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      • Anonymous says:

        literally anything else

        https://i.imgur.com/0gtcS28.jpeg

        She likely hated you towards the end, does this mean you hate yourself?

        yeah it didnt end up working with her but among other things that the relationship taught me, the jeans thing stuck with me

        • Anonymous says:

          I have khaki and gray jeans/chinos too. Time and place for everything. Khaki show stains more than dark blue jeans.

          • Anonymous says:

            You get Chinos in like 50 different colors. But besides khaki, navy blue, olive, brown and grey are just as good. You can’t go wrong with these colors.

          • Anonymous says:

            Sois are too fat and lazy to wear chinos. I have always been a jeans guy, but wearing chinos every now and then isn’t bad either, especially during spring and summer. Not to mention, chinos are made of cotton twill just like jeans. And you can get them in heavier weights as well. So they will feel like jeans but not look completely casual like jeans. It’s hard to dress up jeans much even if they’re dark wash, but you can with chinos.

          • Anonymous says:

            >but not look completely casual like jeans
            i’m just curious does anyone know the period of time where people started associating chinos with "being dressy"?
            because originally they were pretty much strictly utilitarian work pants the kind of thing you’d see a railroad worker wearing or something.
            1970s? or right after the war? i’m curious.

          • Anonymous says:

            Probably after WW2. Khakis were originally military uniform, first used by the Indian soldiers in the British Indian army during the 1850’s. They used to dye regular cotton twill pants with dirt and tea to camouflage them better in the Indian dusty and arid environment. They were later adopted by the rest of the world. After WW2 The American military apparently had a surplus of khaki twill rolls lying around, so they pumped them into the civilian market. And they became popular among regular people because of their patriotic appeal.

          • Anonymous says:

            trousers > chinos
            hypebeasts and chudlets made those cringe it’ll take 10-20yrs to recover.

            do his pants feel tight around the hips when he shoves his hands in both pockets

            they probably don’t

          • Anonymous says:

            are they snug on the waist looks loose
            i feel like when i really shove my hands all the way they get tight in the hip region my wrists are in there too and pockets are jeans style

          • Anonymous says:

            Chinos are also American.

            https://i.imgur.com/8xqz7UD.png

            Probably after WW2. Khakis were originally military uniform, first used by the Indian soldiers in the British Indian army during the 1850’s. They used to dye regular cotton twill pants with dirt and tea to camouflage them better in the Indian dusty and arid environment. They were later adopted by the rest of the world. After WW2 The American military apparently had a surplus of khaki twill rolls lying around, so they pumped them into the civilian market. And they became popular among regular people because of their patriotic appeal.

            It’s what the American soldiers used to wear and popularized. What’s more American than the American military that brings freedom and democracy to the unwashed savages of the world?

        • Anonymous says:

          i used to wear chinos but they’re too heavily associated with immigrants. makes me think of an extremely out of the loop pajeet or something. the looser cut pleated pre-war style of chinos aren’t bad but they don’t work with my frame.

          • Anonymous says:

            are you sure it’s not because they’re leaving their shirts half tucked in like they just finished taking a leak in order to show off the beltline and zipper area

        • Anonymous says:

          aren’t chinos the same exact thing as jeans anyways?
          >both 5 button format
          >same cuts
          >both cotton
          so one is just a different weave, chinos are just lightweight jeans

          • Anonymous says:

            chinos are 4 pocket not 5, have slash front pockets, hidden back pockets, more tapered waist, more hip flare, thinner belt line etc
            >chinos are just lightweight jeans
            they’re both twill weaves. both the same. chinos just tend to be made in thinner fabrics these days.
            here’s a chino pattern made out of indigo x indigo denim

        • Anonymous says:

          This is a US thing, right?
          I see a lot of US tourists with either too much break or too high, you also wear them with sports trainers and that looks so hecking shit lmao

          • Anonymous says:

            I’m not an American so I wouldn’t know. But cowboy cuts having more break kind of makes sense, because when you sit down (especially on a horse) the legs of your pants will slide up. So having some extra material at the bottom will ensure that your legs are always covered from waist to ankles/heels. Zoomers these days love wearing cropped pants that barely touch their ankles. It looks pretty lame to me, kind of like women’s jeans.

        • Anonymous says:

          Chinos suck. They make you look like a loser corporate drone and they’re too casual for some settings and too formal for others.

          • Anonymous says:

            This. Chinos are the worst type of pants to wear on both and females for a multitude of scenarios

    • Anonymous says:

      ive had 3 ex gf’s and quite a few hookups tell me my momotaros are the first thing they noticed when they first saw me. its always the jeans or the hair. i’m a schizoid so the only time i talk to females is when they approach and hit on me.

