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ASOS skinny jeans size compared to Diesel skinny jeans size

post #1 of 8
Thread Starter 

Hello guys, and especially leftvapor (who I think shops from ASOS often)

I am here with a question regarding the fit of the skinny jeans made and sold by ASOS.

I am digging their stuff lately, it's cheap, it looks good and again ... its cheap :D
So I really wanted to know how do they fit and what size do I need if I wear size W30 in Thavar & Shioner.

I really like this one - http://www.asos.com/ASOS/ASOS-Skinny-Jean-In-Mid-Wash-Blue/Prod/pgeproduct.aspx?iid=2943978&abi=1&clr=blue

And it says that they are skinny so I would like to know what size I would need from them.

Other than that I know that I usually need size S from the t-shirts although Im in the upper S more like M, because the sleeves are a bit short for me so Im going to become an M soon I guess :)

Anyway, I just want to know what size do I need from the skinny jeans of ASOS. And are they worthwhile or not so much for that money?

post #2 of 8

Don't know exactly, but find some diesel cut you own (even beter cut + wash) and compare size description with the modeled fit and than choose same model in asos jeans. you will know the size you need ;-)

but of course it's better to get reply from someone here, who own asos jeans...

post #3 of 8
Thread Starter 

I already did compare it with my Shioner 817H but it is very confusing, because the Shioner has a 41cm waist with 19cm knee and 29cm thigh. While the ASOS has 43cm waist with 19cm knee and 29cm thigh.

This is my problem, because Im not sure if I should order size W31 or size W32. Because the W32 has a bigger waist and the other proportions will be normal. While my size W30 Shioner is already a bit lose in the waist for me(it is 41cm) so I would imagine 43cm ...

Do you know what i mean.

Size W32 seems to fit me perfectly, as it shows same measurements with my Shioner, Thavar and a pair of Replay. But the problem is that it has an even bigger waist than my Shioner which is already a bit lose on me... Thats my problem.

So my shout out is to all the ASOS fans here. Because they know better :)

And please, take a look as the jeans that I like are just Skinny fit, not a SUPER SKINNY or EXTREME SUPER SKINNY. They are just SKINNY!!!

post #4 of 8

Yo!

I am afraid I am not going to be able to help. I buy a lot from ASOS but usually its the branded stuff and I have never bought a pair of their own label jeans.

What I would say is that it depends what type of look you are going for as most Skinny jeans from stores in the UK (ASOS, River Island, Topman etc.) will be similar to the Diesel cut Tepphar or Sleenker now I guess. You notice that the pair you sent a link to states that they come in a stretchy material, they are designed to look skinny.

 

I would go with your normal size due to the stretch, if not you can always order the next size up and send one back for free!

post #5 of 8
Thread Starter 

Yes! Thanks! Well, i guess I will go for the W31 and if its too small I might go for a size Larger I guess :)
Thanks again for the help! :)

post #6 of 8
Just order few sizes to try, return the ones that doesn't fit. Their return are free and easy.
post #7 of 8

Instead of Asos jeans, try Cheap Monday, i think they're better from those!

They are very comfy and the price is similar!

As sizes, they are very similar, at least for me. I have w31 in both brands.

Hope this help!

post #8 of 8

I prefer the look of Topman skinny jeans to Asos if I'm honest. I believe they fit similar.

 

I wear 29W 32L in Thavar etc. I wear 30W 32L in Topman

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