He wore khakis and a short-sleeved shirt.
He wore khakis and a short-sleeved shirt.
Much of children's clothing is designed to make them look like little adults, so you can purchase jeans or khakis and t-shirts or oxfords for your boy.
You won't find any primary colors, but you will find bold stones, cements, khakis, and even some purples.
The browns in the Pottery Barn collection range from sandy khakis and tan to deep, rich, dark brown.
Gap and Old Navy sell classic styles like khakis and fleece.
Invest in some versatile pieces you can wear year round, like tanks or khakis.
When it comes to khakis, you can probably get away with just one pair.
Aside from the more formal wear required for the ceremony, the men's wardrobe should consist largely of khakis, polo shirts, golf shorts, and loafers or boating shoes.
Older boys often allow their boxer's waistband to peek out above the top of their jeans or khakis as a fashion statement.
Formal clothing: In most cases, you'll probably hold off on purchasing formal clothing until the occasion arises, but easy church outfits could include a few button-down shirts or polos and a couple of pairs of khakis and navy pants.
Slacks: These can range from khakis, which are fine for dressy casual, to dress slacks in finer materials.
Jeans, cargo pants and khakis work well year-round, so these are the pants boys will likely turn to much of the time.
Polos coordinate well with pants, jeans, khakis, skirts, shorts and overalls of all types.
Khakis: Wearing a polo top with a pair of khaki pants or shorts gives a boy a clean-cut, sophisticated look.
Spring and summer see an abundance of short-sleeved shirts that work with jeans, khakis, shorts, skirts, and skorts for every occasion.
They're a perfect way to dress up khakis and an oxford shirt, or to add some flair to jeans.
They can be casual or more dressy, depending on whether a boy wears them with khakis, dress slacks or jeans.
Khakis are appropriate for girls and boys.
Depending on the shirt that accompanies kids' khakis, sneakers, loafers, boat shoes or dress shoes will work.
As with khaki pants for grownups, children's khakis work year round.
Dressy khaki pants are usually pressed and more tailored in design than casual khakis.
You'll also find khakis that are less tailored and almost as casual as jeans.
Khaki pants plus sweater: Whether a child wears a cardigan or pullover, khakis paired with a sweater is a classic combination.
Khakis are neutral in tone, so go for brights like red, blue, green or purple, but softer colors are equally appropriate.
Khakis with pressed shirt: A crisp oxford shirt paired with khaki pants is a preppy child's go-to outfit.
The shirt may be solid or striped; this look is better suited to well-tailored khakis instead of the more casual version.
Khakis with tee: For children who lean toward more casual clothing options, kids' khaki pants also pair with tee shirts.
Relaxed khakis pair better with tee shirts than dressy ones.
Khakis with polo shirt: Another ensemble straight from the preppy handbook, khakis topped with a polo shirt is a classic.
With so many styling options in tops, shoes and accessories, khakis are one of the most multi-use pieces a child can own.
Khakis: An old standard in a rugged design, these cotton shorts have a hidden adjustable waist, mini-coin pocket and front slant pockets and the fabric has a mild crunched look.
Jeans, corduroys, or khakis are recommended for daytime and excursion activities.
Casual: Dress code for casual night includes khakis and an oxford or polo shirt for men and a casual dress or skirt and blouse combination for ladies.
Khakis and chinos come in a very specific range of colors, so the Oxford shirt you choose should complement the slacks but not match exactly.
Pairing your jacket with chinos or khakis can be a bit tricky because chances are your pants and jacket won't exactly match.
For example, a navy blue sport jacket works equally well for navy blue chinos and beige khakis, but might not look appropriate if paired with army-green khakis.
You can also wear a sweater vest with an Oxford shirt and either a pair of khakis or dress slacks.
Polos can be found in just about any color imaginable, so finding your favorite color top and accessorizing it with jeans, khakis or shorts is a simple way to dress without a lot of fuss.
With khakis: Khakis are less casual than jeans, but will still look fine with sneakers for the younger set.
You can wear it tucked in or left out, with jeans, shorts, khakis, or dress pants.
Khakis and a button-up with nice brown shoes will win hearts.
You could opt for black pants and shoes over khakis and brown shoes.
You still have options such as khakis, which are comfortable and can be dressed up or down.
Khakis that are pressed will work fine as a casual replacement.
For a more casual dress code wear your shirt without a tie and pair of khakis and loafers.
If you are going somewhere casual, then a pair of khakis and nice button shirt work fine.
It looks best with actual dress slacks, not khakis or denim, especially if you're going for a dressier style.
Practically speaking however, pairing this jacket with a well worn pair of jeans or a pair of khakis is optimal.
Fitted, but not "tight," blue jeans and khakis: A simple pair of relaxed-but-not-baggy jeans or khakis can take you almost anywhere.
On the subject of smart trousers, nothing fits better in a business casual setting than a pair of khakis.
When in doubt, you can't go wrong with khakis - they, too, pair well with everything from short sleeve polo shirts to long sleeve button down tops.
Whether its dress shirts and pants for work or khakis and a polo shirt for the weekend, wrinkle resistant pieces are great additions to any wardrobe.
