How To Buy The Perfect Pair Of Jeans | 5 Common Denim Styles And What’s Right For Your Body Type

How To Buy The Perfect Pair Of Jeans | 5 Common Denim Styles And What’s Right For Your Body Type

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The perfect pair of jeans.

The holy grail of a man’s casual wardrobe.

Denim can be dressed up…..

….dressed down….

…..and worn to pretty much any event short of a black tie gathering.

And even then, wearing black jeans and boots can get you by in certain areas of the Southern US!

So if jeans are so great, why do some men wear jeans that make them look bad?

Why do so many men find it difficult to find the perfect jeans?

3 Reasons

1- A lack of understanding of what jeans look good on their body
2- A lack of suitable styles available when they make the selection
3- Confusion about the style details such as weight, wash, and detailing.

Well in this article – we help you solve these issues so you can find the perfect pair!

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Video Summary:

2:02 – “The right fit of jeans”
3:28 – “Select the right type of cut for your body type”
3:53 – “Choosing the material of the jeans”
5:15 – “Style of the jeans”
6:39 – “Versatility of the jeans”

20 Comments

  1. I think the Levis 501ct collection is ideal for most body types unless you're looking at a skinny fit. I kind of prefer them to my 511s or 505s.

    Lee is great too and so is Wrangler, but Levis somehow manages to be my brand of choice for the last 7-8 years. :-)

  2. I have one of those rare problems where, I do have a small waist, perfect for the rise portions when it comes to jeans. However, since I do workout (albeit religiously), my legs are too big for the jeans that fit my waist. So, either I buy a pair that fits my waist but is tight for my legs, or I buy at least 2 sizes up for my legs to fit, but are too lose for my waist. I always ended up doing the latter, mainly because I can live with the folding of the waistline rather than constricting my legs. My body type's between the fine line of athletic and muscular. Any tips on this dilemma? Thanks in advance.

  3. Diesel jeans are by far the best jeans on earth. They're a bit expensive but they have fits for all sorts of different body types and not only do they have jeans, but they have joggjeans which are joggers and jeans combined into one piece of clothing, these types of jeans are a much softer and athletic pair of jeans, much like a pair of sweat pants. Although they're more expensive ranging from $250-500 and maybe more, the brand has amazing quality, fit and different washes to choose from and thats what matters when you're picking out a pair of jeans. LINK: http://ca.diesel.com/denim/

  4. I have a muscular/athletic body. I personaly find skinny jeans the best for my body type since it generally makes me look more fit. Slim fit and regular jeans just doesn't look good on me. This might have to do with me having long legs and therefore i want something a bit more figurefitting than regular/slim.

  5. Do you know what makes your vids sooo boring? You are talking all the time without ever showing any clips. Just you and some photos.

  6. some people wear really really tight skinny jeans that their legs seems to look like they were effected by the polio.

  7. A mistake with jeans I see a lot, usually with older men (and even several times in this video) is jeans worn with dress shoes. Even a lot of casual shoes look awkward with jeans. Basically, if the shoe has a leather sole, don't wear it with jeans. You end up looking like Simon Cowell. Whether sneakers or boots or even shoes, it should have a rubber sole. Otherwise, you run a high risk of looking really out of touch. And please… please stop wearing blazers with jeans. And if you must, please stop wearing constructed blazers. Wear a blazer with no internal structure whatsoever. And if you really really have no choice but to wear a structured blazer with your jeans, don't wear a button-front shirt with it. You want to wear a blazer and collared shirt but still look casual? Then wear wool, cotton, or linen slacks.
    PS: 5:51, the company name is Abercrombie & Fitch, not Ambercrombie & Finch.
    PPS: Next time you include native advertising (in this case, Mott and Bow), do it a little more subtly. Much of this video was a blatant sponsored ad. And what jeans company doesn't focus on fit? How is Mott and Bow doing anything that Levi's hasn't done for decades… and better?

  8. SLOW DOWN. BREATHE. Holy crap, man. Good information, but seriously, slow down and breathe instead of shotgunning your presentation.

  9. Antonio, the brand that have turned to for the past year is Lucky jeans. Also, I stumbled upon Hart Schaffner Marx. I am around six foot tall and 200lbs with a muscular build. Some jeans claim to be a certain size, but there were times I couldn't even get a leg in. Those two particular brands seems to be a better fit for muscular individuals. Hope this helps someone out. In addition, they right around $100 so they aren't too expensive.

  10. I love the Levi's 511 skinny jeans, but in a big size so its not sticking to my skin (i'm 6'7 210)
    I wear it all the time, always cuff them once to make myself look "shorter"

  11. On a somewhat related note, I just found out after ~30 years of wearing jeans that unless they're noticeably dirty or smell funny, you aren't supposed to wash them that often. Anyone have any thoughts on this? It seems pretty nasty to me to wear clothes more than once, but then again I've never actually tried it.

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