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Are the chinos expected to stretch like the denim?  I'm assuming the answer is no.....?   I'm a 33 Slim in the jeans, so would that translate to the same in the chinos?
    Wore my new Oka Standards today with my AE cappuccino cordovan Macneils.   Loving the Oka Standards thus far :D
Eh, not a big fan of the cuffed look. I understand some people like it, and that's fine for them, but I don't like it with my own personal style of dress outside of the seldom occasion. I've got a pair of APC's, Nudie's and another pair of Gustins (italian greenline) and only the Gustins needed hemming. I took those to a local place with sub-par results.Stacking, as I understand it, is just wearing them as-is (34" inseam) and letting the jeans bunch up on top of my...
For those of you who have had your Gustin jeans hemmed...I have a quick question: I'm getting them hemmed at AB Fits. I'm 6ft tall, 170ish lbs and typically wear 33" length pants/jeans. I am getting a pair of Oka Standards (slim 33) hemmed. According to Gustin they should currently have a 34" inseam. Would having AB Fits take 1" off (making them a 33") be acceptable? As a side note, I don't intend on rolling them. What have others done? Thanks!
Does anyone wear their tan Eagle County's in a business casual setting?  Mainly for wet weather....
I agree, but buying a $150 jacket when going into the warm months may not be a top priority item.
I just backed a Gustin shirt....hopefully the large fits alright.  I purchased a medium last year and given my build (6ft, 170lbs, athletic-ish) the medium was far too tight.     I also backed the latest run of the Okayama Standards.....can't wait :D
Damp cloth and brush after each wear, and I hit them with saphir reno two or three times per year.
Wow, those CXL Macneils are incredible looking!
Does anyone have a picture of their Okayama Standards in Straight fit?  Might be able to pick up a pair and was curious to the look and fit as I only own slims from Gustin.  TIA!
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