I bought 3 pair, the other 2 fit fine,but the black ones were too tight in the waist. Hey Chris, No worries.
Fashion rarely makes any sense. Thanks for the clarification about the camo cargo pants. Cargo Pockets that looks too sporty and juvenile are my type.
Thinking of making good judgement in buying cargo pants from now. Olive cargo pants and light gray polo shirst can look really good. Just make sure the gray is warm and not cool. You can learn more about colour matching, and cool and warm colours in my style course. How about dark brown suede chukka boots with this specific cargo: Since the light cargo pants have a cool colour, they would look their best with footwear in a cool colour too.
Black, grey, and navy coloured chukkas are all cool coloured. Where can i find the cargo pants used in the summer casual or the bbq in the park im looking for this exact one where can i buy it? I am looking into making cargo pants. Now I know what to focus on and what to avoid.
These are very helpful tips. I was looking for this particular info for a very lengthy time. Thanks and good luck. Do you know whee I can get the ones in the picture? A parka jacket is definitively something I could see myself wearing with a pair of cargos. Disagree with the strap bit. You can wear your white cargos pants the same way you wear your other cargo pants.
I might be able to give you more concrete advice. With a red shirt, I would have worn green cargo pants, as green is the complementary colour of red. As for shoes, if the shirt and pants are warm coloured I would have picked dark brown … … and cordovan dark red , or black if they are cool coloured.
Learn more about how to find clothes that look good with your outfit in my eBook. At the very least, all other parts of your outfit should be on point — fitting perfectly. Would you recommend that, given all of these dangers, men should just avoid them entirely? Wearing cargo pants for men is tricky indeed and you need a steady hand to pull it off successfully.
Olive cargos are great to wear with beige, yellow, warm reds, and oranges. Also, I would have picked brown, beige, or burgundy shoes or boots, as this usually looks best with green. Learn more about which colours to wear and match in Style Genesis. But if you could recommend something else that looks cool and kind of dashing, it would be appreciated. Another good alternative to T-shirts is henley shirts.
They are long sleeved, collarless shirts, with three buttons in the neck. They can be worn under a hoodie or any casual jacket and is perfect for cargo pants. To learn more about underwear options you can check out my style course.
If it is because the thread that fastens the buttons rub against your skin, I would try to wear a sleeveless undershirt under the shirt. Perhaps that would work. Instead of folding the cargo pants, I simply tie the draw string at the hem tight. Also, I would have opted for the grey cargo pants, as they look better with black boots than the khaki cargo pants. Dress in what makes u happy, and who cares what other people think because one can never please everyone — please yourself.
When I dress in an outfit that makes girls want to date me, I dress in what makes me happy. Then too, do I dress in what makes me happy. If I had never bother learning about style and how to look better, I might have been happy and comfortable today …. How do I know? I have tried both and I have never regretted becoming more aware of how I present myself to others. Putting a little effort into looking your best is always a good thing.
The jacket is one of my wardrobe favorites. I would like your opinion on what shoes to wear with a black cargo one with a blueish hue. Occasion is mostly casual, hanging out with the guys, bike rides, nothing formal. Cargo pants sound perfect for those occasions: Black, navy, and even dark red converse would be a great colour to combine with those cargo pants.
My thighs are larger than the average guy, so I always wear cargo pants. Reading this article has made it a lot easier for me to wear them stylishly. I see your point. For any other occasion, I would wear the shoes and boots suggested in the article.
The pockets do look pretty good, though. Plus, part of the point of cargo pants is the military look — that includes camouflage patterns. Ahh … the best shoes with cargo pants should be casual. Think sneakers and casual ankle boots. I would wear some sort of wool or technical socks that reaches just above the top of the boot shaft to avoid chafing. I drive Uber and felt that tan pants are okay to wear. Calif, white shirt but that is maybe not best choice. Uber most likely want slacks and a shirt, but most drivers wears a polo.
I really believe jeans are ok, but what shade of blue? You buy light blue but then find out darker seems a little cleaner look. After reading this post: I get the feeling that you should minimum wear dark blue jeans — or chinos which is even better — and a solid coloured polo shirt with no or very small logo.
For shoes, I would wear black leather shoes as they look semi-dressy and matches your dark blue jeans. So what should be the exact dimension of slit cut cargo pockets? I am about 5 ft 6 in, medium built.
