In this men's jeans fit guide video, I showcase each of the readily available fittings and styles of jeans for men. At the end of the men's jeans guide, I also recommend you the best options for each physique and body type.
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The latest style of tube fit is the worst style that men have ever had. Some people are made to believe that thus is the style and they wear it like sheep. It looks good on women and not men.
In future there is a possibly that men are made to believe a pant with one leg is the style or underwear worn over pant is the style and underwear word on head in the style and there may be takers. When you believe in something without using common sense awkward things happen. Tube fit is an example.
Slim taper jeans look like woman’s jeans. Skinny jeans should be exclusively for women. Slim jeans are borderline going into female jeans in my opinion if they look too tight. Classic jeans are the way to go
One quibble: Those huge trousers at the top of the video are not "relaxed fit", which refers to jeans that offer a little extra room in the seat and thighs, then taper down to about the width of straight jeans at the cuffs. They look OK on bigger guys.
Over here in the UK the fashion is just anything that's super skinny like joggers that stick to ur legs (Adidas and Nike ones) and super skinny jeans too. But in America it seems if you wear anything remotely skinny your considered homosexual.
The invention of loose fit jeans changed my life. Regular jeans never worked for me with the big butt/thighs and a small waist. There was either tons of room around the waist or super tight across the rear if I sized down. I wish loose fit had been around when I was younger. The only thing back then was button fly Levis which were cut fuller. Even the regular fit jeans worn in this video look skinny to me.
I have a thin/athletic build and I'm short so I like to wear Skinny/Super Skinny jeans, Slim jeans feel too big for me. I do have some guy friends that wear woman's Jeggings but that's too tight for me
I'm tall and skinny. I wear Ariat M7 29/34 or 29/36, depending on type of shoes. They are bootcut to accommodate my preferred footwear but snug from the knee up. I hate saggy crotch feeling jeans so these work perfect for me. Levi's 527 are similar in fit but they only go up to a 29/32 inseam.
I just found out about Slim Tapered
Listen all I want is something like Jogger in the jeans wolrd
I want Slim Bum/Thigh area, because I got big crouch/bum/thighs...but then I want skinny leg opening and just something like Jogger gripping my legs so I don't have to cuff the fuckin slim jean all the time...that's all is it that hard to make?
I get all my jeans custom tylored. I have an old worn out pair of straight tapered Perry Ellis jeans I use as a template. So I buy based on color, fabric and fit on top. I tend to buy a lot of Tommy Bahama, Perry Ellis and Tommy Hilfiger jeans. But still get them all tailored to my spec.
Good video. I struggle to get trousers and jeans as my waist is 31 and jeans are 30 32. So when I buy jeans they either too baggy in the bum for me or either the waist feels too tight. Also I’m not very tall and this can make them baggy too. I think that Levi’s 501’s are very good straight legged but you must but the right waist size. I also recommend stretch jeans as these waist sizes can come up bigger and won’t feel too tight in the waist.
I only rock the Skinny, Boyfriend and Flare Jean's and even though mines is in women, they still look good. The thing is most guys are against the skinny jean trend because they're fragile and a bunch of pussies who care more about what others think and pleasing women. That's not me, I've been rocking the skinny jeans before it came into style, I have very thick legs thanks to Football and Basketball and I hated wearing the baggy jeans, it made me look fat as hell, bigger than I already am. The skinny jeans allow me to show off my legs and though I don't care what women think, I've gotten more positive comments from them than men, gay men have given me positive comments though so I guess I'm winning. Rock what you want and live your life, not everybody else's that's how you win.
I didn’t understand how a “jeans” could be “comfortable” or not! It just a jeans to cover lower half of the body until I bought Levi”s 512!! Wore it EVERY SINGLE DAY for 4 years and washed once a 2 months I guess!! My waist got bigger by two points so had to leave that jeans!! Second time I didn’t have money that much so bought 2 Spyker jeans “skinny tapper” and wearing it since last two year! No complaints!! Strongly suggest Levi’s or Spyker!
Another pro tipp if you are buying jeans online, what some people definitely do.
If you are buying slims than buy W = L (For Example W30 L30)
If you are buying skinnys than buy W plus the next L (For Example W30 L32)
That USUALLY tends to work.
Buying a W30 L32 would definitely, in 90% cases be too long and will need tailoring
Whereas Buying W30 L30 Skinnys Usually will give you a really tight leg opening and tight leg in general.
So yeah I noticed this and it really worked for me..
I always wear skinny jeans as my legs fall between chicken and muscular but a bit close to muscular. The ones I personally recommend are Bershka (£19.99 per pair) and Next (£22 a pair) both for me are really comfortable and look amazing. Moreover, they both offer quite a lot of stretch as well for your comfort. I would never wear Super Skinny and Spray on jeans as they look gay (sorry for my homophobic language)
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States with a high percentage of farmers had substantially lower mobilization rates, and this explains a considerable share of the state variation in mobilization rates.
The authors show that in states with greater war mobilization of men, women worked more after the war and in 1950, but not in 1940. This differential does not appear to be explained by other cross-state differences or possible demand factors, and is not present in the 1940 data nor does a similar trend recur in the decade of the 1950s. The authors interpret these differentials as labor supply shifts induced by the War. Acemoglu, Autor, and Lyle believe these cross-state changes in female employment were caused by greater participation of women during the war years, with some of those women staying on. War changed womens preferences, opportunities, and information about available work.