HOW TO STYLE BLUE DENIM JEANS + LOOKBOOK | Men's Fashion | Daniel Simmons
How to style jeans
Men's Fashion 2018
Hi everyone! What’s good??!
Denim jeans.. damn these are a staple for anyone’s wardrobe!
So today I show you how I like to style them!
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I used to believe that dark denims are better than lighter ones but these days I’m finding myself coming back to my light blue jeans more and more often. Light blue jeans with a solid colour tee just gives off that refreshing, casual and carefree vibe that dark blue and black jeans can’t.
I love your videos! Im a stylist and i prefer to style men, so i get lots of inspiration from you!
also, the loose fit jean is the wave, skinny if your thin and wearing an oversized top - PRO TIP from Baby :)
Can you still wear loose fitting jeans if you're short though? I tried the loose fitting t-shirt + jeans look once, I looked like I was wearing my dads clothes. Just my opinion, but if you're not that tall, its much harder to pull of both loose t shirts and jeans
Now iam wearing blue jean tomorrow 😂
personaly i like both skinny (but not to skinny ) and slim jeans i feel i can versitele with both
i notice something in your vid and its that the laces on your vans are not super long like mine did they come like that ?
good vid man ✊
Interested aswell. Props for the beginning clip which lasted for like 10 seconds, but probably took you a good while to shoot since it featured to many different pieces with the jeans. Appreciate the small details.
i really thank you for ths video because i honestly preferred wearing black and darker denim to blue jeans but this really opened me up to trying more blue denim. i was also wondering how you find jeans. ive commented ab this before but finding a looser and tapered jean for thicker thighs cause its actually quite a struggle..
Hey bro top video again. Don't know if it's a big enough topic for a video but I never know when to wear socks showing and when to where invisible ones, I want to be able to mix it up but find that the majority of the time I just go back to wearing invisible socks with most of my fits..
It seems like if U make videos since you were a little kid, cuz' your videos are so Pro, I love the edition, sounds, everything! Thanks a lot for the advice, now I know how can I rock all my light blue pants. I prefer winter for so many reasons... enjoy these hot days and stay safe!
Thank you for opening my eyes bro, I basically wear just skinny jeans and you're completely right, the fit changed the overall vibe and aesthetic of the outfit, thank you bro, and I love the vid like always, best YouTuber right here 💪🏼
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