Find your perfect jeans
Are you having problems with finding those perfect jeans? Jeans that suit your body type, feel comfortable, fit right and look good can be difficult to find when you don’t know what you’re looking for. Just read up on the points mentioned below to get it right:
Don’t pick up jeans when you’re in a hurry. And don’t go with pre-conceived ideas about a specific kind. Go with an open mind and be willing to try on a number of different brands and styles before settling for the right one. When you feel you like a particular pair, walk around and sit down in them to see if you’re comfortable.
The cut is all important when it comes to jeans. A good pair of jeans should fit comfortably on the waist, legs and crotch. They should fit you well where you’re large or big. They should look good with your belt and shoes and from the front and back. Some men like to go with thicker denim and some like the stone-washed kind that feels softer and feels more flexible.
Dark washed jeans, men’s 29×30, antique indigo Wrangler Riggs Workwear have a classic fit and are dependable and excellent for long, hard days at work. The denim is tough and durable. They have a relaxed fit and a straight leg and offer superior comfort and easy movement in the knee, thigh, crotch, seat and bottom opening.
Once you understand and identify your brand or style, it’s easy to pick out favorites from the varieties available. Like, for example, if you know that 505 jeans, straight, suit you best, you can easily pick that out at any outlet. Numbers, for example, 505, 517 or 501 refer to specifications in Levis jeans like cut (boot cut, slim), whether low or high rise and other details. Recent Levis 505 refer to a ‘classic’ comfortable fit where the rise is slightly shorter, sits lower on the hip with straight waist and hips. They’re adaptable to any occasion and have a nice fall.