Comfy in my Chinos

As most of you who follow my post can tell by now, there are two things that I put at the top of my list when it comes to shopping for clothes and that is to go for comfort and to keep it inexpensive.  I hit the jackpot with my latest find, comfortable Chinos that I foresee getting a lot of use of going forward.  I found these comfortable pants at JC Penney on sale for just $12.  And I threw in the top for $9.99, keeping them both well within my $25 and under range.

Chino cloth is actually 100% cotton and was initially made in China.  The cloth became popular for soldier uniforms initially.  Now this popular cloth is a staple in American fashion everywhere.  Some people wonder what is the difference between Chino and Khaki.  Well, I found this great article that describes it in detail.  Check it out by clicking on this link.

For summer, I love these capri length Chino pants which can be paired with sandals, sneakers, or flats.  And as cooler temperatures of Fall arrive, I can consider buying Chino pants in traditional trouser length.

Chino pants look great on any age and they come in all sizes.  There are a variety of colors too.  Pairing them with any type of top works great.

I don’t know what your comfortable style is, but if you don’t have a pair of Chino’s I would suggest checking them out.  You cannot beat them for comfort.


  1. Loved this article and learned something. Was not aware of the difference in chinos versus khaki. Thank you for your always entertaining and beautiful blogs.

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  2. Love this look! I always have a couple of pairs of chinos in my wardrobe rotation. I roll the hems in the summer and let them down in fall. They get a lot of wear! Also, your broom skirt article sent me digging around for a forgotten skirt of mine.🙂


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