An original pair of French workwear trousers made by 'Bleufrance Crepier' which date from the 1950s.
These trousers are typical of those worn by men in France in the Mid-century period and were popular with farm workers, labourers and artisans amongst many others. They are cut with a wide leg and mid rise as was the fashion during this period. They feature a waistband and belt loops to the top and pockets on the hips whilst the fly fastens with buttons. The rear of the trousers features a single pocket which fastens with a single button and a spanner pocket is located to the right leg. There is also a small ticket pocket underneath the waistband which is another nice period detail.
Inside the trousers the original label is still present and bears the maker's name of 'Bleufrance Crepier'.
The trousers will suit a 31" waist and when laid flat the trousers measure -
Waist - 15 3/4"
Rise - 17
Rear rise - 16"
Inside leg - 29"
Outside leg - 38 1/"
Cuff - 8 1/2"
The trousers are in good condition for their age with plenty of signs of wear, use and fading. There is a large repair to the front left thigh but on the whole they are still a very wearable pair of trousers. Please study the pictures and remember that these are a pre-worn pair of vintage work trousers which may have other small issues consummate with their age.
A nice pair of mid-century work trousers which would make a great addition to your wardrobe!
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