Guest Model: J Brand Inez Slim Fit Chino in Vintage Navy

I don’t really think of sexy when I think of Chinos, but these are just that.  These are J Brand’s Inez Slim Fit Chinos in Vintage Navy.  J Brand did a great job with creating a pair of chinos that look great worn casual during the day, as well as being perfect for the office.  The best part is that this pair of chinos is something that can be dressed up for a night out just as easily.  The color is called Vintage Navy but it has more of a medium blue-gray tone.  It’s a wonderful color that can be paired with many things.

Being a fan of button fly, I love that these have them even if hidden.  The front side slit pockets are slimming and functional and the rear pockets are simple and create a very clean look.  The legs are tapered to give your legs a very slim look.  Who doesn’t love the look of long slim legs?  Fold the hem to create the cropped look, just make sure that you have the hem slightly above your ankle or the skinniest part of your leg to accentuate the slim look.   True to size, select your usual size when ordering this pant for yourself.  This chino is a very simple and classic pant.  It’s absolutely timeless, meaning that you can wear this for many seasons to come.

Our model, Maria really enjoyed these Inez Slim Fit Chinos immediately.  She loved the color, which I loved the color too.   She raved about how comfortable they were which comfort is a key element for her when buying jeans.   She loved the tapered legs that made her legs look long and lean and was surprised that even without flap pockets; J Brand was able to enhance the look of her rear.   I loved that she paired these with something as simple as a cami top and a chunky necklace for an afternoon downtown.   Sometimes when you love what you are wearing, it shows on your face and even in your step.  Hopefully, it shows through in Maria’s photos too.

Model – Maria, Bogotá Colombia


Buy these J Brand Inez Slim Fit Chino in Vintage Navy at REVOLVEClothing.com!

Washing Instructions:

Wash in cold water with like colors.  Do not bleach.  Tumble dry low.  Remove promptly.  Warm iron if needed.

Inseam:  28” (uncropped) Material: 100% Cotton
Rise:  9” Back Rise:  14”
Measurement at knee:  16” Measurement of Leg Opening:  14”

**Measurements may vary slight with size. **


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