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From their new SS12 collection Escapism , Natural Selection revisits the classic army chino by adding some subtle upgrades. In this Survival of the fittest war, the buckled leather cinch tabs and the waistband buttons will be very appreciated by chino lovers, especially those who want their style to look elegant and distinctive. Faded… Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.
For once, let us dare something a bit more colored than usual for our bottom. I have found the expected piece from B-Store, with a sober green color that you could certainly match in your casual or preppy outfits. Going for B Store would always be a safe bet in term of cut, quality and… Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.
Tapered fit chinos from Wood Wood (which we surprisingly never talked about). I did recently have the occasion to try them, they don’t fit as loose as they can seem. One thing I’m sure about, they’re really comfortable and match perfectly some hi tops. £95 from Endclothingno validationandno comment yet for this article.
This summer is going to be flooded with colors, a godsend to us. Will you dare wearing coloured pants like those chinos from Vanishing Elephant? The Australian label created in 2009 is becoming a surer bet year after year. The main reason for such a success : their create classic pieces with modern cuts and… Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.
Few time ago, I have noticed this pair or trousers from Scotch and Soda. Unfortunately, almost all sizes are gone, luckyest one could find their own one. Anyway, they would perfectly match the boots we’ve previously talked about. What a cool thing ! The brand included some removable braces on the trousers, I’d keep them…. Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.
You don’t necessarily need to pay gigantic sums to get quality pieces. That’s what I realised when I picked up these chinos in my nearest Gap store. By the way, the brand is a perfect compromise between price and quality for any basic piece…. like for example some navy chinos! Althought they’re cotton made, they… Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.
The least we can say about those trousers is that they look quite unusual. Opening Ceremony know how to make excentric items, here is the best proof of it. Their dark brown cords wash confirms what I was first saying, see this look? It briliantly matches the Rachel Comey boots (we’ve already talked about them)…. Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.
Guarantee of a certain quality in jeansmaking, Edwin is rising to the same rank for chinos. They still use Japanese materials for their pants. Same cut is kept for the chino version of they famous 77 cut : slim-tapered legs. It looks they have finely-worked on the 6.5o cotton twill fading. And it comes out… Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.