When choosing your style of jeans

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by modual, Jun 30, 2006.

  1. modual

    modual Senior member

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    Like many on here i have bootcut and straight leg jeans.I'm interested to know what influences your decision when choosing to wear bootcut or straight leg jeans with sneakers / shoes. Imo bootcut such as nudie reg ralf looks good with pretty much everything i.e desert boots , low profile adidas italia. So what do you guys normally wear with what and why
     


  2. DNW

    DNW Senior member

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    I wear both bootcut and straight leg jeans with boots or sneakers, interchangeably. I don't really think about them that much.
     


  3. swooc

    swooc Senior member

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    i wear boot cut jeans cause i like mine to cover the shoes i wear. Only exception are thin shoes like the chucks which i wear straight leg with.
     


  4. cgeezy

    cgeezy Active Member

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    A cut like the APC New Standard I feel really works for a "straight-taper" asthetic. I feel you can wear slimmer shoes with them and they look great. I do think though that my APCs fit a little looser than most who buy them.
     


  5. Brian SD

    Brian SD Moderator

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    I have an unofficial sizing system in my head. Chunky shoes = big leg opening. Skinny shoes = small leg opening.
     


  6. denimdestroyedmylife

    denimdestroyedmylife Big Winner

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    I have an unofficial sizing system in my head. Chunky shoes = big leg opening. Skinny shoes = small leg opening.
    Naturally!
     


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