All the comments here had me worried about the fit of the Signature line. From my quick comparison of the chambray work shirt to a J Crew flannel shirt, the fit is pretty much the same for size small. The LL Bean shoulders are a tiny bit wider, but the rest of the shirt seems the same size. Normal Bean shirts are gigantic, with a small being at least the same size as J Crew's medium. I can at least wear this, although it's still not slim. But the shirt is still going back. I tried the deep loden color, thinking a green chambray could be interesting, but the color looks really bad on me. At least it confirms that when the fall line comes out, I can get some Bean flannels, I'm not just relying on J Crew anymore. But I'll also be checking Land's End Canvas, they fit me better than J Crew or LL Bean Signature.
Trying to decide whether or not I want to keep them - my concern is they kinda look to much like the blue in my naked and famous weird guys which I wear a lot. They looked great with some chinos/grey denim - but not sure.
They are comfortable and very soft - seem to be of good quality.
Just wondering if it would work as a decent khaki cotton summer suit.
I bought the pants in 34/36. At 6'5" 212 with thighs and butt that are a little too muscular for most "designer"pants, these are still loose. The rise is higher than the current norm, but not obscenely so. If I had paid more for these pants, I'd have the legs slimmed. The opening is pretty big.