SS16 men’s jeans trends by House of Fraser

Jeans are must-haves for any man’s wardrobe. However, with so many styles to choose from, it can be difficult to decide which is best for you.


To ensure you lead the fashion pack whatever the occasion, here’s the must-have denim trends for spring/summer 2016:

White jeans

Neutral colours are set to be popular for SS16. White jeans are a great choice that can help you successfully pull off double denim, although it can be a bold look to conquer. If you’re going to work them right, you’ll need bags of confidence.

House of Fraser’s collection of men’s jeans features a range of white options, including everything from slim-fit styles by Ralph Lauren to straight leg jeans from Tommy Hilfiger.

Stretch denim jeans

Crafted from a flexible type of denim, stretch jeans are incredibly comfortable and will give you a closer fit than other types.

Because of this, it’s often used to create skinny jeans, as they won’t sag or lose their shape. They’re really versatile —pair them with a t-shirt for casual days or a crisp shirt for evenings out.

Ripped skinny jeans

Skinny jeans are the Marmite of men’s fashion — you either love them or hate them. However, whatever your views, there’s no denying that ripped skinny jeans are cool.

Spotted on a host of A-list bad boys, they’re effortlessly casual, helping you create a just-thrown-on look.

A whole host of men's jeans from House of Fraser

A whole host of men’s jeans from House of Fraser

Distressed worn in jeans

Distressed worn in jeans are another option when creating a just-throw-on look. Aim for overdye treatments and sulphur washes and you will achieve a lived-in look effortlessly.

Just be sure to keep the look genuine, as authenticity is key with this trend — the jeans should look like they have been worn in but not to the point that they appear ready to be thrown out.

Embellished jeans

Not a fan of rips in your jeans? Then we advise you look at the other end of the spectrum and opt for embellished jeans instead.

Features such as patchwork or sewed-in elements will add interest to your denim and make them even more eye-catching.

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by DannyUK


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