It’s cold. The days are a little shorter. The music on the radio has shifted from ordinary time to music about reindeer, elves, and the North Pole. It’s officially Christmas season, which means that there’s a lot that will be expected out of you this month. You’re going Christmas shopping, you’re going to buy office gifts, you’re going to have to get back home to see family and—oh yeah, you’re going to have to dress for the season, too.
Since Christmas season involves family get-togethers, religious services, and the like, there’s no better time to invest in a pair of Tailored Trousers: a pair of suit-ready pants that fit snugly and look good. Tailored Trousers will give you plenty of leg room—pun intended—for dressing up to the nines when those formal occasions inevitably roll around. Secure a solid pair of tailored trousers for yourself and you’ll never have to worry about looking good in a suit again. But which trousers are best not only for your wardrobe, but for this Christmas season? Let’s take a look.
Super 100’s Gabardine Flat Front
Flat front is all the rage in trousers, even for formal occasions like Christmas mass. But these flat front trousers have the added benefit of 100% wool construction, which means they’re warmer than they look—which is perfect for chilly winter days when you’d rather be wearing snow pants than formal pants. There’s just one question: which color to pick?
- Tan and Navy are the most versatile options. Navy goes well with brown, white, charcoal, grey—heck, if you can name it, it probably goes with navy. Much the same is true of tan or tobacco, which respectively form the lighter and darker sides of khaki.
- Black is the most formal of the bunch and ideal if you want to wear a black or charcoal suit. It’s not hard to give black a splash of color with a plaid scarf or a bolder button-down under a black peacoat, however.
- Stay away from white until spring and summer, when it will come roaring back with a vengeance.
Getting the Best-Fitting Tailored Trousers
One thing remains: these are called tailored trousers, after all, so they’d better fit snugly if they’re going to live up to their name. We recommend that you take a look at your best-fitting pair of trousers and try to rustle up as many measurements as you can; failing that, head to a tailor and ask to have your leg measurements taken down precisely. It won’t cost you much and you can use those numbers over and over again when buying online. Make sure you secure a number for each of the following variables:
- Bottom Finish
Then, head to a product like this Wool Flannel Flat Front pair of tailored trousers, select your favorite color from the bunch, and enter in your measurements. Voila! You’ll now have a well-fitting, weather-appropriate, Christmas-ready pair of trousers that will have you looking good this holiday season.