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8 Decoded Denimio Jeans Silhouettes

Jeans being a staple in every man's wardrobe, it's crucial to find the style that fits you best. There are a lot of options out there and that's what this article is all about. We are here to break past those barriers with a useful buying guide to men's jeans, so that you no longer struggle to tell apart the different silhouettes. It will help you find the ultimate pair that will fit not only your inseam but also your lifestyle. Well-designed jeans cuts presented by Denimio to suit various body types.

1. Bootcut

Bootcut, or wide-leg jeans, take you back to the fashionable style of the 1800s without looking extreme. These jeans have a regular fit around the waist and thigh, but widen several inches towards the leg opening. As the name implies, this cut allows you to easily fit your jeans over high boots. The flattering silhouette is well-balanced and a perfect match for most body types.

Watch out! The more exaggerated version of boot cut jeans can look dangerously close to flares, a style you might want to avoid as they don’t necessarily look good on all body types because of their dramatic leg opening.

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2. Regular straight

You will never go out of style with this classic “roomy” fit. A pair of regular straight jeans gives you a more comfortable feeling without looking baggy or unflattering. The size is the same from the thighs to the leg openings, providing ample room in the crotch, thighs and legs for those who need it. This straight cut denim does not hug any of your body areas, so it will definitely suit you unless you’re packing some extra weight in the butt or thighs.

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3. Wide straight

The wide straight cut is just a wider-leg version of the classic straight fit. For those of you looking for a vintage/heritage style, this could be your weapon of choice! If you have an athletic build and the regular straight cut jeans feel tight around the butt and thighs, this looser style, with a slightly wider leg opening, might be more suitable as it will give you the extra space you need around those areas.

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4. Slim straight

This is the style to go for if you have a slimmer body type and are looking for slightly more fitted jeans. The regular straight denim cut is combined with an extra-thin cut around the thighs and calves, allowing you to attain that classic look. For an edgier, trendy look you can also roll up the jeans or fold them at the calf.

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5. Skinny

Skinny jeans feature an exaggerated slim fit cut especially at the seats, thighs and calves, and have the smallest leg opening of all cuts. This ultra-tight fit can create the illusion of an even larger build for those with average-to-heavy body types. These are very modern, urban and trendy – they tend to have a rather short front rise, thus sitting on your hips. Rumor has it that people who opted for this style were originally called hipsters. They look great on a thin figure and you may opt for a pair of trendy vintage shoes or fashionable sneakers to complement your style.

If you want to show off a stronger and more grounded lower figure, you can opt for straight or slim cut jeans instead.

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6. Tight straight

If you still have doubts about taking your chances with skinny jeans, the tight straight cut is for you. A bit tighter than regular straight jeans, but not as tight-fitting as skinny ones, they taper slightly at the knee and lower leg, allowing for a tight fit that does not cut off your circulation but still gets you that slim look.

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7. Tapered

Similarly to the slim fit, tapered jeans maintain a regular fit up through the thigh but slim down towards the bottom with a tapered leg opening. This gives the jeans a little more space in the seat and thigh areas while maintaining a slim cut towards the ankle. Ideal trendy look for people with larger legs and those who hit the gym more than once a week – your muscular thighs will enjoy the space provided by these tapered jeans! 

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8. Slim tapered

Much like tapered jeans, the slim tapered cut allows you to have more space and move more easily, but the narrow cut makes for a shaper and trendier silhouette.

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In the end, the cut you choose is all about your body type and what you are looking for in your jeans.