Recently, a new pair of trousers from the fine folks at Bills Khakis appeared on my doorstep. Although Bills began 25 years ago with a handful of khaki trousers, the company’s offerings have expanded far beyond the narrow confines of that corporate nomenclature.
To wit, these trousers, which have been made in a seersucker fabric with a narrower than normal blue stripe. They’re the flat front M2 model, which is the middle option in Bills’ slimness continuum, and are still made in Pennsylvania.
This is my third pair of Bills, and once I have cuffs installed, I’ll post some pictures of the trousers in full deployment.