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Hi!

 

I'm new! I'm looking to have a good time! Maybe you can help!

 

I've had shitty jeans all my life, so it's time to change that. The only decent jeans that I have are Guess Lincoln that I bought a year ago, which I really like, a pair of Diesel Viker 73I that I never wore since it's too big, and 7FAM that I bought yesterday and will need to be hemmed.

 

So.. I'd like to revamp my jeans closet and donate my old Levis! or burn them! bahahaha

 

Here's my buy list so far (in order):

Viker 88z

Safado 8bi

Viker 71b

Safado 71j

 

I need to try some of them on at the mall.

 

Here's my physical build:

5'9"

Fit, kind of skinny, maybe slender. Slight bubble butt. Around 160 lbs. My normal waist for most jeans is 31"

Short legs, 30" inseam works the best for me but the Diesel Viker that I bought at 32x30 is way too long and fat.

 

I don't plan on stacking. I prefer it, at least with my experience so far, if my jeans barely touch the floor when I'm barefoot.

 

What exactly is the norms for stretching vs. shrinking? Some say size down, others say size up for tight jeans like Safado, what's the right way to go?

 

I don't like super ass tight skinny jeans, but I do like slim, straight leg jeans. Should I focus on Viker or Safado when it comes to Diesel? How's my item build?? Too 2008? Any other sexy beasts to put in there or even take out?

 

Thanks!

 

 

 

 

 

post #2 of 3

SIze down.  Almost all diesel jeans will stretch half a size.  Guys look sexy in Larkee 8M2.  It's funny how different people's body types are.  I'm 5'8 with a 26/27 waist and one of my coworkers same height and build.  I need a 32 length in most jeans and he needs to get his 30 length hemmed.  I'm awkwardly leggy.

post #3 of 3

^^ first you should try jeans/various model on; the fitting depends on cut, on wash and also on you style of course. So it's possible you will be different "standard" size in Safado and Viker. Second point is the wash, for example you will need to size up in Viker 71B (from your "standard" Viker size, because 71B runs really tight and small) and size down in Safado 71J (from you "standard" Safado size, 71J will stretch around one size).

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