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Skinny & Slim Fit Jeans – Everything They Have in Common & Everything They Don’t!

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If one were to rank all the Denim Jeans fits on a spectrum on the basis of their tightness and the cut that is figuring hugging, Skinny Fit Jeans and Slim Fit Jeans would be right next to each other, with Skinny Jeans being at the very beginning of the spectrum. So is there really any difference between the two fits? The answer to that question is, yes! Though the difference that we speak of is minuscule in level, it isn’t one that can be ignored. So let’s not waste any more time and jump right into it and have a look at all the things that Skinny Jeans and Slim Fit Jeans have in common and everything that they don’t! 

Before we talk about the differences between these two fits, let’s talk about all the things that make these two fits nearly impossible to distinguish between. Both, Skinny Jeans and Slim Fit Jeans are cut in a way that makes them a perfect fit around the waste. This cut pattern is not restricted to just wastes though. The two fits are also cut in a manner that makes them skin tight around the hip and the thighs. This gives the two of them that chic look that we all love along with that figure-hugging look that we simply can’t get enough of. 

The one out of the mere two things that make mens skinny jeans and Slim Fit Jeans for Men any different from each other is the way in which they are cut from the knee down. Skinny Fit Jeans for Men are cut so that they remain figure-hugging throughout the leg. Mens slim fit jeans, on the other hand, are cut so that they give a slightly more wiggle room from the knee down. 

The other key difference between the two fits is the lep openings at the bottom of the Denim Jeans. Skinny Jeans, consistent with their skin-tight look, have a narrower leg opening, giving this fit the appearance of the second skin. However, mens slim fit jeans have a comparatively wider leg opening, not wide enough to compare to the Straight Fit Jeans or any of the other ones on the spectrum. But wider than Skinny Jeans nonetheless. 

Now that we have gotten that out of the way, let’s keep the ball rolling and talk about how best to style your Skinny Fit Jeans and Slim Fit Jeans. Despite their differences, both these fits give off that narrow and chic look that we just love and want more of. This is why if you are more into contrasts, the best way to style them would be with a T-Shirt or a Shirt from Men that is slightly on the loose side of fits. But if you are dressing for an occasion that calls for a show of your physique, we would suggest the option of a more fitted Shirt or T-Shirt. And you can always pair any and all of them up with a smart-looking Sweater or Sweatshirt to complement your Jeans. Throw on a Jacket and you are ready to take the world by storm.

And the absolute best part about all of this is that all the Fits of Denim Jeans and Men’s Clothing mentioned above are now available for you to add to your cart and shop online! So what more are you waiting for? Head on over to our website now! 


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