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Zuberi, I've enjoyed your posts on this site, but I do want to point out that slim fit refers to the overall cut of the jeans, whereas the terms boot cut, straight and tapered refer to the leg opening only. You can purchase slim fit bootcuts, slimfit straight cuts, slim fit skinny, and slim fit tapered. The term 'slim fit' is only meaningful in comparison to the terms 'relaxed' or traditional fit within the same brand.
Slim fits are narrower through the hips and thighs than straight and relaxed fits. There's no way of knowing exactly how they'll fit without exact measurements. Which is why it's best to simply go to a store to try jeans on to get a reference point. Once you get your first pair that fit you, you can take measurements, and then ask for measurements if you want to purchase online.
jeans are very personal- I myself like slim fits best but everyone is different. All are good but it's easier to go 'wrong' with boot cuts or originals than it is to go wrong with slimfits.
@real, thats interesting Ill have to up my homework. Might vary a lot from brand to brand actually- in the stores where I usually go you can pretty easily find out what sort of cut or type it is because they categorize them based on the 4 I mentioned in the article
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Honestly true religions are over played out and Nudies are the best higher end denim brand out right now.
There is a huge online community devoted to jawnz. I mean, it is huge and incredibly obsessive. It's a major passion for a certain niche of 20 something dudes, as important to them as red sox baseball or the packers are to certain sports fans.
But the OP and probably most of the people reading this thread, are simply looking for beginner's tips.
Are "douchebag" jeans ie rockandrepublic, true relig, diesel, 7FAM "played out?" Could be.
Should a newbie pursue a smaller boutique label such as nudies or ernest sewn instead?
The only and best advice I can give to someone getting their first pair or two is simply to get the best fit, steer clear of major no-no's (high rise, taper leg), and hopefully stay within their budget, whatever that may be.
Personally speaking, I have upwards of 20 pair of jeans (I actually have no idea how many pair, it's just a guess). I have a smattering of douchebag brand jeans along with a few pair from some of the boutique labels, and a rather large assortment of "2nd tier" mall brands, along with a large collection of levi's. Most are slim fit, but I have a variety including bootcut (of various sizes ranging from slightly larger than straight cut to ridiculously large bootcut openings), straight leg, and tapered.
But what's the point really? I can go out in gym clothes, or wear the rattiest gear I have, not shave or shower or brush my teeth, and my ability to attract women is not appreciably diminished.
That's why I say get in, get out. Get a pair or two, and fuck it, leave it at that and get on with your life. Or, become a denim addict who becomes a ghost/zombie trolling malls + the worldwide web 24/7 in pursuit of one's jawnz fetish. It ain't worf it!!!!!
The nearest nordstrom is about 2 hours from me : /
And the problem is, that I really know how none of these jeans are going to fit. I have never purchased NICE jeans before so am not familiar enough with the fits to be able to know which ones I would buy
For now, just go to a macy's or jcpenney, or some other mall retailer, and ask for a pair of slim fit bootcut jeans. Use the guidelines I've already outlined. Set a budget and stick to it. You should be able to walk out with a nice fitting pair for $50 or less. If you go to the first two retailers, get a pair of pre-washed levi's. They make some of the softest, most comfortable, best fitting bootcuts in their price range.
There's been a lot of discussion about jeans, but it's the part of your overall look that women notice last and least. In dive bars or local hangouts or other casual settings, it will probably not make any difference at all.
Even when I game in LA, in bars with lots of hot girls, I generally don't need to go 10/10ths.
There's enough info here for you guys to get started, so just do it.
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