just a few designers have shown wide trousers as soon as two years ago. well, now you can see them in almost every current menswear collection.

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craig green is one of the pioneers who has been showing oversized trousers in his collections already for a while.

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thomas maier tried to bring the trend back ten years ago, but maybe it was still too early.

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when i grew up baggy pants where the only trousers you were allowed to wear, otherwise you would get beaten up in the skatepark ;-) i got my first one from homeboy – which was the go-to-brand back in those days. somehow there was more of a fashion culture relying on brands when i grew up. kids didn’t have the thrill to go for cheap fast fashion hauls to fill their bags at shops with no face and just copied styles. let’s bring a bit more slow fashion and appreciation for good design back!

i got these woolen joseph baggys on sale (still a good thing if you’re opting for quality pieces, but don’t want to spend a fortune). this pair is really comfy and still features a very sleek look, which i find quite important with baggy pants. also make sure to tuck in your shirt and pullover – this is also back again!

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