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post #26 of 77
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2. Thavar 811P rolled up (this is the first time i roll up any jeans (they are for sure longer than my usual jeans).

 

                

 

I know the jacket is a little short on the sleeves, but i`m thinking of getting some bracelet/watch to cover that area, any other ideas to make up for that ?

 

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Originally Posted by Denim Collector View Post
 

man i think thavar fits you well.. dont need to make changes.

Yes, indeed i like how they fit but the loose feeling in the waist is giving me second thoughts, and maybe the fact that my underwear can be seen when i sit down (i really don`t fancy the idea and it seems that almost all the skinny cuts suffer from this as pretty much all of them are low waisted :-(). With a belt there`s a minor difference but not the expected one.


Edited by ColdSteel - 3/13/14 at 12:38pm
post #27 of 77

Don't worry about the sleeves, they seem to have the perfect length.

Overall, great fit on the jacket, shirt, shoes and Thavar 811P! :)

post #28 of 77
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Originally Posted by Daaan View Post
 

Don't worry about the sleeves, they seem to have the perfect length.

Overall, great fit on the jacket, shirt, shoes and Thavar 811P! :)

 

Hi Daaan, i`m glad you are here because i promised you the fitting pics of Tepphar 602M, this is the W28/L32 size and frankly i could hardly feel the differences from W30/L32 , if you still remember 2 months ago i was afraid that they are gonna be too tight...well nothing like that, they are almost perfect. I forgot to take a rear picture but i belive they fit much better than the others :D Also, thanks for the thoughts but i still belive the jacket could have been a little longer on the sleeves, would need to work it out somehow.

 

So, here`s the third outfit of today, like i said i`m trying new (bold) styles, and to be honest, the blue cardigan i just wanted to see how it fits colourwise with the rest so i threw it on me and this is what i got. You can also tell me if you guys think there`s like too much of the camouflage pattern, and if i can really wear this outfit on the street :mrgreen: :

 

3.  Tepphar 602M size W28/L32 fits like a charm, plenty of room at the knees, thighs, etc...very comfortable.

 

 

Btw, there is a slight difference in tone of the colour from the site`s pictures. Same thing happened to the hat i purchased:

 

      


Edited by ColdSteel - 3/13/14 at 12:16am
post #29 of 77
@ coldsteel,

From your pics, the thavar 811p looks fine. It might be even better with 32l imho.

If you don't like the low rise thavar, try tepphar. It's mid rise and still skinny.
post #30 of 77
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Originally Posted by Dieselicious View Post

@ coldsteel,

From your pics, the thavar 811p looks fine. It might be even better with 32l imho.

If you don't like the low rise thavar, try tepphar. It's mid rise and still skinny.

They don`t have anymore sizes in L32 so i just have to stick with L34. Sorry i didn`t state that on number 3 outfit it`s exactly a Tepphar, i edited the post so now all should be clear. And yes, they fit very well :mrgreen:

post #31 of 77
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Originally Posted by ColdSteel View Post
 

 

The ones with only cotton, did the stretch in the waist too ? (i surely don`t want them looser than they are now)

 

yup, all my thavars are 100% cotton, it will stretch out especially in the knee because it's one of the part you always impact on when you wear so it will stretch out by the time and from my experience, the waist don't stretch out too much, just a tiny change. And as bro straychev said, all Diesel jeans always have a loose waist, very big. i think Diesel want to creat sexy jeans lol. to conclude, i can say that you and i also have the same problem, the waist is quite large, the knee is quite tight, but again, everything will be ok after a few wears. 

  And IMO, your thavar 811p is perfect, i like how it hugs you, i don't have the same thougt with bro Dieselicious, i think L34 is the best choice for you, really nice stack!

post #32 of 77
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Originally Posted by kynhonglongbong View Post
yup, all my thavars are 100% cotton, it will stretch out especially in the knee because it's one of the part you always impact on when you wear so it will stretch out by the time and from my experience, the waist don't stretch out too much, just a tiny change. And as bro straychev said, all Diesel jeans always have a loose waist, very big. i think Diesel want to creat sexy jeans lol. to conclude, i can say that you and i also have the same problem, the waist is quite large, the knee is quite tight, but again, everything will be ok after a few wears. 

  And IMO, your thavar 811p is perfect, i like how it hugs you, i don't have the same thougt with bro Dieselicious, i think L34 is the best choice for you, really nice stack!

I would definitely not go for a L32 size as i kinda like how they look rolled up, just on some outfits not all of them. I might keep them after all. :)

Now let`s focus on the other outfits, i still haven`t received any opinion (Yes/No/Maybe/whatever) on the number 3. outfit, and there are more to come, like number 4 right here: :mrgreen:

 

4. Krooley-NE 800D Jogg Jeans W28 - I am well aware that i should exchange them with W30 because they look like leggings and i know they will stretch out but not enough i belive. So the next outfit is more of a reference as i will size up on them.

