These houndstooth men’s trousers with slim fit leg have a fun elegant yet sporty look and feel. Ideal to create different looks. We executed these funky elegant sporty men’s trousers in a black and white houndstooth woven fabric. It has some stretch to it, which makes these trousers for men comfortable in wearing. The trouser has a low crotch cut which adds to the uniqueness. The side seams are decorated with strips of a raw edge shiny satin, which give these elegant sporty low crotch mens trousers a sporty twist. The side pocket entrance is executed in the same black satin fabric. The inside seam has a black satin strip which adds to the comfort of the cut and because it’s a contrasting black fabric its also a decoration element.
The houndstooth trouser has an elasticated waistband with adjustable drawstring, which adds to its comfort. It also provides you with a perfect fit to your shape and style. These fun and yet chic trouser has a zip fly closure.
How to style these houndstooth men’s trousers with slim fit leg
These pants have a nice balance between chic and sporty. This mix gives the trouser its elegant chicness. The decorated side seam gives these trousers the sporty touch. Because of how we constructed these trousers it is easy to create different looks. Chic and elegant or just sporty, or both!
Combine these fun trousers with our extra long bamboo long sleeve and black sneaker. This way you have the accent on the trouser. Style these houndstooth trousers with a black long hydrophilic button down shirt for a modest but fun appearance. To pull off a less sporty look loose the sneaker and put a flat black chic shoe with track sole.
For a more relaxed look combine it with our black sweater with v-neckline. All goes well with these fun trousers for sure.
History of houndstooth fabric
The black and white abstract checkerboard pattern with a vague resemblance to a chicken-foot print known in French as the pied de poule and in English as houndstooth, first appeared in the 1800s in the Scottish lowlands. Then, it was called Shepherd’s check or Dogtooth, and was mostly used on woven wool cloth outerwear for sheepherders. Today, the duo-tone pattern can be found on everything from tweed jackets to designer stiletto heels. From 1959 Christian Dior began incorporating the pattern into his designs. Rather than weaving the pattern, as was the style of the British, Dior and subsequent designers, including Louis Vuitton and Chanel, would instead print the distinctive shapes onto fabric for their women’s wear collections.