The fit and color of your khaki are the most important things to be considered before planning a day out in these military-inspired pants.
Having said that, the current trend may call for various pockets to be placed on your pants, but if you’re on the heavier side, or have extra pounds on your waistline or a belly bulge, dump the tight fits. Gone are the days when khakis were those loose, baggy pants. The new khakis are a fashion statement with a straight fit. Tight fits and chinos are in and available in plenty.
These pants can not only make a part of your summer collection but also of the winter one as they are light weight outfits. Khakis come in different colors, brown and beige being the most common ones, but latest trend has them in the hues of tan, green, cream, and gray. True khaki is made from cotton, but these days, it is available in corduroy fabric too. Khakis with 4 pockets are perfect, so don’t unnecessarily pack yourself in a 10-pocket pant!
Here are some tips to wear these regular, business casual pants to get that extra
As students, it is not possible for us to buy new outfits every day. But with a little creativity and style you can make it seem like you are wearing something new daily. All of us should have some basic evergreen styles in our wardrobe. If you have the basic styles, you can always mix and match to come up with new cute school outfits.
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- Keep things simple and trendy. Don’t wear anything over-the-top. Thesignificant point here is to keep it simple, clean, and elegant.
- It’s great to follow the latest fashion styles, but it is also important to adapt to the trends that suit your body type. Otherwise you will end up looking like a major trend-chaser.
- Always remember to keep the focal point on one piece of clothing. Do not try to include too many aspects in your outfit.
- When you are choosing footwear, try colorful trendy sneakers or cute ballerina flat shoes. Opt for shoes that are comfortable, instead of pencil-high heels.
- Dress up with “confidence”. If you don’t have it, fake it. When you are
The Uniform Project
Sheena Matheiken, a Brooklyn-based design professional, undertook the challenge of wearing the same LBD (7 identical versions of it) for 365 days as an exercise in sustainable fashion. She reinvented the dress with layers and accessories. The project was also a year-long fundraiser.
That’s called mix and match for a cause!
We’ve all been there. Days when our beds are strewn with all the clothes we own, and yet, we stand in utter disgust and irritation at having nothing (absolutely nothing) to wear to work/ the club/ drinks with friends. It is a situation that comes with so much frustration that it often ends in either wearing something absolutely hideous because you just can’t be bothered anymore, or indulging in some major retail therapy because, well, you don’t have anything to wear. Get out of that style rut. There is much more in your wardrobe than you have ever realized. All you need to do is de-clutter a bit, make a few good sartorial investments, and say hello to your best friend on the whole wide planet―mixing and