Now i have this jacket Juzihood-NE , it`s the same "wash"/denim as the Krooley-NE and i was thinking to make like a suit from both of them :)

 

       

 

     

 

The denim on jogg jeans is very soft but in my case sizing up would make them more comfortable.

The jacket is a size M, but runs small so if i close the zipper it fits tight (not a bad thing).

Do you know if W30 on Krooley-NE are gonna look saggy on the back? I have a NO-NO thing for saggy jeans (Narrot would be excluded ofc :mrgreen:) after i`ve seen this on the net :

 

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post #33 of 77

I'm glad that sizing down on the Tepphar 602M worked out well for you, they fit you really nice! :)

Now I'm curious about seeing this wash in real life, I imagine it to be soft and comfy...

 

As for the Jogg Jeans, I wouldn't say you need to size up... They look good on you!

They do fit tight indeed, but I'm afraid that size 30 would turn out to be quite saggy...

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I wouldnt size up on the joggs either. in my experience they will stretch out as much as you need to have a nice fit. if you size up, itll be very comfortable in the beggining but im almost 100% certain that they will become very saggy after a few wears (even though 800D is one of the stiffest joggs). consider the fact that due to them being so comfortable, youll end up wearing them quite often so id say keep W28. 

 

just for your reference, when i bought a pair of 800B (another wash than yours) i sized down and it was tight all over. at the time i used to wear W31 in all cuts except for krooley for which i always got W30. i was almost ready to sell them in order to get a W32 and now im really glad i didnt because they have stretched out everywhere (thighs, waist etc). now that ive also lost some weight they are like pyjamas lol but still wearable i guess. so keep W28. i dont think youll regret it.

post #35 of 77

agreed with Daan and audit30 on the krooley jogg sizing! if you will size down, you will have a lot of extra "denim" on the crotch and back. even if the legs will be ok, that "loose" crotch will kill the fit.

post #36 of 77
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Originally Posted by Daaan View Post
 

I'm glad that sizing down on the Tepphar 602M worked out well for you, they fit you really nice! :)

Now I'm curious about seeing this wash in real life, I imagine it to be soft and comfy...

They are indeed soft and comfortable, i can easily say the most comfortable of all the Diesel jeans i got right now, mostly because they are very stretchy (3 % elastane), are very spaceous in the crotch and pockets area, and as the touch feel goes, i would say the fabric would closely feel like Shioner 810M/Thanaz 816L  but thiner, they are a summer jeans for sure and there`s more to the fabric, a little stiffness like it was treated or something, couldn`t tell as i`m not that familiar with Diesel :)

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Originally Posted by Daaan View Post
 

As for the Jogg Jeans, I wouldn't say you need to size up... They look good on you!

They do fit tight indeed, but I'm afraid that size 30 would turn out to be quite saggy...

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Originally Posted by audit30 View Post
 

I wouldnt size up on the joggs either. in my experience they will stretch out as much as you need to have a nice fit. if you size up, itll be very comfortable in the beggining but im almost 100% certain that they will become very saggy after a few wears

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Originally Posted by zdenal_cz View Post
agreed with Daan and audit30 on the krooley jogg sizing! if you will size down, you will have a lot of extra "denim" on the crotch and back. even if the legs will be ok, that "loose" crotch will kill the fit.

Something like this ? First ones from the online store, second ones (a little too baggy i belive) from denimblog, but i like that they do stack as opposed to mine which don`t stack at all.

 

 

 

 

  Should i say that mine are a little hard to get on as the elasticized waist is a litlle stiff, other than that they feel good on the waist. Maybe a little too tight on the legs overall :)  I would have them returned anyway as i paid 200Euro on Diesel store and they are on yoox for only 110 ...8)

 As a second thought , i don`t know if i should really pull this outfit as i can`t really fit the jogg-jeans jacket with other clothes, so i would wear it only with the Krooley-NE which is not practical, here`s an example, i believe It`s hard to match because the denim colour is too dark :

With the Shioner 810M

 

I`m thinking if i should just sell it :confused:

post #37 of 77

the photos of the joggs you just posted are of tepphar-ne, not of krooley-ne. i may be mistaken but tepphar-ne dont stretch out as much as krooley-ne. i dont own a pair but its just an educated guess due to their totally different structure.

post #38 of 77
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I know they are different cut, it happened that i had those photos saved on computer so i posted them just as a reference of what a baggy jogg-jean would look like in my perception :)

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May I ask you what is that belt that you use on part 2 and 3 of your photos. You have it on part 2 on the Thavar 811P and on part 3 on Tepphar 602M?

