Universal Works was co-founded in 2008 by David Keyte (formerly of Paul Smith and Maharishi) and inspired by his working-class childhood in the Midlands of the UK, during which his father and uncle would also don their workwear for dress-up occasions. With products influenced by military and task-oriented silhouettes (like bakers’ jackets and laborers’ chore coats), the brand’s apparel is both practical and stylish. Their Drop Crotch Fatigue Pants offer a loose fit, with a long front rise (with a zip closure), as well as waist adjusters for the most comfortable fit. Made from 100% cotton, the corduroy fabric feels both soft and sturdy, making them an ideal garment for the transition into autumn and winter. Price is in Pounds.