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Can anyone identify this brand of boy's school trousers please?

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Ponymagic Mon 20-Jun-16 18:10:51

Having difficulty getting trousers to fit DS (tall and very thin). He says most boys at school wear a brand with a name similar to Club 1890 - I can't find a Club 1890! Can anyone ID them for me please - wonder whether they're a line within Next, Top Shop etc or maybe they are a brand the school uniform suppliers stock.

Thanks!

FeliciaJollygoodfellow Mon 20-Jun-16 20:14:41

What age? What colour? Pockets?

FeliciaJollygoodfellow Mon 20-Jun-16 20:15:30

Found them!

Oof are they pricey! www.mccallsoflisburn.com/1880-club

Balletgirlmum Mon 20-Jun-16 20:17:26

Try club 1880

Balletgirlmum Mon 20-Jun-16 20:17:56

www.mccallsoflisburn.com/1880-club

Optimist1 Mon 20-Jun-16 20:31:09

We've got a tall skinny one in our family and I'm pretty sure his school trousers are M&S (skinny fit) - they meet his and his parents' approval, thank goodness.

Oldraver Mon 20-Jun-16 20:53:26

M+S Do trousers in different lengths that are suitable for those skinny ones with long legs

Ponymagic Mon 20-Jun-16 21:25:42

Thanks all! You did well to find them - I haven't looked at the price yet!

Age 14 but Marks 15-16 in Slim fit are too short when the hem is let down. I just had an order today of a selection of Marks trousers and even flat front, skinny is way too big on waist, bum and thighs! Will try Joh Lewis next but want to have a look at the Club 1880's too.

Ta!

Balletgirlmum Mon 20-Jun-16 21:29:16

Marks used to do 3 different leg lengths too.

Ponymagic Mon 20-Jun-16 21:31:09

Eeek they are expensive! John Lewis before those then ... the boys at school must get them from the uniform suppliers.

Ponymagic Mon 20-Jun-16 21:32:54

I think they still do Balletgirlmum but only in specific styles so the longer length in regular cut absolutely drowns him although he needs the length and, unfortunately, they don't do slim fit in a longer length. I'm dizzy from looking at them!!

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