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I would suggest Asos.
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were will i get a pair of green trousers, now not cacky colour but bright green, preferably with a little turn up at bottom
As the above poster said, Asos is the best bet for bright green. I think Pepe do a pair too, but haven't found anywhere selling them in my very brief search. These are both on sale though at the moment:
http://www.asos.com/countryid/1/Polo...ulQj_6rVy5FmwA (£155 reduced to £108)
B Side By Wale | B-Side by Wale Slim Fit Chino at ASOS (£78 reduced to £46)
Last edited by Jay; 30-09-2011 at 04:45 PM.
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2 great options there Jay, thanks for contributing.
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Thanks for the response, what yous think a these? pair a them nice wee demin waistcoat n a wee purple t to go along with it ?
Sounds like there is a bit too much going on there in my opinion. Make the green chinos a focus otherwise it might look a bit busy. Go with something simple on top.
I have a pair similar to the darker green chinos above. I usually go with either just a plain black T-shirt+accessories, or a white tanktop+dark casual shirt.
This guy from the 'Street Style' section wears them perfectly.
"There's only one thing worse than being talked about and that's not being talked about."
I agree with these guys, let the chinos do the talking. Keep it simple with a neutral t-shirt or shirt&blazer combo
I have a great pair from Dr Denim - very very very green and in a good straight fit. Got them from Asos, you might still be able to find them.
Do keep the top half simple - add a single simple counterpoint like, say, a red sports watch. I find they look quite cool with a monochrome tee and denim jacket.