I discovered a new liking for the glen plaid pattern and went ahead to make a pair at Joe’s Tailor (Located in Golden Shoe Carpark). A review on them will be done soon!
For now, here are some pictures of the Glen Plaid pants:
As this is my first pair of glen paid, I have chosen light brown as a background colour with a muted glen plaid design – one with thinner lines. This gives a subtle look from far and only upon closer inspection, one can see the glen plaid pattern
Fitting of the Glen Plaid – Good tailors will always find time to help you do fitting for your pants. This is ensure that you do not end up with a too baggy or too skinny look.
Notice the pins along the leg. This is done to create a tapered look.
A good pants has to be paired with a good shoe. I found that in Ed Et Al’s latest shoe collection – The Rochor.
Ed Et Al – http://www.edetal.sg/
Never forget to impose your own style – in this case, one of the belt loops has been fashioned with a button hole.
Till the next time. One Glen Plaid at a time.
The Asian Gentleman
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