WINTER - SPRING - SUMMER OR FALL, DENIMS ARE IN FOR ALL.
CURATED BY TEAM STYLEBYNIKS
Jeans are probably one of the most important investments you'll make when it comes to your wardrobe. You might have a job where you wear them every single day, or you might have a job where you will slip them on after you've slipped off your 9-5 suit, but either way they're an item you'll wear probably more than any other you own. In short, you're going to see a helluva lot of them.
Winter, spring, summer or fall, it’s probably the only clothing item we refuse to let go of. While denim truly never go out of style, there are certain nuances that gain steam during one season versus another.The beauty of jeans is that they are a superb canvas upon which to build the rest of your get-up. Brands are bringing jeans back to their rightful place as icons in their own right, with designers getting more creative about cuts, colors and washes. That's not only good news for men who want to think outside of the classic indigo box, but also for men looking for a fit that fits a little better.
It’s time to kick start your denim game with our incredible range of men's jeans-GO GRUNGE ! with rips or rock our biker jeans, or keep it classic with skinny, straight and slim cuts.
BUT QUESTION COMES DO YOU KNOW WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE?
we're here to tell you (and then give you an array of different jeans you can buy right now).
This style of jean is for the guy who likes a more classic silhouette. Typically laid-back with room in the seat and thigh, these are perfect for everyday wear.
If you're after a close-fitting jean that shows off the very shape of your thighs and calves, then a skinny-fit jean is what you need to go for. Choose from ripped, distressed, biker or spray on designs, and get that street style on.!
Channel your inner Grunge star with a pair of super skinny jeans. the extensive selection includes a variety of colors, washes and distressed finishes, to make sure you find the right piece for you.
Time to refresh your denim arsenal? From the classic washed blue models to the edgiest finishes, all you need to rock this timeless menswear staple.
Looking for injecting some edge to your casual look? The collection of distressed and ripped jeans for men is everything your wardrobe is asking for. From extreme knee rips to light distressing and "rip and repair" style again sticking this year , just you need to balance them out with smart-casual pieces up top.
Perfect for a muscular guy with chunkier thighs, these are wider at the top and more drawn in at the bottom. They're a great middle ground between slim-fit and skinny-fit jeans.
Sure you've probably been told to shy away from boot-cut jeans, but if you're after a Seventies-style fit à la Brad Pitt and Leonardo Dicaprio in Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, then these are for you. With a slimmer thigh and a sharp outward taper at the bottom, pair with a western-style boot for a real menswear moment.
Fashions preoccupation with icey-blue vintage denim, has meant that printed denim has been on the back burner for quite some time. But in world where statement dressing and eye-catching looks drive numbers on instagram, its made a strong case for printed denims comeback. Now, prints should be worn all-over, clashed merrily and madly with little concern for what goes with what.
SPRAY ON SKINNY
If you're a fan of spray on skinny jeans, this unique range has got something for you! Choose from our wide selection of colors, washes and distressed finishes, and get your off-duty style sorted.
Sometimes it's just a little twist on a classic denim that can get us all giddy about wearing jeans. The ribbons/tape feel very fresh and springy.
DENIM WITH TURNUPS
Jeans makers have been changing track in recent seasons, introducing cropped styles that give a leg-up to what’s below. Now though, after several years of pin rolled jeans, menswear’s best-dressed are turning to the turn-up en masse. Turn-ups work best on rigid denim that will more easily retain folds. Try it with a pair of indigo selvedge jeans before finishing with the rugged worker or Chelsea boots when it's cold, then sneakers when your ankles can handle the breeze