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Designer Jean Styles


One of our most frequently asked questions – and a question most men should be asking, if they don’t already know – is about the differences between True Religion’s jean styles. In this post, we’ll discuss the five different kinds of styles of jeans True Religion Outlet offers, including how they’re different and who should buy them.


Slim jeans are for guys who want something a little bit more form-fitting. Slim jeans are close-fitting and snug, usually tapering at the knee and at the ankle, hugging the seat and thighs.


These jeans are slightly less form-fitting than slim but not quite as loose-fitting as straight leg. They provide a snug fit similar to slim, but with a less-tapered cut around the knee and ankle.

Straight Leg

Straight leg jeans are looser and have a more streamlined look, being the same width from the waist down to the ankle. These are a more traditional style.

Boot Cut

One of the most popular styles, boot cut jeans fit similarly to the straight leg but feature a flare around the ankle area to accommodate a thicker shoe or boot.

Original Fit

Original fit jeans are very similar to straight leg, only the cut is a little looser; they don’t taper much, but are instead loose through the waist, seat, knee, and ankle areas.

Armed with this knowledge, as well as our last post on how to buy jeans for men, you should have no trouble picking out the jeans of your dreams!

How to Buy Men’s Jeans


For some reason, in my experience, men just don’t know how to buy jeans! It’s not entirely their fault; although women’s jeans are just as complicated, the pressure for men to buy stylish jeans seems to be a little less than it is on women. Here, we’ll detail the best advice we can give to men about how to purchase a pair of True Religion jeans that really fit.


The most obvious thing to remember is that the size of the jeans is important, but sizing isn’t just about that number. True Religion jeans range in size from 28 to 44. That number refers to waist size in inches. But your waist isn’t the only measurement you need to pay attention to.┬áSome men don’t want their jeans to sit exactly on their waist, in which case they should measure the area where the jeans will sit. Regardless, you must also consider how tight you want the clothing to be, especially through the thigh, as well as the length of each waist size.


Another thing to consider are the many different styles available to buyers of True Religion jeans. Depending on how you like the jeans to fit – snug, loose, high on the waist or low, tapered at the ankle, form-fitting through the seat or trunk – buyers should seek different styles after choosing a size.


The third consideration men should have when they buy their jeans is what color they want. Darker jeans stain less easily, and are more appropriate for clubs or formal occasions, while lighter washes are more casual and will require more washing.

So now you know what you’re looking for when you go shopping on True Religion Outletter!

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