In a monochrome multi-houndstooth pattern the Briston trousers have all the makings of a classic, yet they subvert tradition in a dramatic yet wearable way through a broken Prince of Wales pattern.
However, the most admirable quality of these expertly crafted trousers is their Escorial wool and silk construction. This ultra-rare premium wool variation dates back to 1560s Spain; the distinctively curly hair of the El Escorial sheep created a luxuriously soft cloth that was revered in royal circles. It was only 200 years later that these sheep were allowed to be bred outside of Spain, in Saxony; now there is only a small number of flock descendants left located in Australia.
These trousers match with our double breasted Briston jacket to create an exceedingly dapper yet fashion-forward ensemble.