Diesel styles come in a variety of fits, from very slim or tight to relaxed or loose, to fit many body types. Additionally, a variety of leg cuts, from tapered to flared or bootcut, suit many men’s styles. In shopping for the right leg cut for your personal style, knowing how each Diesel cut fits allows you to choose the best cut.
Styling Diesel Tapered Jeans
Alternately ridiculed as the destroyer of fashion and hailed as the cutting edge of style since their debut in the 1970s, tapered jeans combine a relaxed fit at the thigh with a tight fit at the ankle, making them a great choice for men with muscular thighs who want a tight-in-the-ankle fit. Diesel tapered jeans make a statement of style whether worn with a casual tee, or a dress shirt and jacket. Balance the slick, modern look of tapered jeans with a textured or contrasting patterned shirt, or opt for layers of colors and textures.
Styling Diesel Straight Jeans
Straight cut jeans generally sit at your natural waistline, fitting slimly through the seat and thighs. Wear this classic jean with or without a cuff at the ankle, and the style looks terrific with just about anything you want to wear it with. Try pairing your Diesel straight jeans with a fitted shirt, or don layers in cool weather, putting a sweater over your favorite tee. For a dressier look, pull a light blazer over a colored dress shirt with a leather belt. Pairing a polo shirt and sneakers with your Diesel straight leg jeans works great for a day of adventure.
Styling Diesel Bootcut Jeans
Originally designed for wear with western style boots, bootcut jeans flatter many body types. This cut sits just below the natural waistline, fitting slightly loose throughout the leg. The cut in this style flares out slightly beginning at the knee. The timeless bootcut Diesel jean never goes out of style, making it easy to dress up for the office or a date. Because bootcut jeans tend to cover your shoes, boots in whatever style you choose work best, but casual shoes and sneakers look good too. Whatever style shirt you choose, from western-cut to dress shirt, tee shirt to polo, tucking it in with a stylish belt makes the bootcut style.
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