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post #31 of 692
Hey guys,

I bought some Crate Khaki Chinos (Hamilton) and got them tapered, but now I'm finding them hard to wear casually. I have some grey Lacoste Van-type shoes which are the only ones I find go well with them. Also, what are some good colors/patterns for a top that will go well with them? Thanks
post #32 of 692
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Originally Posted by bure View Post
Hey guys,

I bought some Crate Khaki Chinos (Hamilton) and got them tapered, but now I'm finding them hard to wear casually. I have some grey Lacoste Van-type shoes which are the only ones I find go well with them. Also, what are some good colors/patterns for a top that will go well with them? Thanks

not sure on your specific style, but i love to wear light chinos with my sand colored clark's desert boots + simple light blue OCBD with the sleeves rolled up + big watch (seiko black monster)!
post #33 of 692
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not sure on your specific style, but i love to wear light chinos with my sand colored clark's desert boots + simple light blue OCBD with the sleeves rolled up + big watch (seiko black monster)!

That's funny 'cause before posting I tried on my sand clark's db and a light blue shirt (what's the difference between OCDB and a normal button down?). I wasn't sure if it suited me, I guess I just find it hard to wear the db because they seem formal for some reason. Or maybe because I'm short and have a darker winter skin tone.
post #34 of 692
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you interested?

Just trying to prevent an awkward social situation were he to find himself strolling down Christopher Street.

lefty
post #35 of 692
Heh, when I originally posted that picture there was like a 4 or 5 page discussion in WAYWT about bandanas and what they mean when worn here or there. I haven't really worn it again since then and I forgot about it until I posted the picture here.
post #36 of 692
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not sure on your specific style, but i love to wear light chinos with my sand colored clark's desert boots + simple light blue OCBD with the sleeves rolled up + big watch (seiko black monster)!

Wore the exact same thing yesterday--MTM Brooks Bros. oxford in light blue, J. Crew Slim chinos, sand Desert Boots. Great, classic look.
post #37 of 692
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Wore the exact same thing yesterday--MTM Brooks Bros. oxford in light blue, J. Crew Slim chinos, sand Desert Boots. Great, classic look.

Me too, J Crew ocbd and chinos, sand Clarks, Hamilton Jazzmaster.
post #38 of 692
The bandana aint that bad
post #39 of 692
Is it just me or are the uniqlo vintage chinos a tad too creasy/messy?

I was browsing a random blog recently and came across some dr.denim chinos which looked really good and tapered. I think they're a swedish brand, but can't really find any online shopping sites which stock 'em.

darn!
post #40 of 692
can't really go wrong with some RL slim chinos
post #41 of 692
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Originally Posted by letmebefell View Post
J. Crew classic cut for spring/summer are skinny and cheap.
J. Crew classic fit essential chinos is what I wear. I have several pairs and love them. They are cheap and provide a great fit for me.
post #42 of 692
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can't really go wrong with some RL slim chinos

Actually RL has been known to photoshop the photos on their site extensively and it's widely know that even the "Custom Fit" chinos have the potential to be quite tentlike.
post #43 of 692
a word about the jcew chinos - they often go on sale, so check your local stores. remember students get a 10% discount with student ID. their website also has a lot of sales, they add stuff randomly throughout the week. i've learned to check out the final sale section a few times a week, and i've picked up some nice argyle socks for $3, shorts for $15, slim wool cardigan for $20, a few pairs of the classic chinos for $20, etc etc. i find that their stuff fits a short person like me, nice and slim, and has great value for the prices i've been paying
post #44 of 692
Can some people just not pull off the Khaki look? I find very little goes well with them for me...
post #45 of 692
damn, i need some slim chinos as well, I live in Victoria and there is nothing.
not even club monaco could come through with something %70 off...


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