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post #26 of 37
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I don't think i will get the diesel jeans after all, they are a bit too slim for my liking.. i would however get 2 more different washes of AE jeans instead.. and still save half of what diesel would cost.

 

Anyway.. I think i should post a photo of my favorite jeans (AE relaxed fit) which i hear is actually (much slimmer than last years fit).

with alternative burnout tee and hoodie.

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post #27 of 37


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post #28 of 37

Well since this is a denim forum i will tell you this not to be mean, but just as constructive criticism. AE's jeans are garbage quality first off. You can pay a little more and jeans far better looking and better made. You can get the two AE jeans and you wont even come close to looking as good as what Diesel offers. American Eagle is one of the most loather brands by people in fashion.

 

Now as to the fit of your jeans in that pic. They look like garbage on you. I think you can get a pair of jeans that arent too tight but still dont fit you like a garbage bag(AE or otherwise). Regardless of what brand you buy I really think you should invest in atleast one pair of slimmer(not slim but just slimmer than what you wore here) jeans. You have a God given jeans wearing figure that some would die for. You dont have to start off with skinny cuts but I guarantee that if you being to slim down one cut at a time. You will eventually only what slim cuts. That is how it happened with me and most in here. We bought a regular straight, then slim straight, then tapered, then skinny. It will be the best decision you ever made. Women love it too BTW :)
 

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Originally Posted by deminman1028 View Post

I don't think i will get the diesel jeans after all, they are a bit too slim for my liking.. i would however get 2 more different washes of AE jeans instead.. and still save half of what diesel would cost.

 

Anyway.. I think i should post a photo of my favorite jeans (AE relaxed fit) which i hear is actually (much slimmer than last years fit).

with alternative burnout tee and hoodie.

Picture 142.jpg



 

post #29 of 37
Thread Starter 

I gave it a shot and ordered the j brand dylan slouched tapered fit in river rock color

 http://www.singer22.com/man/140914o266.html

I ordered it a size down to 28 since they don't have 29, but i usually need a belt to be tight on waist and i hear j brand jeans strench out so i think 28 would work fine.

I am quite anxious to try them on and hope for the best, i will take some pics once i got them!

post #30 of 37

Well J brand = HIGH quality. I am glad to see you are atleast going for quality brands(whether or not the fit is on point). Be sure to post pics

post #31 of 37
Thread Starter 

just got it today..they are a bit more tight than i thought they would be, it's definitely a new style for me as i hardly wear jeans that fit and don't want to look too girly as a guy. let me know what you think of them. what kind of clothes should i wear with them.

Photo on 2011-08-26 at 15.03.jpgPhoto on 2011-08-26 at 15.10.jpg

 

post #32 of 37

This may be the best thing thats ever happened to you(as far as jeans go). They look amazing on you. I hate to tell you, but wearing skinny or tight jeans these days does not make you look like a girl. It depends on how you wear them and if the rise it too low or not. If the rise is less than 8 and half inches then you have a problem and your jeans will look like womens. Also, mens jeans have bigger back pockets than womens. As long as you dont have a really low rise(<8.5") and small back pockets then your skinnier jeans wont look like womens.  I have the perfect example for you. Diesel.com made an error recently by dressing up a male model in a female pair of jeans. They happen to put them together on the same page and its comical. It is a perfect example of how different womens skinny jeans and mens skinny jeans look. Click this link: When you click the link go to the OTHER COLOR option. There will be a dark blue color and a lighter blue color. The first pair of jeans you see modeled are the mens skinny jeans and the second color(the grey pair) are the womens. You can easily tell the difference!  http://store.diesel.com/DIESEL/detail/tskay/230223AD/cod10/42193753DR/mm/125  See?

 

Those look incredible on you. And dont think that you look gay either. I wear skinny jeans and I have a model for a wife. Women love men who know how to dress. Knowing how to dress your body type is important. If you are thin then skinnier is better. If you have muscular or fat thighs then looser is better.

 

I would say that fromt the pic of the front, it seems whatever shirt youre wearing is way too big on you. If you want pointers on what to wear with that then you should look at the "what diesel are you wearing today" thread and see how we wear what we wear: http://www.denimblog.com/c/t/64112/what-diesel-are-you-wearing-today/17250  -- The big thing is that you wear shirts that arent too big and arent too small. You want them to be fitted. Baggy is not ok. Wear graphic tee's and button downs.

 

 

 

 

post #33 of 37
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I think i'm gonna exchange this pair for a pair of jbrand straight cut instead of this tapered one.. i do like the fit and it hugs the hip quite well in 29, however, i don't really like the tapered style that creates all the honeycombs under the knees area. The quality of J Brand is pretty good though.

 

Also, i find that my AE jeans fabric is a lot softer than J Brand even though J Brand is clearly higher quality, maybe because it's less dense... is there anyway i can soften up the denim fabric better?

post #34 of 37

Is it too long?

post #35 of 37

Well the short answer is maybe. To tell you an honest answer I'd say that you need to show me a picture of you wearing them stacked. If you dont know what stacking is then look at this link http://store.diesel.com/DIESEL/detail/tskay/230223AD/cod10/36244086FE/mm/125 -- The cuff at the bottom is what stacking is. Basically its bunching up the jeans at the cuff. So let me see how they look stacked and Ill tell you if they are too long or not. You want them to be a little long if they are slim like that, The only way you want them to be perfect length(goes to the bottom of the heel) is if they are bootcut or regular straight. Skinny legs should always be slightly long so you can do good stacking. Probably about 2 and half inches longer than your normal inseam is decent for stacking. Brands like J Brand, True Religion, Hudson only come in 34 inseam(sometimes 33). If you want to buy brands that you wont have to hem then you will need to go with Adriano Goldschmied, Diesel(obviously), or Nudies.

post #36 of 37
Quote:
Originally Posted by deminman1028 View Post

I think i'm gonna exchange this pair for a pair of jbrand straight cut instead of this tapered one.. i do like the fit and it hugs the hip quite well in 29, however, i don't really like the tapered style that creates all the honeycombs under the knees area. The quality of J Brand is pretty good though.

 

Also, i find that my AE jeans fabric is a lot softer than J Brand even though J Brand is clearly higher quality, maybe because it's less dense... is there anyway i can soften up the denim fabric better?


Sorry I didnt see this before. The honeycombs look good. You really are backwards on your style here. People desire honeycombing on their jeans. Thats why some brands go to great lengths to manufacture honeycombing behind the knees.

In the end do whatever makes you feel better. One day you will catch up with what looks good. It may take time though. Those jeans fit you incredibly

 

post #37 of 37

Oh one more thing....I know I mentioned it already but I think this is important. In the fit pic with the J Brands that shirt looked really baggy on you. What size are you wearing? You shouldnt be wearing anything bigger than a size small. I am 5'9 and I wear smalls only. If that is a small then you should go extra small? What size do you normally buy?

 

Baggy shirts = toothpick legs with skinny jeans....That could be your problem here and thats another problem we never addressed, When you do a fit pic put the whole outfit in the picture so the whole thing can be critiqued.

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