Top Five Chinos For This Winter

George Cortina is renowned American stylist working with some of the biggest brands in the world. But George can also turn simple look such as navy roll-neck and thick, off-white winter chinos into something modern, as seen in streetstyle photos of The Sartorialist

Materials such as heavier cotton or moleskin are hard-wearing fabrics originally worn by labourers during the colder months. Cotton trousers with a military background look best during warmer months, though the colder weather means it’s important to choose a pair that’ll keep you warm. Fortunately, we selected five winter chinos that’ll do exactly that.

Berg & Berg Ivory Cotton Trousers
Alfons trousers feature a high rise, flat front and side adjusters. Crafted from a 470 gsm Japanese cotton twill cloth are suitable for the winter.

Photo: Berg & Berg

Ring Jacket Stone Brushed Cotton Trousers
Made from a soft brushed cotton with a beautiful texture in a perfect shade of stone, this versatile trouser will lighten up your fall/winter wardrobe. Wear it with everything from knitwear to jackets.

Photo: Ring Jacket

Blugiallo MTM Dark Blue Moleskin Chinos
Dark blue chino in a strong cotton quality from the Olympia Spinning & Weaving Mills. The fabric comes in a moleskin quality that has a brushed and soft surface. The gram weight is 430g is well suited for year-round.

Photo: Blugiallo

Rose & Born Beige Twill Cotton Blend Trousers
Cotton twill is a popular weave pattern that's characterized by diagonal lines on the face of the fabric. The result is a sturdy fabric and is a popular winter chino material, here in a beautiful dark beige color by Swedish Rose & Born.

Photo: Rose & Born

Ambrosi Napoli Taupe Cotton Twill Trousers
Ambrosi has been making trousers with the same Italian flair and passion for more than four generations. Current Master tailor, Salvatore Ambrosi works in the very same workshop that once belonged to his grandfather and has reached international fame with his completely hand-made trousers. 

Photo: Lund & Lund