Alexander Mcqueen

Alexander McQueen does the combat trouser right:



You can play around with other combat trousers, even attempt to buy surplus and get them altered.  I’ll venture a guess though and say even at skilled-Asian-lady-who-inexpensively-alters-like-a-finely-tuned-matcha-powered-machine prices, all the details you’ll want duplicated on these trouser are going to run you a grip.  In addition to the high cost of labor, you’ll also run the risk of being judged by her for not having your priorities straight – Whoa whoa easy there, I thought we had an arrangement?  You take care of the alterations I’ll take care of the looking good.

£485 ($774 USD) over at Oki-Ni.  I don’t know about you guys, but I’m done saying I’m done playing.  When I need combat trousers I’m hollering at my dude Alex McQueen for the hookup.



Until the end of time, designers will not leave these iconic military jacket designs alone:

At least the suede is on the top where you are less likely to come in contact with something dirty.

I don’t like how McQueen deviated from the original MA-1 bomber jacket design with the collar.  The stand up collar doesn’t work as well as the original collar in my opinion.

$2550 over at Mr. Porter.