At Connor we know chinos and this is why they are our best selling staple pant. They have been developed to perfection and come in a variety of colours and fits meaning there is something for everyone. Our chinos
are comfortable, provide stretch and can be worn to a variety of formal, smart or casual occasions. Our fits available include straight
, and cuffed chinos
Our slim chinos
and skinny chinos
, offer an incredible slimmer fit, with luxurious stretch cotton, classic pocket and belt loop detailing and on-trend colours. Like most slim and skinny chinos they go with just about everything, including a simple white shirt and smart blazer
for a sharp look.
Our tapered stretch chino
pants are another incredibly versatile option. They combine style and comfort, and can be just as easily worn with a short sleeve shirt
When to wear Chino pants?
The best thing about chinos are their versatility. Depending on what outfitting is done, chinos can be dressed up to be smart and formal or can be dressed down for casual everyday wear. Chinos are often a substitute now for dress pants in many contexts including in wedding parties, workwear attire and other occasions. Pair your chinos with a smart shirt tucked in and a blazer for a smarter look, or wear your chinos with a t-shirt and layer with a casual shirt open for a smart casual look. For the cooler months pair your chinos with a hoodie or a long sleeve top to beat the chill. With different fits for different end uses or looks, you are able to find the perfect chino for you. These fits include skinny, slim, tapered, straight and cuffed style chinos.
What’s the difference between Chino pants and Jeans?
The main difference between a chino pant and a pair of denim jeans is the look, feel and often fabrication. Although many chinos and jeans can be made of the same material composition of cotton, elastane or polyester, the look is different. Where a denim jean is denim look, often blue or black in colour and has a washed effect, chinos are often a plain, flat colour such as a stone or camel colour. Chinos can be considered to be easier to dress up and worn in a more formal attire whereas denim jeans are often considered quite casual in many dress codes.