It's just a style that I really, really love.
I love straight-fit slacks that fell on a pintuck.
It's a bit more refreshing.Semi slacks are...
I love you even more.
It's a very, very small fit that narrows down as you go to the bottom.
It's not like it's from the late 1980s.
There's a unique refinement that's hard to explain.
The basic size came out in a relaxed.
It has a comfortable fit, doesn't wrinkle, and it's a variety of styles.
It's an item that fits well.
95% polyester 5% spandex
Glossy, sticky material. It doesn't wrinkle too much.
Let's make it heavy!I don't want to pour it into a falling material.
It feels comfortable to wear.
With the double pintuck on the front, I'm going to put this on the waist and stomach.
I gave you plenty.
It's more stable with a point on the belt loop.
Hold the waistline.
With a dart line at the back of the waist and a Gucci pocket,
When you wear it, the line that comes down from the waist to the hip is smooth.
It looks pretty.
It's not a straight fit or wide fit, but it gets narrower toward the hem.
It's a semi-fit.enough to match sneakers
is the size.
I think it was the pants that I wore the most on a recent live show.
It goes well with various styles.
For sweatshirts, of course!a fluffy blouse, crisp shirt, loose shirt,
Loose knitwear, slim fit top...
It's harder to pick something that doesn't suit you.
* Recommended size
S: 55–55 and a half/ M: 66 (28–29)
It's about half the size.
I'm totally 66 right now, but I fit well with S, too.
But if you have a lot of belly fat, don't go down in size.
Like the Pintuck wide pants that I always introduce,
It's cool to just dress in a relaxed.Think of it like this.
This material is very easy to wash and take care of, too :)