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Khakis

Posted by debbie814 (My Page) on
Mon, May 15, 06 at 18:01

Do you have a favorite brand of khakis? I'm looking for some stylish cotton khakis. They seem to go with everything, and I can wear them to work. I mostly wear well-fitting black pants, flat front, straight leg. I still wear jeans on Fridays, but dress them up with medium heeled black shoes, a nice shirt or sweater and jewelry.


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I usually get the ones from L. L. Bean. They are so handy and a good change from black and navy which I wear most of the time.

Here is a link that might be useful: khaki pants


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The Lee brand of relaxed fit khakis seem to fit me well and are reasonably priced. They fit so well, I have one of the same style in every color: khaki, white, black, navy. black and whit check, and a navy tweed...


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I just checked the label and see that they are actually "Riders Casuals" by Lee. I bought most of mine on sale at K-Mart or at WalMart and occasionally find a nearly new pair at Goodwill for about $6 or so. I believe the quality (fabric, construction, fit, classic styling) is on par with any of the more expensive brands. I also have a couple pair of the same thing in capri length. Love 'em!


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I just ordered the LL Bean Khakis to see how I like them. I'll also be checking out the Lee Riders Casuals. Rosewest, do the Lee's have a boot cut? I don't care for the straight legs, even like a bit of a flare.


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Here's a link to the Lee khakis website. They do have boot cut---I wear the plain front...

Here is a link that might be useful: Lee Pants


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I saw Lees at Penney's and also Dockers which should be good too.


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