    • Anonymous says:

      She’s right. I don’t know of any garment has ever been as played out as jeans are right now.

      >Chinos on the other hand are military wear that trickled down into the civilian fashion
      >he doesn’t think military civilian fashion is LITERAL government slave pleb tier

      anything military inspired is zog as heck, from the haircuts to the clothing, hecking conformist

      Calling the best half of men’s fashion ‘zionist-occupation government’ is supremely stupid, go back to your containment board you absolute gay.

  1. Anonymous says:

    helmut lang used to send his promo collections out to buyers and the press with a pair of levi’s. chino’s are literal pleb tier. you shouldn’t even be on this board if you wear chinos lmao

    • Anonymous says:

      Sweatie, it’s jeans that were invented for literal peasants and coal miners. It doesn’t get any more plebeian than that. And you can see every peasant and beggar across the world wear jeans. They’re literally the uniform of the unwashed masses, because they’re cheap as heck and will last for years and even decades (especially if they are plastic blend). Chinos on the other hand are military wear that trickled down into the civilian fashion. Any time people don’t want to look like plebs, they wear chinos or slacks or any other kind of pants except jeans.

      • Anonymous says:

        >Chinos on the other hand are military wear that trickled down into the civilian fashion
        >he doesn’t think military civilian fashion is LITERAL government slave pleb tier

        anything military inspired is zog as heck, from the haircuts to the clothing, hecking conformist

        • Anonymous says:

          Zog or not, most military shit is built to last, because it needs to withstand all kinds of abuse. So you get some decent quality, if it has the proper build quality. Also, trench coats, pea coats, bomber jackets, cargo pants, waist belts, aviator sunglasses, field watches, and even the hecking crew neck t-shirt, all come from the military. Are those zog as heck too?

          • Anonymous says:

            denim has all those traits too
            this is a silly argument btw.
            you know how you sometimes see denim pants referred to overalls even though its clearly not what we describe in the current day as overalls with a bib and such?
            its because originally you were meant to wear denim pants over your normal pants typically a pair of khakis/chinos/etc.
            historically it wasn’t khaki vs denim you probably wore both.

          • Anonymous says:

            All that fading and irregular coloration makes denim extremely casual. You can’t "dress it up" that much unless you have one that has both the warp and weft dyed in the same color. And historically denim were the pants of the "rebel" and "bad boy". Especially after they were popularized in the 1950’s by actors like James Dean and Marlon Brando who played characters like that. Before that they were work wear for miners, farmers, construction workers and cowboys. Chinos were the regular casual pants after WW2 until jeans overtook them in the 80’s and 90’s.

          • Anonymous says:

            so being more casual makes denim worse?
            level of casuality assigns value to a garment in your mind?
            so like, why don’t you just dress in black tie every day if its obviously the end game of fashion?

            >Before that they were work wear for miners, farmers, construction workers and cowboys.
            that’s who wore chinos before ww2 too though?

          • Anonymous says:

            >level of casuality assigns value to a garment in your mind?
            No, according to OP a light wash pair of jeans (or jeans in general) goes with anything. I’m saying that chinos are more versatile and can be worn in almost every occasion, more than jeans.

            Chinos suck. They make you look like a loser corporate drone and they’re too casual for some settings and too formal for others.

            Chinos are as formal or casual as the rest of your outfit.
            >they’re too casual for some settings and too formal for others.
            And jeans will always be too casual and never formal enough. You can throw a sports jacket or a blazer on and make chinos formal. You can wear a t-shirt with them and they will be pretty casual. But jeans will always be casual. Even if they’re dark wash. They will not go all that well with more formal pieces, just due to their texture and rugged appearance.

          • Anonymous says:

            >No, according to OP a light wash pair of jeans (or jeans in general) goes with anything. I’m saying that chinos are more versatile and can be worn in almost every occasion, more than jeans.
            oh, that’s completely correct.

          • Anonymous says:

            These have got to be the best ex-Vietnam surplus I’ve ever bought I wear them almost everyday

  2. Anonymous says:

    Ok I am resurrecting this thread to ask what are the best high rise jeans I can buy below $100. Please help.

    • Anonymous says:

      wrangler cowboy cuts
      one of the best high rise cuts at any price and the mount vernon mills broken twill fabric is insane for the price you pay.
      the next step up would be something like tcb 20’s which would be more than 100 but not that expensive.

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