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Tesco F&F Roll Up Chino Trousers

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      18.09.2012 23:13
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      A nice pair of trousers for any occasion

      About half an hours drive from our house we have a very large Tesco store which sells more or less everything, whenever I visit there whether it is with my husband or my parents I cannot help buying my son Jayden some new clothes, Tesco stock some lovely baby clothes which are good quality and also reasonably priced. A while ago when I was shopping there and browsing the children's clothes departments I spotted the F&F Roll Up Chino Trousers, they came in a couple of different colours and were extremely cute, Jayden just had to have a pair.

      The F&F Roll Up Chino Trousers are basically a little pair of trousers with turned up bottoms, perfect for smart or casual wear. The Chino Trousers are made from a thickish 100% cotton material, they have a part elastic waist at the back of the waistband and a popper fastener at the front, the trousers also have two small front pockets to make them look like proper trousers, as I have mentioned the bottoms of the trousers are turned up to give the impression of them being rolled up, these are stitched in place to prevent them from unrolling. The F&F Roll Up Chino Trousers are a maroon colour, however they did also have them in beige and a dark blue, personally I liked the maroon ones as they are a little bit different to the other trousers that Jayden has. Whilst the material of the Chinos is thick a little similar to denim, they are extremely soft with no hard or rough seams that may irritate your baby's skin, the material is also soft and flexible enough for when your baby is rolling around and kicking their legs about, they will no restrict their movement at all.

      When it comes to caring for the Chino Trousers there are no special instructions, you can simply put them in your machine on a 30 or 40 degree wash with similar colours, personally I put mine in with my dark washing in case the colour came out a little bit the first couple of times I washed them, however this did not seem to be the case as the colour looked as bright as when I first purchased them, it did not seem to have faded at all. I was also pleased to see that the Chino Trousers did not shrink or loose their shape at all, after numerous washes they still looked as good as new.
      The F&F Roll Up Chino Trousers come in a range of sizes including
      * 0 - 1 Month
      * 0 - 3 Months
      * 3 - 6 Months
      * 6 - 9 Months
      * 9 -12 Months
      * 12 - 18 Months
      When I purchased Jayden's Chinos I went for the 0 -1 Month, these actually were a bit big for him even though he was well over 1 month old when I purchased them, I do personally think that the sizes are quite generous, plus Jayden is a small baby, however this did mean that he had plenty of room to grow, the elasticised waist also help to keep the trousers in place.

      Obviously the F&F Roll Up Chino Trousers are only available from Tesco as they are part of their own clothing range, these trousers cost just £6.00, personally I thought these were excellent value for money, they are finished to a high standard and are of an excellent quality making them well worth the money.

      Personally I would highly recommend the F&F Roll Up Chinos, Jayden has had a lot of use out of his, they look lovely as a casual outfit with a t shirt or jumper and look just as good with something smarter like a shirt, the maroon colour makes them a little bit different to the regular blues and browns and they also go with most things. These trousers are excellent value for money and of a high quality despite the cheap price they are sold for, they are finished to a high standard and the fabric is lovely and soft making them comfortable for you baby to wear in all situations. The sizes are generous so you may need a size smaller that what you would normally buy, however this does mean that there is plenty of room to grow. The Chinos wash extremely well, ours have been washed and worn on numerous occasions since we have had them and still look in excellent condition, I think the colour may have faded a little bit compared to when we first purchased them, however not enough so that it would notice they still look good. I would definitely recommend these as part of any little boys wardrobe and would certainly purchase these again in another colour.

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