My cargo pants have slit cut pockets that are: I thought that leather chelsea boots would be a good option to switch between a casual style and a more dressy style. But at the same time, I want to continue wearing my cargo pants. What do you suggest? Thank you and sorry for the length. I think they would work nicely with cargo pants, but have you considered to buy them in plain leather, rather than suede?
This might be a good way to sidestep the suit dilemma since they then will look good with both dressy and casual pants. You may have saved me. I initially thought they were cool. But after reading your work I must admit that I must reconsider. Oh and one thing I have discovered is that in style and out of style is subjective. Who paid you to write this? Is this some sort of JOKE?
I agree with you, cargo pants have been out of style for a long time and are not regarded as smart casual in any way …. I will now buy my cargos keeping all the information provided. That really depends on three things: Baggy pants will balloon out over the edge of the boots in an unattractive way. Very bulky boots and regular or slim cargos, can make the boots look out of proportion and too big. If you would like to achieve a classic style, pants are most practical and classic when they fall on the outside of the boot shaft, where they can stop water, dust, and insects from entering the boot itself.
Ran across your article while searching to see if it was even legal to wear cargo pants anymore. As the site you recommend is out of dark beige, can you suggest other brands? Can you suggest also brands to stay away from? I do not have any fashion sense, but your article does help out. While this is durable, it is also less comfortable to wear and it makes the cargo pants noisier. In most countries you can buy them online: Hey that is great, I hope you found what you were searching for.
If you have questions just let me know. I fly airplanes for a living. My checklist is 5 items when I leave my domicile. Those blue jeans stile pants my girlfriend likes are worthless when it comes to carrying anything in your pockets.
The "grain" color more-closely matches a light brown on two "desert camo" military shirts I have. I intend to use these--at least some of them--for miscellaneous wear, as well: If you need some cargo pants for everyday wear, work, outdoor activities, tactical pursuits, etc.
Just be sure that you try them on before buying, as the inseam lengths are deceptively short. For example, I typically wear "-length pants, but either the 30" or 32" are perfect. A perfect fit for a very choosy person.
You may think I'm overly perfectionistic but you may also learn something. Anyway, I've tried many different kinds and brands of cargo pants but none of them 'worked' except for Wrangler's Legacy cargo pants. I have an exact idea in mind of how I want my pants to fit and look. I want pants that do not fold over at the waist when I put my belt on and latch the buckle. I do not want pants that are so long, they look like 'bell bottoms'.
I do not want pants that are a perfect length when I stand but way too short when I sit. I do not want pants that always look like I wore them to bed.
I want pants that do not ride up my buttocks. Those five things are the criteria for me. If 32X34 was the same fit for every brand and style, I would've found the perfect pants a long, long, long, long time ago.
Black-color attracts lint - x29 size diff. My complaints concern this Black color since they seem to attract lint and things and it's hard to look clean and fresh with little white stuff stuck all over your pants. Takes just a minute or two to fix that right up - but in the darker colors the lint will find you. JackJoe, October 17, Purchased them online and received them within 6 days through the APO post office.
During a 5 year period of time I have purchased only 6 pairs which have lasted me this long. That was a really good return on my money. The reinforced pockets have held up great as most start to rip at the pocket seams after repeated washings.
Great pants, great price. My job working with steel has destroyed all my old jeans, so I was looking for a cheap yet durable replacement that fit me. Man, have I ever. They're loose and comfortable. Have yet to tear where as my old jeans got shredded in a hurry. Not stain proof of course, but clean up well and stay in shape after multiple washes. I started out with 2 pair of the camo on a whim, figuring I'd destroy them in a hurry but they were cheap enough to buy more since they fit me and were so comfortable when trying them on.
That was a while ago and I'm still wearing them. I have since bought more of them, in camo and the dark color for work as well as the light khaki for going out. These have totally phased out my other work pants and I couldn't be happier. I bought my first two pair from the store since I'm usually a hard fit 40x34 usually, but the 40x32 works fine in these , but have ordered the rest online and they all fit equally well. Just honestly have nothing bad to say. Bighik, May 5, Good work pants for industrial enviroment.
I use these at work as an equipment operator at a nuclear power plant.
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