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Ways to Wear: Men’s Jeans

A staple of every modern man’s wardrobe, jeans are the ultimate fashion statement and are sure to transport any wearer from day tonight. Worn with designer tracksuits, trainers and a tee, jeans are ideal for daytime relaxing whilst when matched with a shirt, a pair of jeans can take the look into evening drinks or meeting with friends.  With hundreds of different styles out there, skinny, slim fit, bootcut, coloured denim and ribbed patterns – men’s jeans are no longer the one-size-fits-all outfit choice and it’s important to choose a style and colour that will ensure you look the best whilst feeling the best, dressed up or down. 

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Skinny Jeans

One of the newest styles of men’s jeans, skinny fit jeans are now an essential part of any wardrobe. This style of jeans includes a tapered leg. A snug fit through the leg which gets tighter toward the bottom, the skinny jean has exploded in popularity through recent years and is a hugely versatile style of denim; whether dressed up or down.
For example, the Brady PLA 383 Skinny Fit Jeans in the 883 Police collection are stylish, skinny fit that come in black. With zip detailing and a ribbed denim feature above the knee, they come in a wide range of sizes and leg lengths to suit almost any body shape. 

The Brady are a standard skinny fit leg which allows for a range of footwear to be worn with them; whether that’s boots for night-time, trainers for the day or even loafers for more formal occasions. 

One of the most common ways to wear skinny is with a simple tee and trainers; it’s practical, affordable and a fitted t-shirt can also help to accentuate a sleeker figure. Our recommended choice would be the Moriarty LAK 664 Skinny Fit Jeans for more casual, the weekend looks. The Moriarty LAK 664 are a light blue, washed, skinny fit style with a super stretch soft denim fabric. To highlight a designer shoe or trainer, why not roll up the bottoms for that super effortless look? For smart-casual looks, pair with a denim shirt or layered tee and casual collared shirt – just ensure you break up the colour block with a contrasting tee to the jeans and shirt. 

Slim Fit Mens Jeans

A slim fit pair of jeans can be best categorised as not too tight but equally not too loose – halfway between skinny and loose fitting jeans, they’re a hugely versatile style of denim yet tend to be worn more casually than the skinny fit option. A slim fit jean goes straight through the hip resulting in a slacker thigh through to a narrower leg opening.
Slim fit are the perfect marrying of style and comfort and they suit pretty much any physique, making them an essential wardrobe staple.  For casual styles, we recommend the Moriarty COB 715 Slim Fit . The Moriarty COB 715 jeans are a light indigo washed slim fit style with a slim leg and distressed detailing throughout. Pair with a basic t-shirt and trainers, or dress them up with a blazer. Alternatively, pair them with an oversized hoodie and chunky military boots for an effortless off-duty style.   

Engineered Style Jeans

A style of that is becoming more and more sought after, an engineered fit style is expertly crafted to ensure comfort whilst maximizing freedom of movement. An innovative yet relatively unexplored style of, the engineered fit is perfect for those looking for something a little quirkier, more inventive, and a style that stands out from the crowd. 
Take, for example, our Hazard VEN 627 Engineered Fit, the dark acid wash style includes an eye-catching knee detailing which is looser above and below the knee but provides enough structure to keep its shape and fit throughout the day. 

These engineered include a twisted fit where the style is embroidered to ‘twist’ in the direction of the weave of the fabric, a versatile and modern style with an edge. This style of goes perfect with a leather jacket and rocker boots for more edgy or daring outfit choices. 

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