Versatile and flattering for all body types and styles, this cut has straight leg and can vary in rise and wash. It usually features a full length and a plain waist. You will never go wrong with these jeans, as they will suit any look, from business-like to casual
These ones gradually narrow towards the ankle. They feel loose and comfy on top, but they look clean and sharp, thanks to the subtle change in the leg opening. It is very easy to elevate your style with carefully chosen tapered jeans.
A slim cut is similar to a straight cut but has a narrower leg opening that doesn’t flap about or flare out. It also contours the wearer's shape and gives it a neat and polished look. Versatile type that can be mixed with all styles.
These jeans are cut wide and straight from the hips downward. They can be flattering on many body types and mixed in various styles depending on the occasion. A wide-legged pair is ideal for a casual look, or you may dress it up in a more formal outfit.
Washing is a finish given to denim to strengthen or alter the material's color, texture, or even feel. The washing process essentially strips away some of the dye components added to the denim so it looks lighter. Jeans in a darker tone are mostly raw denim, which is not washed before selling.
Also known as light blue, this hue needs even more time to remove most of the indigo color from the raw denim. A light wash adds a fresh ambience and a slight vintage flair to the look. Jeans in this hue are timeless staples for your everyday casual wardrobe.View
The only difference between dark and mid wash is the time needed to achieve a lighter hue and a softer hand feel. This shade is more versatile, can be worn in all styles, and can be effortlessly paired with casual and business-like attire.
Sometimes known as indigo or dark blue, dark wash is an extension of rinse wash. It goes on for longer and removes more indigo color while creating a lighter hue. It also gives a soft hand feel to the fabric and makes it less stiff.View
How to Measure Your Jeans Size
What a jeans guide without some measuring tips! As it is impossible to find a perfect pair of jeans without proper measurements, we’ve gathered all the essential information about effortlessly defining all the necessary sizes. No help needed, only measuring tape and your favorite pair of jeans!
Measure around the natural waistline, keeping the tape comfortably loose.
Measure around the fullest part of the hips and rear.
Measure up from the crotch seam to the top of the waistband.
Measure across the leg hem from seam to seam.
Measure from the top of the waistband to the bottom of the hem along the outside seam.
Measure from the bottom of the crotch seam to the bottom of the hem along the inside seam.
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Now that you’re aware of the fits, styles, and measurements of the jeans, you may follow the link below and find your size in our Size Guide for Men. We hope our men’s jeans fit guide was helpful for you, and we wish you good luck on the way to your ideal pair!