The classic pleated trousers are a long, plain and usually very elegant pants for the fashionable man. The specially cut and mostly made of cotton men’s trousers is comfortable and makes especially good on fine footwear.
Classification of the category pleated pants
The pleated trousers are probably a classic of men’s clothing, but also the ladies has discovered the factual-strict line on the leg for themselves.
Like so many fads, we owe the existence of the pleat to chance. By the time the jeans became socially acceptable in America, a textile merchant was forced to serve a very busy customer.
At that time the trousers were neatly folded in high stacks one above the other. Unfortunately, the appropriate size for that customer was right at the bottom of the pile, and as the vendor pulled it out, there were longitudinal folds pressed in through the stack on the middle of the leg over the entire length.
The customer must have really been in a hurry, because he paid and moved the new acquisition immediately to go through the rest of the day. Of course, he caused a great stir, but the unusual look pleased, and henceforth, there was a lively demand for the “wrinkled” leg dresses.
Today, the pleats on the waistband (it starts at the waistband) give every pair of trousers a chic, serious touch. In addition, she stretches the leg visually – this effect was also Marlene Dietrich to use, although she actually did not need it. Fortunately, the pleats on modern trousers do not have to be cuffed in with difficulty, but are already fixed during production and fixed to the waistband and hems.
Nevertheless, it is a good idea to hang the pleated pants always according to the folds over hangers. A professional cleaning also guarantees the long hold of the same.