These slim fit men's trousers feature a mid waist, are slim through the thigh with straight legs and a narrow hem opening. Ideal for slim body shapes.
The Sturrock is a suit influenced by a true winner in the fashion world. Tartan; an enduring, heritage style that never goes out of the public eye. This pair of men's suit trousers combine a vintage feel with a smart, modern men's suit for a man with character.
With a flat fronted design, slim, straight legs and a narrow hem, the Sturrock green, red and black tartan checked suit trouser features a rich colour scheme and best of British look to create the ideal mixer suit jacket to combine, enrich and enliven your look with a combination of other Gibson London Products.
With wool rich fabric and a coin pocket, this three piece green tartan pair of trousers features elastane for an extra stretch, ensuring a more durable, flattering silhouette.
Our statement collection for 2019 is built to be refreshing, eye-catching and unique. Inspired by men's heritage suiting, this collection of men’s new season clothing is designed to capture the style and eclectic fashion of London past and present.
Seeking a fresh new look? Try a mix and match with our range of patterns and fits in Trousers, Jackets and Waistcoats.
Gibson London. Built for Mix and Match.
Model is 6'3", a 40" chest and 32" waist.
Product code: G19206RT
Fabric: 60% Wool 38% Polyester 2% Elastane
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"By far, this is my favorite tartan purchase (olive drab on a black background with fine lines of gold and red). Somehow it seems bold and understated at the same time. And as usual, it has Gibsonâ€™s tailored but generous (Steve) â€œMarriottâ€ mod fit and fabric quality. I bought the three piece suit off â€˜em, but will mainly use these as mix-and-match pieces."