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post #871 of 1824
I've had multiple pairs of H&M pants rip, fwiw
post #872 of 1824
Just noticed the grammatical error in the title. Should be Slim Fit Khakis/Chinos I think Anyone, can anyone recommend some that have interesting patterns on the lining so that when you cuff they add a little flare?
post #873 of 1824
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Originally Posted by GraphicNovelty View Post
I've had multiple pairs of H&M pants rip, fwiw

+1

also stitching coming apart and horrible fading after one wash
post #874 of 1824
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Originally Posted by mike868y View Post
Just noticed the grammatical error in the title. Should be Slim Fit Khakis/Chinos I think

Anyone, can anyone recommend some that have interesting patterns on the lining so that when you cuff they add a little flare?

been looking for this as well, i know jpress has some but not online.
post #875 of 1824
yeah I saw those posted somewhere and checked their website but couldn't find them
post #876 of 1824
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Originally Posted by mike868y View Post
Just noticed the grammatical error in the title. Should be Slim Fit Khakis/Chinos I think
yeah, the possessive apostrophes shouldn't be there

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+1

also stitching coming apart and horrible fading after one wash

What do you people do to your clothes / use to wash your clothes? People are always talking about how H&M disintegrates... I Don't wear much H&M any more, but I've never had that happen after one wash... fuck I had a couple of those $9 slim polos a couple of summers ago that I must have worn/washed 25+ times each over the summer and neither ever came apart or faded at all.
post #877 of 1824
h&m is nice for those cheap v-necks and some basic outerwear on discount everything else quality wise is not worth the money unless its a peice you really think will mesh w/ your wardrobe. experience has shown that their items also shrink like shirts. meis: i think most of the time people do not know how to do their own laundry =\\
post #878 of 1824
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Originally Posted by mike868y View Post
Just noticed the grammatical error in the title. Should be Slim Fit Khakis/Chinos I think

Anyone, can anyone recommend some that have interesting patterns on the lining so that when you cuff they add a little flare?

ironic when you have grammar mistake too in your post.
post #879 of 1824
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ironic when you have grammar mistake too in your post.

At least do it write...
post #880 of 1824
Alright so I got my Baron Wells chinos in from the sale. I'm generally a 30 in pants/trousers (32 for slim pants like Mabitex/Incotex with lower rises) and they turned out a bit too restrictive in the top block. I should have gone with my gut and got the 32 or at least one them in 32. Waist was fine, but thighs I could have used another 0.5" of room. So they're up for sale (check my sig), for some lucky member. Aside from that, here are my thoughts:

- well made
- great weight (5 oz. twill) and nice fabric
- taped seams are fantabulous
- full button closure (and the tortoise color accent is a great touch)
- very slim in the top block

So if you have slimmer legs or if your thighs are less muscular or simply on the small side, these are a dream for you. I'm so dissapointed b/c the orange color is awesome. They do fit a tad better b/c the thigh has an extra 0.25" of room compared to the navy pair, but still a tad tighter than I'd prefer. Even with that I'm still contemplating keeping the orange pair b/c of how money the color is. Perfect for spring/summer and fall.

If you like Epaulet chinos, these are right up there with them, just slimmer in the top block.
post #881 of 1824
^Sorry to hear they didn't work out. And thanks for posting a review. Now I've got the brand on my radar. In fact, I'd have snagged those navy ones off you if I'd seen this earlier. The orange ones look good but a little out of my steez level.
post #882 of 1824
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At least do it write...

donut keep mann down!
post #883 of 1824
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Originally Posted by pickpackpockpuck View Post
^Sorry to hear they didn't work out. And thanks for posting a review. Now I've got the brand on my radar. In fact, I'd have snagged those navy ones off you if I'd seen this earlier. The orange ones look good but a little out of my steez level.

No problem. I thought I'd be out of my league with the orange, but no way, perfect shade. Tee shirt and sneaks would even elevate steez level with these. Embrace color, man.
post #884 of 1824
I'm on the same page as tonio -- my Baron Wells stuff got here today, and the orange chinos in size 30 are too tight in the thighs for me. I'll be throwing them up in B&S sometime later, but if anyone is interested, drop me a message. Like tonio mentioned, the color is fantastic. I usually avert colors, but the orange is definitely something that could be easily pulled off. In the summer, anyway.
post #885 of 1824
fml i missed out, would've bought the 32' in navy/brown thanks for review tonio. on the look out
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