There will be a time each summer when it will be too warm to wear jeans. Jeans may feel right one day, the next day, denim and the fabric tightness may feel too much. So, a cooler alternative is always sought after. This is when chinos come in. They’re the warm-weather alternative to jeans, also with added versatility. They have a smoothness that makes them a bit livelier than jeans, thanks to their unnoticeable pockets. They are available in solid colours with no fade lines. Let us look at the ways to look good in chinos in this blog.
Choose Relaxed Ones
When talking about chinos, do not think about only the trousers, think of chino jackets. For those summer days when half the office is away on a holiday, and the rest of the office is thinking about going on holiday, a casual gear dressed up with a light jacket should hit the spot. Pack the jacket over your shoulder while experiencing the heat during your commute. If you need to sharpen up your appearance, the jacket will render you ready for a meeting or a last-minute dinner reservation.
When we think of chinos, we normally think of trousers with a somewhat narrow cut. If you’re not into the tight-trousers and yet fancy breaking free of your daily denim, the wider shape is as cool as it is comfortable. This is a good balance play for Men on the shorter side because a wide leg pant gives the illusion of a longer leg. Chinos don’t have to be preppy. With modern proportions and sizes, you need to mix and match to set a new fashion and give your wardrobe a new life.
Blacks & Textures
We all appreciate and love navy, tanned and khaki chinos, but black chinos are a workhorse. As a matter of fact, people love being able to just sport something black and know it will work. Black chinos with a black sweatshirt or sweater is a look that many celebrities have been wearing for years with valid reasons. It is easy to pull collectively and won’t show too much wear if you’ve got a busy day.
Chinos apply an amazingly smooth weave, which is a component of the reason they are so versatile. They go nicely with other smooth fabrics, but look especially superior when paired with something texturized and three dimensional. A blazer with a tangible and visible grain is a perfect foil to chino's close weave. The textures add retro touches, trousers with a bit of a pleated front, and a tie makes the whole thing to perfection.
Mix it up with accessories
Chinos have a classic look, yes, but that doesn’t mean they won’t mix seamlessly with cool and buzzy accessories. Chinos can complement anything, if you have an ugly sneaker or boot, match with the right chino to give life to them. Wear a heavy coat with chinos to stand out in a crowd. Chinos when styled right, can be the calm shielding player to your more ornate accessories. Don’t let their innocence fool you. They’re here to assist. We hope this blog will help you paint the town with your Chinos Fashion.