How to wear Levi's Chinos
This pairing of a navy blazer and Levi's chinos is so easy to throw together without a second thought, helping you look sharp and ready for anything without spending too much time digging through your closet. Wearing a pair of black leather tassel loafers is an easy way to add some flair to your outfit.
Contrary to what you might believe, ensembleing seriously stylish doesn't take that much time. Just marry a light blue dress shirt with Levi's chinos from Kohl's and you'll look awesome. You could perhaps get a little creative in the shoe department and elevate your ensemble with dark brown leather double monks.
For a casually elegant look, reach for a navy wool blazer and Levi's chinos from Kohl's — these items the place of work nicely together. Brown leather brogues work spectacularly well here.
For a smart casual look, reach for a light blue denim blazer and Levi's chinos from Kohl's — these items fit really well together. Mix things up by wearing red and navy flip flops.
This pairing of a grey double breasted blazer and Levi's chinos is very easy to put together in no time, helping you look stylish and ready for anything without spending too much time rummaging through your arsenal. For something more on the daring side to finish off this ensemble, opt for a pair of brown plimsolls.
If you're looking for a casual yet seriously stylish look, wear a brown crew-neck sweater with Levi's chinos. Both items are totally comfortable and will look great together. For something more on the daring side to complete this look, throw in a pair of grey canvas low top sneakers.
A white and blue vertical striped short sleeve shirt and Levi's Chinos from Kohl's are absolute menswear must-haves if you're piecing together a casual wardrobe that holds to the highest fashion standards.
For a smart casual outfit, consider teaming a grey cotton blazer with yellow chinos — these two pieces play really smart together.
This outfit with a white and yellow print crew-neck t-shirt and yellow chinos isn't super hard to score and is open to more creative experimentation.