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Someone at work asked for a shop to get some quality casual trousers, I suggested to get unfinished trousers and then getting them altered. The discussion went further into the leg length.

Almost all of my trousers, jeans and chinos are tailored to a similar length; but the former sitting lower. Although two of my casual spring/summer trousers sit a bit higher, they meet with the shoe so you can see a bit sock; not Thom Browne length, they are too high.

How you wear your casual trousers, spring-summer, autumn-winter or both?
 

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Someone at work asked for a shop to get some quality casual trousers, I suggested to get unfinished trousers and then getting them altered. The discussion went further into the leg length.

Almost all of my trousers, jeans and chinos are tailored to a similar length; but the former sitting lower. Although two of my casual spring/summer trousers sit a bit higher, they meet with the shoe so you can see a bit sock; not Thom Browne length, they are too high.

How you wear your casual trousers, spring-summer, autumn-winter or both?
ToryBoy:

Same as my dress trousers (maybe slightly higher): straight across starting at the top of the heel in the back. Trousers (even casual) should be long enough to cover your socks when you walk.
 

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Flat fronts have ....

a slight break with trouser bottom slightly tapered so they are longer in rear, no cuffs. Pleated trousers have a medium break with bottom slightly tapered to rear, no cuffs. All cotton trousers are flat front and about half wool trousers.
 
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