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Men's Skinny and Slim Jeans

Men's skinny and slim jeans have become increasingly popular in recent years. Designed to fit tightly to your body, they can be worn with a range of outfits, from smart to casual.

Skinny vs. slim

Men's skinny jeans are exactly that - they are designed to fit your legs tightly, with very narrow legs. These are most suited to men with long, slim legs who are not body conscious.

Men's slim jeans are also tight fitting, but just not to the extent of the skinny jeans. They have a little more room in the thigh and calf sections, so are great for men with wider legs. The wider leg also helps to balance out a larger top half.

Leg length

To measure your leg length, grab a tape measure and measure from your crotch down to where you want the jeans to finish. Remember to wear shoes when you do this or your measurement won't be accurate.

Long jeans are designed to fit a man with a leg length of 34 inches.

Regular jeans are designed to fit a man with a leg length of 32 inches.

Short jeans are designed to fit a man with a leg length of 30 inches.

Rinse and treatment

Distressed is a very casual rinse. It has a 'worn' and 'lived-in' look, and a mixture of shades. Sometimes there are tears in the jeans too, and so they suit a man who has a 'grungy' style.

Faded skinny jeans are again designed to have that 'lived-in' look. This denim will have lighter and dark patches on the jeans, designed to look naturally faded. The faded patches are usually on the front of the thighs, and have a slimming effect.

Stone washed slim or skinny jeans have been washed with pumice pebbles to give a 'worn-in' look. It also gives the jeans a softer feel, making them comfortable to wear.

Indigo and dark wash is the most simple of all the washes, and is arguably the smartest of all the choices. It is a dark blue colour, which is flattering on all body shapes and sizes.

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