Chino - Ivory cotton twill

Just as you can't do without flannel trousers and jeans in your wardrobe, you shouldn't miss out on good chinos either. Ours are high-waisted, made of heavy cotton twill and pair perfectly with blazers, sweaters, shirts and tweed jackets.


- Belt loops
- Zipper fly
- Plain Front
- Slanted pockets
- 2 welted pockets
- Turn-ups (unmissed)
- buttons for braces
- Lining unlined


- Heavy twill made from 100% cotton from Brisbane 580g/m
- Unpolished two-hole horn buttons


- Please note that all trousers and chinos come unhemmed.


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Size 44 EU
350,00 € Sale Save

This product is Made-To-Order. The delivery time is approx. 4-6 weeks.

You can get this product, and many more, from us exactly according to your specifications and dimensions. Simply book an appointment with us in Berlin, Cologne or at a trunk show.

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Our Shirts

Our MTM shirts (much like our suits) are created in a strong house style. Allow us to explain the specifics of the cut.


The silhouette of our shirts is narrow without ever seeking to be tight. Always starting with the customer’s individual measurements, we sculpt a silhouette with a slender waist and a powerful chest, while the skirt tends to be quite long and wide, to further accentuate the waist and to guarantee the shirt won’t ride up out of the trousers.


The shirt is cut close through the back without darts, while optimal width distribution prohibits the shirt from being too tight in the front. And, through it all, the key maxim remains that freedom of movement should never be restricted.


Our shirts lie flat on the chest with none of the tell-tale signs of tightness (e.g. tension on the buttons, pulling of the shirt fabric, etc.). To achieve this look and promote freedom of movement, we generally rotate the armhole forward.


Short shirts are not our cup of tea. We cut our shirts longer than the wearer’s seat and, generally, they feature a straight hem. In combination with our high armholes and our recommendation for high-rise trousers, the shirt will never ride up out of the trousers.