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good shirt + chino + shoe combo ?

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    Chinos -----

    Shoes ----

    Thanks ... Any other recommendations?
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    Chinos and trainers.... :facepalm:
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    3rd link didn't work but judging that the shoes are from JD sports I'd say no
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    Ah, going for the 1 Direction/douchebag look?

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    Don't wear chinos...
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    This is tsr ... I should of expected them answers :lol:
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    No chinos
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    Okayyy ?
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    chinos are alright if wore with the right shoes and shirt combo...but deffo not those shoes
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    loool the dorks come out to diss chinos. yeah the trousers and top are alright but ditch those trainers! not with chinos. get some vans/brown leather shoes
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    (Original post by Nice Username)
    loool the dorks come out to diss chinos. yeah the trousers and top are alright but ditch those trainers! not with chinos. get some vans/brown leather shoes
    cheers mate i will look for them type of shoes now
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    :bump: ... need more answers asap plz
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    Chinos are hot...
    (just stating my opinion)
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    (Original post by SophF_rth)
    Chinos are hot...
    (just stating my opinion)
    thanks .... i know
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    Chinos are fine but Superdry is awful and so is wearing Nike hi-tops.
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    Shirt - I don't see a problem. I'm not mad about Superdry (the whole pretending to be Japanese thing), but it's not the end of the world.

    Chinos - They look like chinos in name only. Show me that picture, and I'd say those are cargo pants.

    Shoes - not in a million years. They look like they've just come off Marty McFly, and the 80s never ended.
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    Jacket/shirt: I




    What about these clothes?

    Would you wear these clothes?

    However, I'm not a fan of chinos (I've never wore chinos before). I don't like Nike Hi tops because everyone in my school wears them (including the chavs). I like the shirt though.
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    The shirt and chinos would go together but ditch the trainers. Try wearing boat shoes or plimsolls.. If you've got a well built upper bod, I say just wear a plain white t-shirt then chinos but the light brown/tan colour's so common so you might want to try some other colours..


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