Shorts may be having a moment—and make no mistake, shorts are having a big moment —but even when the sun is shining and the temperature is blazing, sometimes you just gotta wear pants. You might be heading back to the office, or meeting the in-laws for the first time. Hell, you might just recoil at the sight of your own pasty calves right there with you, buddy. Whatever the reason, you need some summer-friendly pants to pull on when the occasion doesn't allow for anything else and the thought of simmering in your selvage jeans fills you with well-justified dread. The only question is, what kind of summer pants person are you? Do you delight at the prospect of breezing around in some airy linen, quietly rumpling yourself to elegantly disheveled perfection by the day's end? Or are you more of a crisp cotton kind of guy?
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If keeping it timelessly stylish is your thing, then slim fit pants are the perfect match for you. Pair the pair with a half sleeves check shirt for a look that effortlessly infuses a sharpness with a relaxed vibe. For those of you who are looking for something out of the box, a panelled twisted fit cuffed trousers from our stylised range is sure to do the trick and have you standing out from the rest of your crew. A pair of white, relaxed, flat front trousers paired with a pink linen shirt will surely make you feel good about your dapper self, and super focused at how to nail it in the next review meeting. For the after work hours and evening dinners, we recommend a pair of pleated-front trousers.
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Think about how you like to relax at home. Many men naturally reach for their junk both in private and in public without batting an eye. This includes fully submerging your hands in your underwear, occasionally reaching down to adjust your package, or even just playing a little pocket pool. Lodging your hands between your precious jewels and the potential hazards of the outside world makes you feel comfortable and safe, says Vanessa Van Edwards, author of Human Lie Detection and Body Language Your Guide to Reading People's Nonverbal Behavior. Maybe this explains why Major League Baseball players are constantly readjusting their junk at the plate.