO NOT TUMBLE DRY NOR BLEACH