Inspired by 1920's farmer work trousers. Based on the corduroy overalls often worn by farmworkers in the old days, the version is improved.
Early pants are high-waisted, most of these trousers lack “YOKE”, that is, there is no triangle stitching cut under the back waist. The waist of the trousers has buttons that can be used to tie the suspender, and there is an adjustment belt in the middle of the back waist to adjust the waist and hip circumference. It’s also called “Buckleback”.
Corduroy fabric has inherent advantages in overall matching. Whether it's to match the workwear style to show enough rough texture, or to wear a rough tweed jacket and a thick knit sweater to make an all-out rugged gentleman, there's no pressure. Among Ivy Ivy Ivy styles, corduroy is an integral part of Oxford shirt and left shoes, which are easy to match. Simply put, these corduroy overalls are enough to keep your wardrobe from boring.
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