Some men must wear a suit and tie to work daily while others can get away with khakis and a polo.
You can find lightweight sweaters to throw on top of a t-shirt with a pair of jeans or khakis at Old Navy or a lightweight jacket for a more casual look at Sports Authority.
Pair it with blue jeans or khakis so that it's still easy to match up while you get used to something new.
Skip things like chinos, khakis, pressed trousers and anything overtly preppy or polished.
It's perfect for throwing on with a pair of shorts, khakis or jeans, and it looks great with a pair of boat shoes or simple sandals.
The more common snappy casual look features khakis or corduroy trousers, a collared shirt and shoes in good condition.
Conversely, you can mix casual vintage pieces, such as a 1950s bomber or Eisenhower jacket in tweed, leather or cotton, worn with khakis, cords or dark jeans and a polo shirt.
You can wear them with shorts, blue jeans, khakis, or cargos.
If the office is laidback on most days, there's a good chance you will be able to wear a polo shirt and khakis or even jeans.
Tuck it in with a pair of nice slacks or khakis, belt, and dress shoes, and you'll be comfortable without looking under or overdressed.
A blue jean or leather bomber jacket thrown over the top of a polo shirt will give it that weekend feel, even if you're wearing khakis instead of blue jeans.
The color is usually selected by the organization and worn tucked into khakis.
If you are in doubt, a suit and tie is much better to show up in than khakis and a polo shirt.
To dress the look up just slightly but still remain on the low-key side, try a pair of khakis instead.
It looks great with shorts, khakis or even a pair of cargo pants.
A great look is to wear one with a crisp pair of khakis and a white tee.
Of course you can wear them with khakis, but the overall look won't scream "western" as much.
They look great with a pair of jeans and sneakers or a pair of khakis and loafers.
Not only that, but they also play well with everything from jeans and cargo shorts to khakis and even swim trunks.
Polo shirts can be worn with anything from khakis to shorts, with loafers or flip-flops.
One done in a crisp cotton can be worn with an array of items from khakis to dress pants and even with jeans.
Always be sure to keep some classics on hand such as khakis, polos and a crisp white tee.
You may also pair your henley with jeans, cargo pants, khakis, or shorts (or even a super casual skirt!).
Other men prefer a more stylish, decidedly adult look, and want to mix collared shirts with khakis or dark trousers, or even light untailored suits.
To keep with the norm, you'll be expected to wear "dressy" attire, so skip the polo and khakis idea.
Cool, classic and easy to care for, they can be worn over jeans, khakis, shorts or skirts and suit any casual look.
Neck knot: This pashmina variation is perfect for sporting over a simple sheath dress (with or without a jacket) or with a casual ensemble such as khakis and a denim jacket.
Short, cropped denim jackets work with khakis and cotton skirts, while longer, belted denim coats look fantastic with a skirt and boot ensemble.
Big Kids Ultra Star in Black/White-The classic 3-stripes look great on this black shoe that will work with jeans or khakis.
Instead, the standard pants are usually khakis, but again, your school system will clearly state the expected clothing style.
While some schools simply require students to dress in khakis and white button-downs, others spell out a variety of clothing regulations.
For example, a pair of lace-up loafers are great with your khakis for an evening BBQ, but will not be the right footwear for your day at the beach.
It's available only in brown but it will go perfectly with khakis and a nice shirt.
They only come in black, but he can wear them with anything from jeans to khakis.
Sport them on business-casual days with your khakis.
The Sunapee from the casual line is easy to wear with jeans or khakis.
The Primrose is a tasteful clog easy to wear with jeans, khakis or black pants.
Wear them with jeans, khakis, shorts, or workout gear.
Knee high boots will complement just about anything you've got in your closet -- khakis, trousers, casual suits, blue jeans, gauchos, skirts and dresses.
Available in five neutrals, you're bound to find a color that will suit your wardrobe--and go with everything from blue jeans and a t-shirt to khakis and a polo or button-up.
This beautiful leather/suede shoe will dress up a pair of blue jeans and an earth-toned t-shirt, or go perfectly with a pair of khakis and a polo.
These flat slip-ons are great for jeans or khakis.
Men, you can get these in casual leather styles to wear with khakis, or sneaker styles, as well.
Paired with a cable knit sweater and khakis, you'll fit right into the country club scene.
They accessorize well with jeans, khakis, shorts, and casual skirts.
Basic brown loafers can complement khakis, jeans or skirts; how you wear them is up to you.
A lace-up brown oxford can accessorize jeans or khakis.
On warmer Fall days, it will work well with khakis or even a knee-length khaki or tan skirt.
Anyone who is looking for a shoe that goes well with a variety of apparel, including shorts, jeans, khakis, capris and skirts might like the Topsider.
The leather versions also look cool and stylish when paired with khakis and a polo shirt.
These versatile slides will pair well with shorts, jeans and khakis.
The super bright colored shoes can also be toned down if paired with jeans or khakis and a solid colored top.
You will have an easier time tucking in skinny jeans than khakis.
Avoid bright colors and stick with neutrals like khakis and olives.
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