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Denim Guide


Want to know which style jeans will suit you? We talk you through the different fi ts below. B.


A. STRAIGHT £ 80 COMFORT £ 60 TAPERED C. £ 99 BOOTCUT D. £ 99


straight This is where it all began for denim! The original fi t that dates back to the birth of the jean. With a square yoke, square top and fi ve pockets, 501s are absolute classics.


A. Levis ‘501’ jeans £80 Cotton. Big blue light. Waist (in) 30S, 32S, 34S, 36S, 30R, 32R, 34R, 36R, 38R, 32L, 34L, 36L, 38L. 2F GCV22


comfort An easy to wear fi t that’s loose through the leg and sits low on the hips. The great thing is that everyone can wear them!


B. Wrangler ‘Utah’ stretch jeans £60 99% cotton, 1% elastane. Blue wood. Waist (in) 30S, 32S, 34S, 36S, 38S, 40S, 30R, 32R, 34R, 36R, 38R, 40R, 42R, 32L, 34L, 36L, 38L. N5 CN71C


tapered Loose fi tting around the thigh but tapered in to create a slimmer lower leg. A must have for the fashion conscious!


C. G-Star RAW jeans £99 Cotton. Light aged. Waist (in) 28S, 30S, 32S, 34S, 36S, 38S, 28R, 30R, 32R, 34R, 36R, 38R, 28L, 30L, 32L, 34L, 36L, 38L. 3H 91016


bootcut Straight through the leg but fl ares slightly from the knee. An easy to wear style!


D. Diesel ‘Zatiny 73N’ bootcut jeans £99 Cotton. Medium blue. Waist (in) 30S, 32S, 34S, 36S, 30R, 32R, 34R, 36R, 38R, 32L, 34L, 36L, 38L. 29 76118


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