Jeans for Men
A casual wear classic for around seven decades, jeans for men remain one of the most popular items in the wardrobe, regardless of the season. Men's jeans can range from the most basic pair of work pants to sophisticated designer label versions. Apart from the classic blue, jeans for men come in a range of shades including popular black and gray versions, some with bleached or stonewashed finishes. The Stylight site offers a comprehensive choice of jeans for men.
Denim Delegation: Jean Styles You Should Try
Not all denim can do double-duty. You need jeans that work for different occasions. Break away from the same jeans you wear week in and week out. Seek out other styles that are just as flattering and even more fashionable.
Here is our rundown on the jean cuts, fits and styles you need to know— and own.
A classic shape meant to be worn with work boots, this style of denim elongates legs and make you look leaner. Bonus? Bootcut jeans are flattering on every body type. Wear them with a casual ensemble comprised of desert boots and a slim-fitting T-shirt.
Depending on your build, skinny jeans can be hit or miss. Since they are tight all the way down your leg and bunch slightly at the ankles, they’re not as flattering for bigger, bulkier bodies. If you are on the leaner side, incorporate these pants into your casual wear. Go for a colored pair to wear with sneakers and a sweater.
Not to be confused with skinny jeans, tapered denim has a relaxed fit in the legs that narrows at the ankles. This style creates a flattering, natural shape that’s especially beneficial for men with short legs. Buy them in a darker shade and they can be worn on casual Fridays at work. Pair them with a button-down and leather oxford shoes to keep this look professional.
For the man not afraid to make a style statement, dare to wear a pair of overalls for a new take on your denim look. Keep them looking more urban and less farmer by buying them in black and wearing them with a fresh T-shirt and leather sneakers.
When it comes to denim, one size or style does not fit all. Invest in a new pair—or two— to mix into your wardrobe.