Farah Vintage Slacks Trousers

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Published: 24th November 2010
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The brand Farah was introduced in the 1920s but it wasn't until the 70s that in the UK it reached its defining cult status, which it holds today with many people of all groups and ages.

The original Farah slacks trousers were made from the hopsack canvas and became an immediate hit with the youth of Britain. These trousers were sharply tailored, slim cut and featured technology that made them stain resistant. For clothes of this time they were unlike anything available.

Momentum for Farah grew more in the late 1970s and the early 80s and became a must have amongst fashion savvy groups including the mods, skins, and rocker billys. Farah Vintage clothing was soon seen on the balconies at gigs across the whole UK music scene with each groups interpretation of the Farah brand being turned into their own style and in turn built key Farah items into what have became their definitive looks. Iconic and key items included the Farah slacks trousers and Farah vintage polo shirts. Farah Vintage clothing came to represent a sense of elitism amongst all groups while generating respect for anyone who displayed the now famous "Farah F tab".

In today's fashion conscious world, the Farah Vintage label still holds all of the heritage and vigour it stood for many years ago with a whole new generation of men throughout the world being introduced and drawn to the brands history and who are now inspired to rediscover the distinctive look for themselves.

In 2010 Farah Vintage launched a new amended fit on the Farah slacks trouser based on a 80s classic hopsack style that harks back to the 80s but actually fits around the waist like any other modern day trouser.

For many people who back in the early 1970s and late 80s couldn't necessarily afford the Farah Vintage clothing, this is now the time for them to go back to the brand and establish themselves with Farah mills trousers and Farah vintage polo shirts.

For more product, classic brands and information on Farah Vintage please visit www.80scasualclassics.co.uk.

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