Sewn in creases


#1

I was at the tailors getting my trousers fitted and they asked me if I wanted my creases sewn in. I said no. Bud was just wondering what that was and if they actually look like creases or obviously fake. Just seems weird to me


#2

If the tailor is good you’d never notice, but don’t tell your Wing WO !

One of my colleagues has them in his no. 2 trousers and it’s very hard to tell!!


#3

Can you tell if you looked hard enough , my creases are reasonable anyway just interested tbh!


#4

This is another does it matter if they are?
Ironc that in a day and age when people look for all sorts of reasons and use all sorts of things to not do things, this can be sneered at.


#5

Almost accepted practice in the old OG lightweights… looks a bit silly in blues in my opinion, and is really no better than having poorly pressed creases anyway.
It isn’t a magical “knife-edge” parade-ready solution. One still needs to press one’s trousers anyway (to remove the knee and crotch ‘I’ve been sitting down’ creases), so what does it actually achieve?