My first go at khakis. With reference to Japanese influence, a lot of the imagery I saw coming out of Japan was bottoms getting roomier as opposed to the still, very skinny fits seen in the States. I for one, look terrible in skinny anything so I wanted to go the other direction with these.
I gave a little bit more room in the leg but still had them taper in a bit, consistent with a chino, and brought up the rise so you don’t really need to wear a belt. The fabric weight is in line with a normal twill khaki, but selvedge of course.
“Kekon” translates to wedding in Japanese. This is the accomplice to the shirt we wore as groomsmen to my homie’s wedding…
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