Perhaps. But here at Fairclough, we know that the cuff never really left. In the past few years, the Journal explains, a classic, creased cuff has been making a comeback in popularity after previously falling out of preference in the world of menswear.
The cuffed pant has always been a mainstay of fundamental Fairclough style. A carefully-done cuff provides a tidy finish that hints, rather than announces, that a garment has been tailored with thought. This indisputably complete detail is precisely the reason that Fairclough customers have continued to wear the properly-cuffed pant so well over the years.
So, will the "return" of the pant cuff really mark a "revival of American tailoring" in mainstream menswear? That yet remains to be seen, but one thing's for sure: as menswear traditionalists, we'll be the first to welcome it back.