The key to finding the perfect pair of jeans is finding the right fit to complement your body type and personal style. From extra slim to tapered, we offer a diverse range of fits to ensure everyone can find their perfect match. Explore our Jeans Fit Guide and embrace the confidence that comes from wearing a pair of jeans that fits just right.

EXTRA SLIM FIT

SLIM FIT

TAPERED FIT

REGULAR FIT

DIFFERENT WASHES

Acid wash

Originally popular in the 1980s – here the denim is washed with acid or bleach, which creates a special speckled effect.


Bleached
Here a lighter shade of blue is achieved by means of a bleaching agent. Often only certain patches are bleached, for example the area around the knees or thighs. The opposite of this is "raw denim", where the jeans remain in their original deep blue state.


Rinsed
Jeans are washed in a particularly natural way that is gentle on the material with a cold rinse that doesn’t contain bleach or other chemicals. Only minimal lightening of the denim takes place.

 

Stone wash
This wash is considered the most popular. Here the jeans are washed with stones, which creates a cool used look. One positive side effect of this method is that the denim becomes softer and more comfortable.

 

In addition to the these washing processes, there are many other methods with which denim is treated to achieve the desired colouring and texture. Meanwhile, almost any denim colour can be implemented - even beige or pastel pink are within the realm of possibility.

 

CARE TIPS FOR YOUR JEANS

Good to know: Don’t have time to wash your jeans? A night on the balcony or a few hours in the freezer is enough to combat any unpleasant odours.


Already found a perfectly fitting pair of jeans? Then you should know the best way to take care of them. This includes machine washing at a maximum of 30 degrees and with a maximum of 1,000 revolutions. The cold wool wash cycle is particularly recommended - this is gentle on the fabric and prevents shrinkage. It’s also best to avoid fabric softener when washing your jeans.