How to Fit Men's Jeans

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Fit men's jeans by looking at the rise on the waist, how straight the legs of the jeans are and the way that the jeans cover the backside. Consider the wash of men's jeans, with darker washes being more formal, using advice from a fashion consultant in this free video on men's fashion.

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Hello, this is Gabriela Garzon at G.G. Image & Etiquette Consulting in Miami, Florida. In this clip, I'm going to talk about how to choose a proper fit jeans for men. Basically, what you have to consider is the style of the person and the body type in order to pick the right fitting jeans for the guy. So, for my model right here you see that he has pretty average type of jeans that are just not too long in the waist, not too high in the waist; that they go all the way straight; they're not, they don't have too much flare, and they're not too tight on the leg as well, but it looks good on his body type. So, you have to figure out that it has a straight leg and that it covers everything in in the backside of the guy. That it's not too baggy; that it's not too tight, and then you will see that he has a good fitting jeans right here. Also, another thing to consider is the wash of the jeans, because you know, if you you make them darker they will be more elegant. If you make them lighter they will be more sporty type of jeans. Like for example, you have this type of wash right here; they're the same straight leg, and as you can see, if you put another one that's a little darker compared to the ones that he's wearing it makes it a little more kind of going out type of jeans. And of course, black jeans will be the most formal type of jeans even if they have straight leg as well, and you know, the same fitting that you will choose for that guy. Well once again, this is Gabriela Garzon at G.G. Image and Etiquette Consulting.


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