Skinny Jeans For Him – Definitely A Thing!

Fashionistas and, in fact, most of the trend conscious people have been confirming that skinny jeans for women are second or third choice these seasons.

But not so for the guys. Even though the baggy and oversized denim trend has been going on for a few years, the skinny jean has and still is a must-have staple for the guys. Especially when it comes to certain situations when you’re supposed to dress up. Yes, ok, baggy jeans worn with a blazer and dress shoes can be acceptable. But, lets face it, you’d be doing way better in a pair of cool skinnies,,, just saying!

To confirm our point of view, we suggest checking out our lookbook features for this spring and summer. Almost every brand has included at least a few skinny options in their current collection.

One important factor you might want to consider before buying your skinnies. How do you prefer the fit and feel of your jeans?100% cotton are not going to give you as much comfort as stretch jeans, obviously. But still, there is the option of vintage wash jeans which are usually quite soft and giving even without the stretch. Therefore, to make it easier for you, we’ve added the composition details in our description of the jeans below.

American Eagle AirFlex+ Ultrasoft Patched Athletic Skinny Jeans ($45) – 46% Cotton, 25% Recycled Polyester, 18% Lyocell, 10% Recycled Cotton, 1% Elastane

Mott & Bow Benson Jeans ($129) – 98% Cotton; 2% Elastane

Ksubi Van Winkle City High Heritage Jeans ($240) – stretch denim composed of cotton & elastane

Paige Croft Skinny Fit Jeans ($199) – 52% rayon/26% cotton/21% polyester/1% spandex

Tom Ford Skinny Selvedge Jeans ($750) – selvedge denim 98% cotton, 2% elastane

Purple Brand Paint-Splatter Print Skinny Jeans ($141) – Cotton 98%, Lycra 2%

PRPS Viability Skinny Jeans ($178) – 99% cotton/1% elastane

AMIRI Skinny Fit Logo Embroidered Jeans ($1,128) – 92% cotton, 6% elastomultiester, 2% elastane

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