Rosemary Mac Cabe

Hemlines, heels and haute couture – your daily dose

Chinos, neutrals, pressed pants – yay or nay?

There’s a certain sloaney goodness about chinos and pressed pants, isn’t there, and something that I suspect will never go out of style. Nor will it, however, ever truly come in. You can’t be on style if you’re wearing classics, …

Tue, Mar 22, 2011, 12:30

   

There’s a certain sloaney goodness about chinos and pressed pants, isn’t there, and something that I suspect will never go out of style. Nor will it, however, ever truly come in. You can’t be on style if you’re wearing classics, but you can’t be unfashionable either, so it’s always a good fallback.

Marc O’Polo, on that note, just sent me in some images of their current collection, and this caught my eye:

I can appreciate that this is nothing revolutionary, but I love the slight peg leg detail of the trousers (€119.90), and the Jessica Simpson (don’t knock her, she’s made a fortune from her duds) feel to those chunky wedges (139.00).

Marc O’Polo is stocked all over the country – too many places to list here, but see their stockist info for details.

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