LC Pinstripe Suit Pant
-J. Paul Getty
They were prosperous and decadent, a roaring locomotive barely skidding the tracks. The aftermath was bloody.
Want to know how shakily great this decade was? Just look at the unemployment lines at the state labor bureau in New York City in the early 1930s. They are long.
And very well-dressed. More like Friday night at The Cotton Club.
No one had a penny yet looked like a million bucks because they still had the duds they bought in the 1920s.
Yes, the ’20s were really good.
Men dressed the way you’ve always wanted to dress. In suits all the time. A three piece suit for morning, noon and night. Often different suits.
Can you imagine? Me too.
You’ll end up wearing this jacket, vest and pant separately with other stuff and also together; the parts and the sum of the parts are equally dashing.
It’s time to steal the show.
The Pinstripe Pant (No. 5085). 100% cotton sateen. Extended tab with button at front waistband. Interior French fly with button closure. On seam side pockets. Interior suspender buttons. Back welt pockets with button closure. Unfinished hem with inseam at 39” (we can hem it for you). Lined to knee.