You keep throwing a craving glance at casual man's pants? Well, then you feel like Coco Chanel who loved to wear her boyfriend's trousers and was an absolute supporter of women's trousers. Maybe without her we would never have been able to enjoy a comfortable leg dress. In this sense: "Let's be Coco" with the wide cut chino trousers, which offers you an outstanding wearing comfort but also gives you a great figure due to the high waist. The beautiful details are almost secondary for the cool look...
Casual chino for cool and comfortable Rockabella look.
The chinos trousers convince by the high-quality and pleasant twill fabric and the perfect fit. A high waist and wide legs flatter every figure. Its French pockets, piped pockets and cinchback give it a casual look. On the back, the waistband has a classic V cutout and is equipped with suspenders buttons - ideal for attaching the blue suspenders with leather patch. The Chino closes with a zipper and is enchanting inside with a patch of blue/white striped fabric. Now all you need is the matching striped shirt and sneaker
and the outfit is ready!
The details of the Ladies Chino "Let's be Coco!" at a glance:
- Material: cotton blend
- Composition: 97% Cotton, 3% Elasthane, 225 g/m² Twill
- Color: blue
- Pattern: uni
- Inside patch made of white/blue striped fabric
- Casual maritime look with twill fabric and details
- Gimmick: Blue suspenders with genuine leather patch
- Info: For the perfect size please refer to the size chart!
Our beautiful model Lola Diamond
is 158 cm tall and wears these trousers in size 28/30.
Rumble59 offers a wide selection of vintage pin-up
clothing! With this comfortable and cool chino you are guaranteed a great appearance everywhere.
Worth knowing about Chinos:
The Chinos have their origin in India in the middle of the 19th century: The twill which is traditionally used for these trousers was used for British and French uniform trousers at that time. So-called chino twill is a robust cotton fabric with twill weave. This fabric has its roots in China. Especially in the Philippines the army wore trousers made of this material. Since on the island mainly Spanish was spoken, the word China
quickly became the word Chino
, which has remained until today as a term for the comfortable cloth trousers. Around 1850 the trousers first had a white color but were then dyed by the soldiers with curry or coffee to make the trousers less sensitive to dirt and dust. Because of the hot climate it was also important that the trousers were casual, lightly cut and made of absorbent cotton. American soldiers brought the Chinos back home as civilian clothes. A remnant from the development phase of the Chinos is the fact that the trousers are mostly worn without an envelope. At that time there was a shortage of fabric and the shorter leg length made it possible to save fabric. While these casual trousers were once reserved exclusively for men, a robust chino now belongs in the wardrobe of every woman who likes to combine pleasant wearing comfort with long durability and a cool look...