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post #1831 of 1839
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Originally Posted by redboat View Post
 

How are those Brooks Brother's slim fit chinos working out for you? Curious about the fabric and how the fit compares to other chinos.


Sort of a WTF pant.  More skinny than slim (shockingly skinny actually), which I wasn't expecting since they're from Brooks Brothers, which isn't exactly the hippest place.  Could be a great pant if they redesign it with a proper fit.

 

Luckily, I was able to grab a pair of somewhat slim pants from J Crew for ~$20 this weekend.  If they have them in your size online, you might want to consider grabbing a pair.

post #1832 of 1839
From my experience, slim chinos are pretty easy to find. Any common stores (i.e. malls, department stores, outlets) that sell slim wool pants? I'm thinking the most convenient place for me would be Macy's?
post #1833 of 1839

someone can tell me how are the quality and fit of Asos slim fit chinos?

post #1834 of 1839
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Originally Posted by clotheshorse69 View Post

From my experience, slim chinos are pretty easy to find. Any common stores (i.e. malls, department stores, outlets) that sell slim wool pants? I'm thinking the most convenient place for me would be Macy's?

BR. Aiden slim fit. GAP Lived in Slim fit.

 

I'm a pretty slim guy except I have wide hips so I can't wear these pants unfortunately but these pants are good for anyone seeking slim fit pants.

post #1835 of 1839
Anyone with experience with Banana Repubs Aiden chino....can you recommend a better quality brand but fit wise similar to these? Maybe in the 70-120 dollar range. Thx
post #1836 of 1839

I bought some lived in straight khakis from GAP, size 32x28. I really wish they sold them in 32x29 since I feel they are just a tad short: I see a lot of sock (more than I'd like, anyway) when I sit down. Feel is great and the leg opening isn't giant like Docker's D2. I have too much thigh for D1s.

post #1837 of 1839
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Originally Posted by catlettsl View Post

Anyone with experience with Banana Repubs Aiden chino....can you recommend a better quality brand but fit wise similar to these? Maybe in the 70-120 dollar range. Thx

Epaulet. 

post #1838 of 1839

Similar style and fit to the Jcrew Bowery Slim but better quality?

 

https://www.jcrew.com/mens_category/pants/chino/PRDOVR~21606/21606.jsp

post #1839 of 1839

Wondering if you guys have any quality chinos in a saturated, warm, caramel/mustard color to recommend? I've been looking at the Epaulet Rivet/Driggs and Unis Gio so far:

 

http://epauletnewyork.com/collections/bottoms/products/driggs-washed-duck-canvas-caramel

http://unisnewyork.com/collections/bottoms/products/gio

 

It's just really hard to tell what they actually look like in real life, since every photo makes them look different. (And I've been burned before by ordering some different ones that turned out to be a plain, dull khaki.)

 

Basically, this color = good

 

 

this = no thank you

 

 

Thanks!

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