Chinos: Ultimate Timeless Fashion Style to Men

 

Chino pants, the most wearable fashion item at the top of the list. It also named “Khaki Pants” or” “Khankis” because of its colour. Chinos give you the good touch of sense and comforts, it looks straight from the side, but still, loosen enough when you wear and move around.

 

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Nowadays people wear suit and blazer of the top with chino pants, while current day trending with slim, fit designs, chinos also shaping into more narrow cuttings.

 

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Undoubtedly, chinos are classic and trendy. It suits with all kinds of colours, and it always looks good. The perfect match definitely blue. Flax shirt would also be a good match with Khakis. You can also go for loafers, brogues or any other kinds of nice leather shoes. A friendly tip, roll up your pants if it is too long, it probably looks floppy.

 
Chinos were originally designed as a standard military essential, made with cotton twill fabric. In 1846, Sir Harry Lumsden, a British army district officer in Punjab, first brought in Khakis when he noticed their conspicuous white-red cotton uniforms were too obvious to the snipers out far the dry, dusty countryside. Sir Harry allowed his troop dyed their clothes with tea (others argue with river mud) to stay alive.

Chinos were originally designed as a standard military essential, made with cotton twill fabric. In 1846, Sir Harry Lumsden, a British army district officer in Punjab, first brought in Khakis when he noticed their conspicuous white-red cotton uniforms were too obvious to the snipers out far the dry, dusty countryside. Sir Harry allowed his troop dyed their clothes with tea (others argue with river mud) to stay alive.

Street Scene, New York City, 1950s

Street Scene, New York City, 1950s

 
Deerfield Academy Class of 1961     Credit: Vanityfair   After World War II ended, piles of military goods including chino pants flooded back to American and European civilian markets. Chinos soon adopted by youngers from preppies to punks.

Deerfield Academy Class of 1961     Credit: Vanityfair

 

After World War II ended, piles of military goods including chino pants flooded back to American and European civilian markets. Chinos soon adopted by youngers from preppies to punks.

The famous photo of the 1964 Yalie with the blazer and shades, who is either wearing white chinos or extremely light khakis.

The famous photo of the 1964 Yalie with the blazer and shades, who is either wearing white chinos or extremely light khakis.

 
From left to right: J.W Anderson, Ermenegildo Zegna, Fendi, Hermès, and Martine Rose Spring 2018 Menswear Collection Credit: Vogue

From left to right: J.W Anderson, Ermenegildo Zegna, Fendi, Hermès, and Martine Rose Spring 2018 Menswear Collection

Credit: Vogue

Fashion “Godfather” Nick Wooster at Paris (Men's Street Style) Spring 2017

Fashion “Godfather” Nick Wooster at Paris (Men's Street Style) Spring 2017

While John Legend was smart to forgo dad jeans for far cooler chinos with an unexpected exposed zipper hem details, featuring his Tom Ford sneakers

While John Legend was smart to forgo dad jeans for far cooler chinos with an unexpected exposed zipper hem details, featuring his Tom Ford sneakers