Perfect Fit

The Kentucky Gent, a men's fashion and lifestyle blogger, hangs out at the Highline during NYFW.

When hunting for the perfect fit of denim there ain’t no mountain high enough, ain’t no valley low enough, ain’t no river wide enough to keep me from finding the best fit. I’ve always been something of a denim junkie. I mean – does it get much more southern than a good fitting pair of jeans? I don’t think so. 

Being a tall guy finding GOOD fitting jeans that don’t cost an arm and leg can sometimes be next to impossible, especially if you’re a fan of slim or skinny fits – like myself. Which is why I was more than a little excited when H&M reached out to me about test driving some of their new & updated denim fits. I headed into my local store before heading to NYFW and picked up one of their new skinny fits + a slim fitting pair.

There’s a few things I look for when trying out a new pair/style of jeans: how they fit, if they’re long enough, and how they hold their shape. Being 6’4, but only 180 pounds has it’s disadvantages, namely how clothes fit me. It’s incredibly hard to find a 31 in waist, with a 34 inch inseam, but H&M had me covered – so far so good. On to the next test question: since I tend to live in denim it’s important for me that they keep their shape. There’s nothing worse than having saggy butt after wearing the jeans for a few hours, am I right? I may not have 6 pack abs or a killer chest, but I’ve got certain other assets. Best part about my new H&M jeans? They show off said asset. In other words – they passed my test with flying colors

What’s better than a good fitting pair of jeans? A good fitting pair of jeans that doesn’t break the bank. If you’re like me finding the perfect fit is worth a share or two, so share your perfect fitting denim with myself and H&M by using the hashtag #PerfectFits & tagging us on social media: Twitter: @TheKenGent / @HMUSA, Facebook: The Kentucky Gent / H&M or Instagram: @TheKentuckyGent / @HM

The Kentucky Gent, a men's fashion and lifestyle blogger, hangs out at the Highline during NYFW. The Kentucky Gent, a men's fashion and lifestyle blogger, hangs out at the Highline during NYFW. The Kentucky Gent, a men's fashion and lifestyle blogger, hangs out at the Highline during NYFW. The Kentucky Gent, a men's fashion and lifestyle blogger, hangs out at the Highline during NYFW. The Kentucky Gent, a men's fashion and lifestyle blogger, hangs out at the Highline during NYFW. The Kentucky Gent, a men's fashion and lifestyle blogger, hangs out at the Highline during NYFW. The Kentucky Gent, a men's fashion and lifestyle blogger, hangs out at the Highline during NYFW. The Kentucky Gent, a men's fashion and lifestyle blogger, hangs out at the Highline during NYFW.Thanks to H&M for sponsoring this post, as always all thoughts + opinions are my own.

Photos by Ch.25

10 Comments

  • Wiktoria February 20, 2015 at 11:42 AM

    Looked at a few of your posts and I have to admit that you have a really cool style . Rarely find blogs on which they are fashion tips for guys so I’m crossing my fingers for you 🙂 This is my blog -> click (my blog is in Polish, but there is the option of translation :3)

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  • Wonderland Clothing February 20, 2015 at 3:33 PM

    great look!

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  • sprinklesofstyle February 21, 2015 at 8:03 AM

    Your photos look wonderful – this is a really great look and whilst it’s got a cool vibe to it, there’s also an effortless feel to it which is perfect!

    Layla xx

    http://www.sprinklesofstyle.co.uk

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    • The Kentucky Gent February 25, 2015 at 4:55 PM

      That’s exactly how I try to dress every morning, so thank you!

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  • Tyler Williams February 22, 2015 at 1:47 PM

    Love the H&M x Louboutin combo – that’s how I wear my Loubs most of the time 🙂

    http://www.tylerhwilliams.com

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  • Ben Heath February 22, 2015 at 5:18 PM

    H&M is the best place to buy a pair of jeans that fit and are comfortable, you really can’t go wrong! On the other end of the scale, those Louboutins are so cool…

    Ben | http://www.twentyfirstcenturygent.com

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