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low rise khakis

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by quid, Jul 5, 2006.

  1. quid

    quid Senior member

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    does anyone make them??
     
  2. kitonbrioni

    kitonbrioni Senior member

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    Prada, Dolce & Gabbana, Alexander McQueen, etc are edgy makers who do a lot of low rise pants, though it not clear any of their pants would be considered khakis. In some way, low rise khakis would be consider an oxymoron by most posters.
     
  3. Edward Appleby

    Edward Appleby Senior member

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    Prada, Dolce & Gabbana, Alexander McQueen, etc are edgy makers who do a lot of low rise pants, though it not clear any of their pants would be considered khakis. In some way, low rise khakis would be consider an oxymoron by most posters.
    Really? I've always taken khakis to mean cotton pants in a chino cut and khaki color.
     
  4. LabelKing

    LabelKing Senior member

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    Theory also makes low-rise khakis.
     
  5. gza

    gza Senior member

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    I have cotton pants in colors that fall within the khaki spectrum from Dirk Schonberger, hLam, Mason's, and Gaultier. I would describe the rise on the last pair as very low, while the other three are moderately low-rise. It would help if the OP could elaborate on what he's looking for (color, cut, etc.).
     

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