SummaryClassic jeans for men - advice from Starz Denim
We are going to talk about good American jeans that every man should have in their closet. I know that is frustrating but if you get the right fit they will end up being the best thing in your closet.
Good American jeans from Starz Denim
As producers, we have spoken with stylists, designers, fashion writers who know about jeans and here is about their favourite pair.
- It is almost always recommended the best one is the classic fit.
From waistband to cuff, we took steps to thoughtfully design and produce this classically rugged denim. Better production equals a better product and the proof is in how you will look and feel when you put them on. A straight jean classic fit always work well regardless of waist size or shape. For a contemporary silhouette that’s still comfy, you should be able to grab an inch or an inch and half of the excess fabric at the back of your thigh.
CHOOSE SOFT COTTON BLEND IN A MEDIUM WEIGHT DENIM WITH 2% SPANDEX. These will be good American jeans!
How often to wear your good American jeans?
You probably wear your good American jeans more than you wear most of the other items in your closet, so its only natural to want them to fit perfectly and look sharp which brings us to the topic at hand. You will be amazed at how much sizing varies from designer to designer how the labels “SKINNY” fit, STRAIGHT fit, stretch and non-stretch denim feel different on your body. But, I can assure you that there is always something out there for everyone. When in doubt, keep the look of your jeans simple and classic. Don’t wash your jeans too often, if you can. The fewer times you wash your jeans the better it is for color and natural fading purposes. When you wash them, turn them inside out and also tumble them in a dry law.
How to wash jeans?
Don’t wash your jeans too often, if you can. The fewer number of times
you wash your jeans the better it is for color and for natural fading purposes. When you wash them, turn them inside out and also tumble them in a dry law.
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