Cropped Or Rolled - Which Is Best?
I've been thinking, a very dangerous occupation indeed, about the cut of my trousers. This is a question that has plagued me for a while now and I just can't come down on one side of the fence or the other. To crop? Or Roll?
I often find myself looking at pictures of rather dashing Italians and notice that they nearly always wear their trousers cropped rather than rolled, which, from what I can see, is the slightly more preppy way of doing things.
As my intention is to steer my style towards an Italian/Preppy mix, I would like to be able to make the most of both worlds, but before I started chopping the bottoms of my chinos I thought I might canvas some opinion.
I've already had the trousers of my Double Breasted suit cropped so that I can show off both my ankles (not that they are anything special) and my delicious Double Monk Straps and I can safely say that I'm pretty chuffed with the look it produces, but should I go all out and have the same done to my two pairs of stone chinos?
I get the feeling that it wouldn't work quite as well with coloured chinos so my duck egg blue ones are safe, but I definitely think it works well with more neutral colours.
What do we think?