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For the last month or so I have been wandering around in the latest Pretty Green Chinos, backed by no other than ‘former’ rock star and Oasis frontman Liam Gallagher. After founding the company Liam still has a very hands on role in the design and style of the range which is split into two primary lines. Green Label – casual, well made clothing, equally wearable at home, during the day, at a festival or on a night out. Then we have Black Label – classic British tailoring to add the finer things to your life.

Pretty Green Chinos

For the last month or so I have been wandering around in the latest Pretty Green Chinos, backed by no other than ‘former’ rock star and Oasis frontman Liam Gallagher. After founding the company Liam still has a very hands on role in the design and style of the range which is split into two primary lines. Green Label – casual, well made clothing, equally wearable at home, during the day, at a festival or on a night out. Then we have Black Label – classic British tailoring to add the finer things to your life.

We had a choice on a few things to look at, but with festival season very much upon us, we slung for the chinos from the Green Label range. I have been wearing them for a while, they are not your complete low slung carrot shaped chinos like the youth of today wear, so put your mind at rest, you won’t need a skateboard or ill fitting cap to wear these pants (yanky)!! They are slightly low slung in the crotch but overall a really good fit, especially for us tall / slim (cough) peoples. I think most shapes will get away with these, though if you are a very large man (in erm, girth) then I am not sure how they might look. best to go in a store and try some on before committing your pounds. But I am 6′ 3″ and they fitted me like a glove, with plenty of spare in the leg and the ability to roll up to create a different / summer look when needed.

The quality seems superb, made from 100% cotton drill they feel soft and subtle yet being very hard wearing. Pocket wise (what I have found!), seems to be two normal pockets, pretty deep, about a quarter down the leg, and then two pretty standard back patch pockets. In terms of detail, one of the back pockets is finished with green thread and you will find small Pretty Green logos on the buttons, waist and back pockets.

Overall, these chinos are a great trade off over today’s fashion and comfortable wear. The quality makes me think they will last for pretty much ever, and the details in the design makes you know these are a designer brand and will stand out to those that want to notice. I am supposed to be sending these back, to be honest, they are probably going to get lost in the post…

Available in Stone or Navy, you can get them on the official website here or a whole host of good shops for around £75.

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