By  on June 18, 2012

Red was the color of spring when it came to men’s pants. The shade was everywhere in stores: in lightweight denim, skinny rolled-up chino and slim cargo-pocket permutations. Macy’s sold crimson khakis, and scarlet shorts sold like hotcakes—and not just in New York, but in all the company’s stores. What was once the isolated province of aggressively preppie Nantucket vacationers was now a mainstream men’s wear trend.


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