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Yes, they is.

Actually, as others have stated, it depends on your workplace. If you are in IT, then embrace the slouchy chino as your uniform. However, on those days I wear a chino to work, whether it is for a teambuilding event or the dreaded casual Friday, I always make sure:

1) the trousers fit me and aren't hovering at the top of my buttocks
2) they have a relatively low rise, and are clean looking (in terms of lines)
3) they aren't generic Dockers or Gap khakis, but something a little more tailored, like RLPL or Etro
 
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