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Mansfield Trouser in Garden Maze Print
Mansfield Trouser in Garden Maze Print
Mansfield Trouser in Garden Maze Print
Mansfield Trouser in Garden Maze Print
Mansfield Trouser in Garden Maze Print
Mansfield Trouser in Garden Maze Print
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Mansfield Trouser in Garden Maze Print

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The Mansfield Trouser made in our Garden Maze Print which was hand drawn in our studio with inspiration taken from original gardening plans from the Regency Era. Final production trousers will be all green and won’t feature the blue and red parts of the pattern.

Made from 100% Cotton Twill, feels like denim, with a velvet bow with front splits, features our Lovers Eye embroidery on the back pocket.

“It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in possession of a good fortune, must be in want of a wife” could be the most famous line ever written in English Literature and it’s legacy has inspired this collection. Our prints reflect a rose-tinted frolic through the English Countryside inspired by Regency high society’s outdoor pursuits of the day, imbued with a celebration of nature in line with our renewed appreciation of the natural world. Explore the scandal and pleasure of Vauxhall Gardens, take a leisurely stroll through the Maze Gardens, maybe even admire some of the County Seats of a certain dashing eligible bachelor. Shapes are formed from our own interpretation of Gentleman’s riding coats, tea-dresses worn with Spencer Jackets for picnics at Box Hill and what we like to think of as a female dandy of the time with “superb self-confidence.”