The first chino-based style is the student style: chinos, t-shirt, sunglasses styled as the early 1990s and a reggae (or punk) hat. However, since the times of Vivienne Westwood, the chinos, as the preferred style, have gained quite another flair. Dolce and Gabbana, Chloe and other brands have included chinos in very feminine and romantic styles. First, these trousers were invented in Southern Asia (some sources name Philippines as the birthplace of chinos). The name originates from the term chino or the English word china, which means China — as this country was once the source of the fabric for chino trousers. Later, in the early 1950s, Christian Dior included chinos in his collections, and these trousers became greatly beloved by students and young people. Vivienne Westwood presided over the next rebirth, as she released a punk-oriented collection with the accessories we mentioned above. Finally, after Rihanna was photographed by paparazzi while she was dressed in chinos and stiletto shoes, stylists and fashion critics started highlighting new trends in chinos. By the way, paparazzi shoots of Rihanna used to have a mysterious flair about them. If the singer was photographed in some piece of clothing, the garment immediately became extra popular. For instance, extra fashionable accessories by London designers Fleet Ilya became popular once more after the singer was caught wearing this brand. That, however, is quite another story. Let us introduce the best tops by Nataya that go with wide-hipped chinos to create romantic style for the overall look. The Nataya Embroidered Camisole in mint and other colors goes well with tender white or crème chinos in rayon. Pair this look with classic sandal shoes on midi heels, and you will look really young and romantic!
If you pair a Nataya top in terracotta with black chinos and classic-toe shoes on midi heels in black, you will get a non-student but true evening look. No one will be able to resist you!
T-shirts by Nataya may go with the student- or punk-styled chinos. You may pair this top with any fabric and any color! All the choices will look smoking hot!