Are You Wearing The Right Fit of Jeans? | Men’s Style Staples

How should jeans fit? Are you wearing the right fit of jeans?
In my men’s jeans guide, I outline six different styles of jeans and what men’s body shape they will suit. Understanding how jeans should fit is important in order to get the best style of jeans for you.
Men’s jeans come in a variety of shapes and fits but they won’t suit everyone.
In my jeans style guide, I’ll be covering men’s skinny jeans; slim jeans; straight jeans; athletic jeans; standard jeans; and bootcut jeans.

Best fit of jeans:

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– Skinny –
– Slim –
– Straight –
– Athletic –
– Standard –
– Bootcut -
– Aveda Thickening Tonic –
– Patricks M3 Clay –
– My hair was cut 2 days before this video was filmed. It was a 0.5 clipper back and sides.
– The top comes down to the top of my nose.
– It’s longer in the front than the back.
– Boxy grey t-shirt –
– Paul Smith Design bomber jacket [similar] –
– Navy top –
– Oversized denim jacket –
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Bhavya Bansal says:

My waist is around 30, and my thighs are around 23-24 inches.I work out. Which fit should I look for ? Also, suggest some brands in the $50-100 range.

Carlos Landicho says:

Brand battle lynx vs vo5 clays pls

Jc Jin says:

i wear carrot fit jeans thanks Robin you helped me a lot

Jennifer Harton says:

There might be a compromise… I live in the west. The guys out here are cowboys that wear tight wranglers and cowboy boots. Lots of rodeos with muscular cowboys in boot cut wranglers. Have mercy. I’m married and I’m going to hell. Don’t tell my mama.

Kevin Karnoto says:

More awesome series from you robin good work. What if i have bigger body from up to middle i mean i have big chest but i have slightly thin leg (smaller from middle to bottom ) if this make any sense what is the best fit for me? thanks

Ling Peow Kok says:

Robin, once again you nailed that perfect hairstyle! Have a great week ahead!

Alberto Gaytán says:

what’s your favorite hair product overall?

Michael Beal says:

wear them large, done.

Jeremy Stig says:

i choose the fit of my jeans based on how tight the area around my calves are. Too tight just looks ridiculous.

Pijbb says:

Great video, but I feel your jeans/trousers here and in instagram photos are slightly too long, resulting in the fabric sort of ‘pooling’ at the bottom. Do you usually get them tailored? I have all of my trousers/jeans hemmed and tapered. Only costs ~£15.

Etiros says:

I hate boot cut jeans! Always look odd. Slim fit all the way.

Zack Martin says:

I didn’t even know athletic fit was a thing, but i really like them

Manan Khandelwal says:

dude i cannot find skinny jeans for Levi’s plz name some series of Levi’s for skinny my waist size 28

Wry Haiola says:

loose and boot cut the best

BigBoy Cars says:

Can you do Men’s shorts shorts next, please?

R.J. says:

Pro Tip: If you are super skinny, to the point to wear men’s skinny jeans look like standard jeans on you, I HIGHLY recommend wearing women’s skinny jeans. I’ve recently started doing this because I’ve always had this problem, and I am absolutely in love with the way they look and feel. Trust me, most people won’t even know the difference, and if they do, who cares because you look dope. I hope this helps someone.

Mitch says:

Anything baggier than skinny is a no. They become bootcuts, and that is a no. A big no

Chitum Dakpe says:

make videos on what to wear with sports shoes

Grand Mapussydestoryer666 says:

women love ass now and days and it looks good to be honest. cargo shorts make my ass look good and im a straight guy. but when i ware jeans my ass looks saggy, and i dont think that will look attractive to the ladies in my opinion. i love cargo shorts and demin vest. kickass combination.

flash5 says:

Can you make a video about shoewear, like what to use and whatnot. Great video. cheers!

Le drunkku says:

nice video man , i enjoyed it 😀 thanks ^_^

Sidnei de jesus says:

funny thing is that boot cut looks better

Lanier Smith says:

Fabulous coverage of Jeans for all men! Bravo Robin. I wear Levis 501 in black, blue, white, grey and red. The black and grey get the most wearing but it’s nice to have the others to fit my mood. Looking to add tan as well. Love mixing them up with casual and formal touches. Its all in the styling, accessories and attitude. Cheers.

Atshapi says:

Was actually some really helpful information. Thank you.

Elyenrim says:

Hi Robin, i have so many problems to find a jean which fits me because my body is so weird lol.
Like, i’m 5.7 and 65 kg, which is a normal weight for my height. But it’s like all the 65 kg are in my legs ! It’s so embarssing like i’m 19 and i want to wear skinny or at least slim jeans, jeans that will let my shoes appear very well, and normally i can because i’m not like fat or somethin, but every jean that i wear is so tight around my legs.
So my question is : is there athletic or standad jeans which are tight around the ankle ? Or if there isn’t what can u advise me for my situation ?

Chad Sorley-Spencer says:

What would you charge to follow me around for like a week and help me with hair and style tips with my clothes XD

shawn daich says:

My legs are small and I have like no ass and when I wear skinny jeans i just feel like i look like a crack head dude but i like the style of it on other people. I might try on some athletics to fill the lower half of me out but i like skinnies cause theyre tight around the ankles. ill forever be confused about this

Anthony Jordan says:

Thank you 🙂 Good advice

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