Three Ways To Wear Flannel Trousers In Summer

To coincide with the launch of our premium flat-front flannel trousers, we wanted to explore some easy ways to style any new trousers appropriately for the warmer months. 

Below, we will discover more about the luxury Loro Piana fabric used across our flannel trouser collection and delve deeper into three stylish ways to wear flannel trousers whilst keeping cool this summer.

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WHAT FABRIC DO WE USE ON OUR FLANNEL TROUSER COLLECTION?

Our trousers use semi-worsted flannel virgin wool, offering a premium fabric, clean hand-feel and luxurious finish. This delicate fabric ensures the trouser have a natural texture within the wool fabric, whilst ensuring a clean drape across your legs.

Our stunning textured flannel fabric comes from the world-renowned Loro Piana, who have been a leader in fabric manufacturing for over 100 years. The family-run business has been making fine fabrics for six generations of skilled craftsmanship. The fabric used on our flannel trousers is a wool and cashmere blend, ideal for impeccable trousers that fit perfectly.

The Perfect Weight
Our flannel trousers have been designed and produced with our partner mills of highly qualified and expert craftsmen. The luxurious virgin wool fabric used across the collection comes with a substantial weight of 320g, this ensures that the trousers are breathable and regulates your body temperature in the hotter months.

HOW TO STYLE YOUR FOOTWEAR WITH FLANNEL TROUSERS

Typically, flannel trousers have a 2-5cm rolled hem to create a brilliant, layered finish to the trousers and differentiate them from formal suit trousers. This means you can easily show off your smart summer footwear with ease.

Loafers
We would always suggest opting for a loafer with your flannel trousers in summer. Loafers are a classic slip-on style of shoe that does not feature laces or other fastenings. They are typically made of leather or suede and shaped like a moccasin with a flat heel.

Loafers can be worn with traditional socks, liners or without either. We suggest having a barefoot with your shoes in the summer months, as this means your feet will stay cool. The fact your ankle will be slightly on show with the raised hem of the trousers will also help regulate your temperature.

WHAT CLOTHING ITEMS TO WEAR WITH FLANNEL TROUSERS IN SUMMER

Flannel trousers are incredibly versatile and work perfectly with all types of summer clothing, such as shirts, polo tops and tailored jackets, offering a smart-casual finish to any outfit. In addition, the subtle texture found within flannel means it will complement most commonly used summer jacket fabrics such as cotton and linen. 

Below we explore three classic items that in your wardrobe to easily pair with your new flannel trousers.

Navy Tailored Jacket
Grey and navy are perfect complementary colours, both cooler in tone, meaning they work within most menswear outfit settings. A navy jacket is extremely versatile, meaning it can be dressed up or down depending on the shirt or jumper layered underneath.

Flannel trousers add texture and warmth to any navy jacket look, which will ease you from desk to dinner. The textured fabric within flannel will complement any natural jacket fabric, such as linen, for a superb finish and eye appealing look.

Further Reading: Complete Guide To Navy Jacket

Short Sleeve Polo
The short sleeve polo is a summer classic, smart in appearance but with a relaxed finish. Our collection of short sleeve polos are under 200g in weight, designed to be super lightweight and durable to wear in all seasons. Simply wear this item with flannel trousers as your outer layer in hotter months for a smart-casual finish. Perfect for any summer dinner setting.

Explore Further: Shop Our Polo Shirt Collection


White Oxford Shirt
Oxford shirts are a staple item in any gentlemen's wardrobe and provide a classic yet versatile look across all kinds of outfits. Oxford fabric is a soft cotton twill that can be dressed up or down depending on the occasion.

Worn with a smart jacket, oxford shirts create a timeless look that pairs perfectly with any flannel trousers. The pairing of an Oxford shirt with your flannel trousers means it will be suitable for work and more formal occasions.

Simply remove your jacket and unbutton your shirt slightly to create a casual look if required. An open collar, as shown below, creates a less formal look, whilst a button-down collar paired with a grey cashmere tie offers a smart outfit with your trousers.

 


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WHAT MAKES OUR FLANNEL WOOL TROUSERS SO SPECIAL?

1.  Our trousers use the most delicate semi-worsted flannel virgin wool sourced from the beautiful mills of Loro Piana. This ensures it’s high in quality, has a clean hand-feel and offers a luxurious finish. Our high-end trouser fabric offers a natural texture within the finish, drapes perfectly across your legs, and feels ultra-delicate to touch.
2. Our stunning textured flannel fabric comes from the world-renowned Loro Piana, who has been a leader in fabric manufacturing for over 100 years. The family-run business has been making fine fabrics for six generations of skilled craftsmanship. The fabric used on our flannel trousers is a wool and cashmere blend, ideal for impeccable trousers that drape perfectly.
3. We take the utmost care in the design execution of our flannel trousers, which results in truly remarkable levels of detail. Within the collection we offer our trousers with a flat front pleated fold and side adjusters as standard. All our fabric is yarn-dyed in house and put through an extensive testing process to ensure the quality is second to none. Our flannel trousers come in three timeless menswear colours, offering you full versatility with any outfit.
4. Our flannel trousers have been designed and produced with our partner mills of highly qualified and expert craftsmen. The luxurious virgin wool fabric used across the collection comes with a substantial weight of 320g, this ensures that the trousers are breathable and regulates your body temperature in the hotter months, whilst also keeping you warm in winter.