Blame It On Your Jeans!

altJeans are like your partners in crime. They come to your rescue in every situation. There is no fuss about jeans.

You get up, you get them on and you move around freely feeling like the hottest body in town. But is that your only option for a pair of pants? No. Look around. They come in all fabrics and shapes. Here is a bottom-wear style cheat sheet:

Cargos

The cargos are your Friday dress. Casual, cool and very manly, they have enough pockets to carry your attitude. Cargos are amongst the best options that let you break the proverbial glass shields you have built around yourself regarding trouser fashion.

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Corduroy Pants

They are the ultimate replacement for denims. Corduroy pants are great for comfort and they look pretty exceptional too. You can wear these pants for a casual outing or as part of your semi-formal attire to office. For a casual look, pick a light colour. For a formal one, go for black.

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Wrinkle-Free Trousers

All that a man needs is a lot of carefree fun. The wrinkle-free ones are fit for your office. The best part is you don’t need to iron them over and over again. For men living alone, there is not a better option.

Plain Pants

Very formal! That's the shortest description for a plain style. They help save face most of the times. The good old formal trousers, whether in pleated or monochrome, make a good impression on occasions both professional and personal. The only place where you can't wear them is to discs or to bed.

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Three-Fourths

Go funky with three-fourths. Now you don't need to wax your legs but you should keep them in shape to flaunt a chic pair of three-fourths that you can wear Saturdays and Sundays on a long-drive or for a get together with buddies. They are comfortable and they are cool.

It can be a little depressing to part with the good ol' pair of jeans and follow a monotonous routine of trousers, but sometimes you have to. And with the afore-mentioned options, the ‘have to’ can easily be transformed into ‘want to’.

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