What is it and what is the name of it?

 

Also my favourite outfit would be the last one with the jogg jeans but only if they were size W29(but sadly they are not available in that size)

 

Other than that Im a big fan of your Tepphar 602M even since you posted the video of the ones you had in W30.

 

Keep up the photos. I enjoy watching so much Diesel outfits here. 

I like when people share more photos of Diesel jeans. I get inspired by their outfit. I tend to "steal" ideas for shoes or belts. Like the one you used in the photos above, i like it and its still available i might actually want to buy one as well

 

Greetings!

post #40 of 77

yes, tepphar vs. krooley jogg jeans. all will stack (if will stack) differently because of different leg opening and different material they are made from + different lenght of each pair and wash. I had 800D, 800A, 800E and now 604Z and every "denim" was totally different. Also I think there was some difference even between 2 Krooley-ne in for example 800D and 800A (800A were much more looser and not so nice fitting).

 

I think you overdo all the stuff. Just keep and wear what you like and fits you nice (based on your "vision"). Even if you don't like some piece and you don't feel right in it and you keep it based on some opinion from other people, you will not wear it in future... For example..., nobody will notice some distressing bellow knee from the back; way how to "properly" roll up / fold trousers leg... It's just clothing, I know you want to get the "best", but forget such a piddling details.

post #41 of 77
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I have to admit...i am a big teaser...i`m keeping the outfit trending the Narrot as the last one for you guys (that outfit is the one i have been looking to pull off since last summer, so it`s been a full year of searches and searches of all the pieces to put it togheter) so bear with me as i think you`ll like it. :mrgreen: Until then :

 

5. Diesel Pisau pants - size M - very nice fabric, light and soft (mix of cotton, polyester and viscose) though they fit very tight on the calfs, but probably will loosen up. I could sleep in those as they feel very nice on the skin and as a friend of mine said, they even look a little like pijamas :) Haven`t decided yet if i`ll keep them or not.

In 3rd picture the sandals are Diesel Black Gold Anibal-H (size 43) which i`m up to return them as i can`t seem to pull a nice outfit out of them. Very good quality nonetheless (made in italy), bought them from yoox .

 

       

 

 


Edited by ColdSteel - 3/13/14 at 5:00pm
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Originally Posted by straychev View Post
 

May I ask you what is that belt that you use on part 2 and 3 of your photos. You have it on part 2 on the Thavar 811P and on part 3 on Tepphar 602M?

What is it and what is the name of it?

I`m so glad i decided to buy it, it fits well with many outfits. Name is Banel, camouflage pattern (i am into that as you could`ve seen). It has some white rusty distressing all over the leather and some nice metal piece ending. I call it my precious :)

 

 

 

Maybe you have more luck but i was searching for it on other sites just in case i didn`t buy it on lattest purchase, but haven`t got any luck so i ordered it with no second thoughts.

If you still want it she has a sister, Biprint , which is much wider than Banel and you can find it on several sites (this is the cheapest one i`ve found http://www.djpremium.com/shop/G1-V176976-R54352-P1706353-Z1/diesel/camo-soft-leather-belt-w-square-buckle.html ) but you can find it on zappos , 6pm, etc..i can send you the links if you want.

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Originally Posted by straychev View Post
 

Other than that Im a big fan of your Tepphar 602M even since you posted the video of the ones you had in W30.

 

I really like how the Tepphar and Shioner cuts fit on me , too bad i heard the Tepphar is gonna be replaced by Sleenker, if i heard right...?

 

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Originally Posted by straychev View Post
 

Keep up the photos. I enjoy watching so much Diesel outfits here. 

I like when people share more photos of Diesel jeans. I get inspired by their outfit. I tend to "steal" ideas for shoes or belts. Like the one you used in the photos above, i like it and its still available i might actually want to buy one as well

 

Greetings!

 

Thanks for the thoughts, i am a stealer myself don`t you worry about that :D 

post #43 of 77
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Originally Posted by zdenal_cz View Post.

 

I think you overdo all the stuff. Just keep and wear what you like and fits you nice (based on your "vision"). Even if you don't like some piece and you don't feel right in it and you keep it based on some opinion from other people, you will not wear it in future... For example..., nobody will notice some distressing bellow knee from the back; way how to "properly" roll up / fold trousers leg... It's just clothing, I know you want to get the "best", but forget such a piddling details.

You are perfectly right, i can be a perfectionist sometimes, but then again this is what denimblog is all about right ? getting the perfect pair of jeans, the perfect fit, genuine advices like yours etc :) . I remember some years ago i was overthinking the wrinkles some jeans would do at the front of the knee, to the point i was about to not wear that jeans anymore... and now they make that wrinkles specifically :-D

And about the wrinkles on the back of the knee on Thavar 811P , i have no problem that they are upper or below (fashion related), i just thought that they are supposed to be in a specific spot as to make that area more flexible.

