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|THE FRENCH FLY||TAPED SEAMS|
|The nifty tab-button closure distinguishes a high-quality pair of trousers from your everyday variety. The zipper is attached to an extended waistband, which takes stress off the zipper and ensures that the front lies flat.||Seams are pressed, with their edges taped or piped for reinforcement and to keep them lying flat.|
|LINED WAISTBAND||LINING WHERE IT COUNTS|
|The waistband is lined to maintain its shape. Options include a split seam and a V-notch in the back so the trouser can be altered for a perfect fit.||Cuffs add weight and draw attention to the line of the pants. If you're on the short side, forego the cuffs. Cuffed trousers should have a straight hem; an uncuffed hem should be longer in back, hitting the lower heel.|
|PLEATS (OR NOT)|
|Pleats provide a touch of volume to the top of your trousers, which helps if you're a man of powerful build. Today, though, most trousers – even when they come with a suit – are flat|