- Apr 29, 2014
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I think now is a good time embrace the wide leg - 8.5" is nothing! hem them up and let them swing!
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Tight / slim is on the way out. I've basically mothballed anything with less than an 8" hem. Loose, antifit denim is where it's at...I’m having an identity crisis. The jeans are too long and arguably a bit too wide. They cuff poorly at least. I could have them hemmed, but risk making them even less attractive. I could also taper them, but I feel that violates some sanctimony around buying repro, as you start really messing with the seams.
Burgus Plus, the house brand of Hinoya, are relatively slim by rep chino standards. MiJ and reasonably priced. Their standard, 401z, is fairly low rise though. 402 is higher rise but only available in a couple colors compared to the 5 of 401.Hi friends, what are some good slim-slim straight khaki chino I could wear to work? I'm wearing Japanese Americana up top with like 20$ gap chinos on the bottom
I have the 401s, excellent pants. They used to use a nice, thick mercerized cotton. Lowish rise, I agree.Burgus Plus, the house brand of Hinoya, are relatively slim by rep chino standards. MiJ and reasonably priced. Their standard, 401z, is fairly low rise though. 402 is higher rise but only available in a couple colors compared to the 5 of 401.
I really like those. I honestly think a raw hem might be awesome. but also they look great as is