I give you credit for that :mrgreen: So i`m only looking for opinions and that`s all, in the end i`ll have to decide for myself whether i keep something or not.

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After few years when you think it over, the concerns and frustrations that you are having now looks so silly and embarrassing to you.
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After few years when you think it over, the concerns and frustrations that you are having now looks so silly and embarrassing to you.

 

That could be true in a few years, you never know :)

 

For the comming summer - Kroobeach Calzo and flip-flops Sporty-Flips :

 

 

Some more fit pictures of Tepphar 602M size W28/L32 :

 

   

 

 

6. Shioner 817H - size W29/L34

 

This will be a little surprise as i never mentioned about ordering them, but i placed the order just after i have received the first batch of jeans and i would only find later that this wash is actually very popular on the forum :mrgreen:

Nice thick denim, i think i can feel the resin they probably were treated with. Like Thavar, they feel a little too tight on the knees making it hard to bow them correctly when walking, and they are un-stretchy, i will wear them these days and see if they loosen up at least just a little bit. So here are the fit pics:

 

     

 

This is actually the first shirt i ever had that i could actually tuck in the jeans (as it`s very slim and elastic) and not look stupid pouring all over the waist line, too bad i couldn`t find available the long-sleeves model as i think the jeans are more for cold weather being that thick.

 

   

 

Is the blue cardigan making the colours pop more on the jeans? :rolleyes:

 

     

 

Pop-Quizz : what works best with the outfit, the green military hat or the blue one ?

 

 

 

I`m gonna need a pair of brown shoes very soon as they would fit better than the blue suedes...


Edited by ColdSteel - 3/15/14 at 2:58pm
post #46 of 77
Tepphar is too big and blue cardi is short, IMO
post #47 of 77

The green military hat is better!

Great buy (Shioner 817H) Oh, and btw you made a mistake, they are 817H, not 617H

 

Other than that I like the outfit with the green Diesel Jacket and the Shioner. And yes, brown suede go best with that pair of denim, i know it best! As I have both! :)

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Thanks guys, straight to the point answers, that`s how i like it :)

 

Is the blue cardigan too small only related to the Tepphar or with the Shioner 817H too ?

 

     

 

I really dig it and seems hard to find this specific colour on other sites. And for 48 Euro is good bargain compared to the amazon price which is 120$ (doesn`t even have the blue colour). Plus i can always give the cardigan to a bigger friend of mine to make it even for me :D

 

Here`s some different sites sporting it :

 

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Didn`t have any Diesel cardigan until now, so i wouldn`t know how a size M would look on me but i don`t want it to bee loose either. Maybe there is someone that have a similar cardigan and could say if it`s gonna stretch after some wears.

 

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Originally Posted by straychev View Post
 

The green military hat is better!

Great buy (Shioner 817H) Oh, and btw you made a mistake, they are 817H, not 617H

 

Other than that I like the outfit with the green Diesel Jacket and the Shioner. And yes, brown suede go best with that pair of denim, i know it best! As I have both! :)

 

I edited the post with the correct wash, there are so many for me, still learning some of them :)

I know you have both, in fact i was influenced in buying the 817H by this picture of yours, among some others... and yes, it goes very nice with the brown shoes. Speaking of stealing ideas, you know...:mrgreen: 

 

 

Btw, i know they are un-stretchy, but after 2-3 hours of wearing them they already feel more comfortable on the knees and waist, so are they gonna loosen up more ? They fit me very well, so maybe i am a W29 guy in Shioner?? (i`m still trying to find my "regular" size in Diesel), have you guys sized up or something being a thick and tight denim?

One problem though, i`m having some trouble with tucking them in some high-top shoes, what do you guys do in such cases ? They kinda look stupid, especially from behind.

 

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post #49 of 77

My Shioner 817H was tight at first. But I never had the problem with the knees and legs. From Day 1 the jeans were perfect to my legs.

Although after 3-4 wears the waist did stretch a bit more and the legs stretched as well. This is my favourite cut and wash out of all Diesel Jeans out now! It fits me perfectly!!!

The cardigan looks alright on the photo with the Shioner 817H, and rather short on the Tepphar photos. But In general it fits good, I think!

post #50 of 77

I have 811p Too, and i want to buy Thavar 0829b and THAVAR-NE 0604Z. How do these differ from 811p in size? I have 811p in 30/32 and it fits me well!

I have to order them online, so could you please drop me some help regarding these, please? :)

Thanks a lot guys!

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