10 easy ways to style denim jeans of various colors with different styles of t-shirts. Men's fashion and outfit ideas for inspiration.
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If you're every stressing about what to wear, you can simply throw on a pair of jeans with a crisp t-shirt and pull off a classic look.
I hope I showed you guys different ways you can have fun and mix it up when pairing these staple pieces. What's your favorite way to wear jeans with a tee?
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1: not feeling it
2: great look, but i would do a jacket that's not a blazer (i.e. more casual jacket)
3: it's great that you are wearing chelsea boots and not sneakers, but i hate how tight those jeans are
4: nice look, something i would wear, but with contrasting denim colours
5: nice casual look
6: it's a cool, laid back look, but i do not dig the holes in the jeans
7: yes, this is a fine one
8: the jeans actually look good on you. slim is better than skinny. when wearing bright colours (that are in the same family), just do either the top or the shoes. don't have them both in same/similar colours cos it comes off as trying too hard. in this case, i'd say a blue tee and those sneakers
9: good direction, but i would opt for a better fitting tee
10: sad to say, but it looks rather sloppy. i'd opt for cleaner, better fitting pieces
100% perfect. Really nice looks !
I’m often a bit frustrated not to be able to dress like that in Chicago. It would often be overdressed. Your looks are so European (as I am/ French). That’s why I like them so much !
Best style channel from far. Not for everybody I’m afraid but really the best from my point of view. Glückwunsch !
Тебе не надоело в дамских колготках ходить? 🤣
Если ты гей, и для тебя это нравится, то скажу для тебя чистосердечно, женская одежка на мужчине смотрится забавно. А главное, это плохо скажется на твоих половых органах.
Выброси все эти колготки и купи мужские брюки😁
I see that you wear a lot of white tees. I usually avoid them, not because i dont like white tees but because i havent found the perfect one (i live in Vietnam so i cant purchase those Uniqlo tees in America). I dont like the fact that white tees are a bit see through and it is kinda awkward to show off my nipples, so although i have many of them (12 or 13), i dont wear them much.
I have a question. How do you know if your jeans are too skinny. I ordered a pair of Burberry Slim Jeans, and when I wore them they felt great around my waist and thighs, but felt a little bit tight around my calf area. I don’t know if it’s because I’ve been so used to wearing Straight Jeans. How are slim jeans supposed to fit? I don’t want to look like my jeans are too skinny.
Too skinny is a personal thing, if you feel uncomfortable then it's too skinny for you. If you don't know how you like things to fit you may wanna try on pairs of jeans in-store to understand what leg hole width you might like.
Thanks, good stuff.I'd like if you could make a video detailing specifically how to reason about a) ankle fitment with pants (like baggy vs. tight vs. rolled), and b) tucking part of your shirt in to reveal your belt.
The reason I ask is that I am 6'3" so it can look like flood-pants sometimes, and over the years, I came to learn that if your pants are too short, it makes you look taller, which is great if you are 5'6" and you want to appear taller, but for me I often need the opposite so I don't look like stretch armstrong or like kramer from Seinfeld.
I organically discovered the "front shirt tuck" to reveal my belt, and I think it's an awesome idea. Sometimes I wear like a reddy brown belt that perfectly matches my watch but no one sees that detail in my outfit because my shirt isnt tucked in. I'd like if you could show me some ways to help me gain confidence with showing/hiding ankles with common types of pants and common types of shoes, and with tucking the corner of the shirt in like that. I need some good logic to appeal to.
As one example, I look killer AF with skinny jeans and desert boots, and comically bad with baggy jeans and desert boots. There's something important about this ankle zone and waist zone. How do I know if showing my belt is a bad idea for what I'm wearing? How do I know if cutting the outfit in half with a strong belt-line is a bad idea when I have long legs? etc.
I feel like part of your reply to this will involve your bias towards whatever, but that exact logic you used to get to that point is what I want to hear. I want to know where it goes off the rails and where you need to know certain things to execute properly.
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