Color-wise, there is always the most classic khaki or navy chino. You can’t really go wrong with neutral and earthy tones, but here is also your chance of expressing yourself based on your personal preferences. A mid to high rise is generally more flattering and definitely advisable if you plan to wear the chinos with a sport coat. Men’s Chinos are probably the most versatile pants you can wear, easily dressed up with a sport coat, shirt, and tie, paired with some well-polished oxford shoes, and equally easily worn with just a t-shirt and sneakers. This means they work excellently in most modern work (or work from home) or school conditions as well as a go-to option off-work. You can have your John Henric chinos hemmed to your preferred length but also wear them rolled up. Jacket, shirt, knitwear, t-shirt; chinos open up for almost endless opportunities.
Chinos in a neutral color, combined with a navy jacket, a well-ironed dress shirt, and a subtle tie provides a classic and professional look. The unique print pocket square adds that extra touch.
A cashmere turtleneck sweater and chinos ultimate comfort yet sophisticated. Sticking to colors like rust, green, and earthy tones give a warm and pleasant vibe and a casual appeal while looking effortlessly composed.
The navy chinos and the light blue button-down shirt provides a solid base for this cozy down to earth look. Adding a layer of merino knitwear in a classic color adds not only warmth but a level of sophistication to the look.