The term "Khaki" comes from the Hindi or Urdu word for "earth" or "dust-colored" and has its roots with British military stationed in India and the second Boer war. They're also sometimes the d-bag signifier for dudes who have a baffling penchant for pleated trousers and use terms like "business casual" to describe what they're wearing. But do not get it twisted. As outlined in Complex's February/March issue guide, Khakis are an outstanding and equally stylish alternative to jeans. Especially when deployed correctly. Check it...

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