6 Rules to Owning a Pair of Chinos
Thursday, June 4, 2015
How to Wear Chinos
First let’s get a few things out of the way:
The Color: Khaki is a color, Chinos are a pair of pants. With that said, wear your chinos in as many colors as humanly possible. Women will appreciate that. The more insecure man, will become jealous.
Pockets: A good pair of chinos have only 4 pockets, two up front, and two on your rear. Anymore and trouble starts to brew.
Wrinkling: Light wrinkling is a common trait of a pair of chinos, so embrace it.
Pleats: Please don’t…just no, don't do it.
Ok, now that we got those formalities out of the way, lets talk about the 6 easy rules to owning a pair of chinos. Remember, friends, with great style, comes great responsibility.
Chino Rule Number 1: Never roll your chinos up to your calves, why would you do that? Less be confused with a clamdiggers. Now there are exceptions to every rule, being at the beach is one of them. Why are you wearing chinos to the beach? We digress, but if you are, its ok to roll the cuff.
Chino Rule Number 2: Pleats are a straight up, horrible, instant way to look like you haven't a clue on what is going on in this world.
Chino Rule Number 3: Chinos are like fine wine, they get better with age. So don't fret over that scuff. It shows experience, and ladies like a man with experience.
Chino Rule Number 4: A uni-body suit of khaki colored chinos is probably not a good idea. Unless you are in the following professions:
- Garbage Man
Chino Rule Number 5: Chinos are the most comfortable pants in the world.
Chino Rule Number 6: Your Grandfather wore chinos - get on board son.
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- Brent Kraus