Uncover your perfect pair of jeans today thanks to our variety denim cuts and washes that cover all bases. Designed to last, while still retaining the relaxed comfort synonymous with JAG, each pair works back to your wardrobe for an off-duty favourite you’ll reach for again and again. Team our contemporary slim cut jeans with tees. for a casual look, or bring added dimension with a button-up shirt and boots. Straight leg jeans evoke the classic denim silhouette, and work well with shirting or a knitted jumper in the cooler months. When it comes to washes, don’t be afraid to experiment – darker hues work for more formal settings while lighter blue washes exude a more laid back feel. READ MORE ▾
How to care for and wash denim jeans?
As denim naturally softens over time, your favourite jeans will start to mould to your body shape. For this reason it’s advised you don’t wash them too often, as each wash will affect the silhouette. If you do need to give them a wash use cool water and a gentle liquid detergent, before line drying them in the shade. Direct sunlight can cause denim colours to fade, so keep in the shade as much as possible. Store your denim in a dark place to ensure they aren’t subjected to regular sunlight and air them out between washes.
How to style men’s straight jeans?
Straight jeans are a classic denim style and a versatile fit that can work back with many of your other wardrobe staples. Straight jeans mean that the leg is cut to fall straight from the knee to the hem, so the diameter of your thigh, knee, calf and ankle gives the appearance of the same shape. In order to achieve the right balance with straight jeans it’s best to pair with looser fitting layers. Add the necessary volume to the top of your outfit with a loose t-shirt and open button-down shirt, or a relaxed knit in winter.
How to choose the right fit for men’s jeans?
As with any other piece in your wardrobe, it’s important to find a pair of jeans that suit your body shape. Start by measuring your waist and inseam to get an idea of the size you’ll need, and take into consideration your body type when trying on different styles. For example, men with slender builds will suit a slim or straight leg jean, or if you have a wider waist opt for a relaxed fit jean, or a straight leg pair with a high-rise seam. Denim will tend to stretch almost a full size in the first 10 – 20 wears, so be sure to choose a size down when buying your jeans.