The Jeano™


No, it’s not a Grazia-ism like ‘treggings’ (aka leggings) or ‘shoot’ (aka shoe-boot), but a bonafide term coined by Dockers for their new chino-jeans. According to the Selfridges website, the Jeano™ is “a new pant that gives the attitude of jeans and the sophistication of chinos.” Don’t know if it merits its own name but the Jeano™ has a nice ring to it and as someone who loves both jeans and chinos, I say they’ll do rather well. Now if they can just produce some in girly sizes and lady-colours I’ll be very happy.

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10 Responses to The Jeano™

  1. Sister Wolf says:

    Oh no, a new fashion term to torment me!

  2. Phone with a Cord says:

    hm this guy looks good in them.. I wonder how the non-model would pull them off :)

  3. enc says:

    Agreed! Let’s have the girl version!

  4. Sal says:

    I can’t help it. I think immediately of Beano.

  5. Make Do and Mend says:

    Actually I immediately think of Dexy’s Midnight Runners and ‘oh Geno’

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  7. Eelie says:

    Wow, its actually a great idea but has a very annoyingly unoriginal name. Nonetheless it would be fantastic if they catered to women too, i for one would be insanely interested. Comfort and style: plus plus!

  8. pinup_girl says:

    Ooh I like!

  9. Vintage and Stardust says:

    Love the ad! What a hunk;)

    Love
    /Line

  10. SOS! says:

    i have to say, it looks very sexy! i want a pair!

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