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D2 "Cool Guy" Style. Other brand with similar style?

John Troump

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Nov 4, 2017
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Hello everyone,
I just registered to the forum and I am glad if I could find an expert to answer my question.

So, I love DSQUARED denims. I have 3 "Cool Guy" style pair of pants.
I love their fit on my legs, the fact that they "close" as they are getting lower and they are pretty comfortable at crotch since they are middle-waist and the 2% of elastine is great to keep the "skinny" style as much as I like it (not too skinny and not buggy)
I ware size 44 and, as you can undertsand, I am very thin.

However, since they were very expensive, at least for my budget, I don't want to ware them at the office and wash them every week. I prefer to keep them for some more "special", lets say, occasions.

Also, I have 3-4 Diesel denims, tappered the style 29 waist, 32 length. 2 Iakop with elastine and spandex and 2 Daaron.
They are "regular, skinny, tappered" but their on me look cannot be compared with the Cool Guy style.
They are a little bit buggy and they don't get narrowed at the end of the leg.

A long time (4 years) ago I had tried a Thavar model at a Diesel store but, my first impression was that it looked too skinny on me.

I use to shop from their online stores since they can refund me if I return something I don't like and, at the same time, I work so many hours that I can't visit a store, simply because they are closed when I am done from work.

So, my question is: since I like the Cool Guy style and I need to buy some pair of denims for the office, does anyone knows which model is THE closest to D2 Cool Guy style?

I would appreciate any hint and advice.

Thank you in advance.
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