The Fred Perry x Richard Nicoll Cream Trousers are a regular tailored fit. Our measurements are approximate though should offer some assistance when choosing your size:
ALL MEASUREMENTS ARE IN INCHES. 1 INCH = 2.54 cm
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Simple cream cotton trousers from the Fred Perry Laurel Wreath collaboration with Richard Nicoll.
With a straight, pleated leg, deep side pockets and a subtle embroidered Fred Perry logo above the back pocket. Dress up with evening heels for a smart Summer feel.
ALL UK ORDERS ON OR OVER £100 WILL BE SHIPPED FREE OF CHARGE.
Triads will normally deliver your order within 2 working days (UK). Special Next Day Delivery is also available upon checkout (Ordered before 4pm, Special Delivery items will be delivered the next WORKING DAY before 1pm). Saturday Delivery is also available upon request.
All UK orders are dispatched using our reliable courier service, Interlink. Interlink are a popular service with many advantages, one of them being their handy 'one hour time slot' notification which sends the customer an SMS specifying the hour in which their parcel can be expected.
European orders are £10.00 per order (Maximum TWO pairs of footwear per order)
Rest of World orders are £15.00 per order (Maximum TWO pairs of footwear per order)
In the late 1940s, Fred Perry was approached by Tibby Wegner, an Austrian footballer who had invented an anti-perspirant device worn around the wrist. Perry made a few changes and invented the sweatband. Wegner's next idea was to produce a sports shirt, which was to be made from white knitted cotton pique with short sleeves and buttons down the front.
Launched at Wimbledon in 1952, the Fred Perry polo shirt was an immediate success. The brand is best known for its laurel wreath logo, which appears on the left breast of the tennis shirts. The laurel logo (based on the old Wimbledon symbol) was stitched into the fabric of the shirt instead of merely ironed on.
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