How to sew a pair of men’s trousers
Two of my favourite men’s garments come from my dad’s collection, a pair I’ve had for a long time.
They’re all classic, and I’d never seen them in my day.
“My dad always wore a pair,” I tell him.
But I’m not sure they fit well in jeans, or a T-shirt.
In fact, I’m pretty sure they don’t.
I’ve had these jeans for years, and have worn them as often as I can, but it’s never been a big deal for me.
I don’t really like the look of my jeans, and if I was wearing them in the gym, it would look weird, as they’re designed to sit higher than normal.
So I asked my dad for a pair, and he sent me a pair for my birthday.
As my dad was making the delivery, I found the size I wanted wrong on my size chart, and had to go back to the shop and get the correct size.
This made me feel slightly guilty, and, with my dad by my side, I went back to buy a pair in the store.
But then the size chart told me I had to order a size larger.
I was confused.
The store told me that, because they have a lot of stock, they can sometimes run out of mens jeans.
I looked it up online, and found that there are a lot more pairs of trousers in the UK than there are men’s.
It took me a while to get a handle on how big a deal this was, but eventually, after some searching online, I was able to track down the makers of the men’s men’s and women’s trousers.
A friend of mine had a pair made for him, and when I asked about them, I got a nice message that said: “Sorry, we don’t stock these in our stores.
We’re working on a special one.
Please try again later.”
I was so pleased.
When I got home, I tried to make a new pair of trousers that fit me like a glove.
They were perfect, and the fit was perfect.
However, I did get some advice from my Dad.
He said: “You don’t have to make new ones.
If you buy one, you can try it on and see what it feels like, and that way you know what you’re doing.
You should just wear them everyday.
They’ll last forever.”
This advice made me realise that men’s pants are so much more than a fashion accessory.
I’d like to be able to say, with absolute certainty, that I’ve never worn a pair that weren’t great.
And I’m glad I listened to Dad.