Pleated Dress Trousers are a classic that flatters heavier men.
- They're a bit out of style at the moment; choose an understated pair with a single pleat to look more with it.
- They require a cuff for weight to hold the pleat in place.
- They look great in a variety of fabrics from wool to cotton.
- Wear them with your other formal pieces, like dress shirts , nice jumpers ,blazers , and brown or black loafers .
Flat-Front Trousers are the most popular style for trousers at the moment.
- They look great on skinny guys, and tend to make everyone look slimmer, provided they fit correctly.
- They also work in a variety of fabrics, including wool and cotton .
- Dress them up or down with button-down shirts or soft sweaters .
Khakis are a great compromise between work wear and comfort.
- Less formal than dress trousers, but more work-appropriate than jeans.
- Pair with a dress shirt and loafers for a casual office, trainers and a smart sport shirt for a hands-on occupation.
- Nice weekend wear, especially in warm seasons.
Jeans are to the street what suits are to the office; a general uniform and wardrobe staple.
- A variety of choices are to be made here in cut, wash, and style.
- Choose from skinny leg, wide leg, regular, classic, or relaxed fit , low rise, high rise, dark denim, light denim--the list goes on.
- If the choices overwhelm you, wear dark wash denim in a straight leg cut. You can't mess that up.
Cargo Trousers have been popular (and useful) since the late night nineties.
- They're a bit out of fashion currently, but if you have a lot of stuff to carry (and you're not wearing them to work), go for it.
- To avoid looking too sloppy, make sure the trousers aren't too big and don't overstuff the pockets.