4 Levi’s Jeans To Wear This Summer For Men

The Levi’s Jeans To Wear This Summer 2020

Guys, it’s definitely time to shake off the snow and start looking for your Spring and Summer must-have jeans. We have chosen 4 different styles from the iconic brand Levi’s for you to cast your eyes upon for Spring Summer 2020. Levi’s is an affordable brand and their jeans are the ultimate classic, so whether you’re attending a festival or going for a smart casual look, they will be suited. Check out the denim options below and let us know what you’re loving for this season too!

Regular Fit Levi’s 501 Jeans: When it comes to regular fit, Levi’s 501 are THE go-to jean. Not only are Levi’s periodically tweaking the fit, features and even the fabric to ensure the ultimate comfort; these durable jeans are under £50 as well and are built to keep wear and tear to a minimum, so they could be the only pair you buy and are sure to last (though, if you are anything like us, you will definitely be buying more than one pair!). The 501 was the brand’s very first jean, as you know from our history of Levi’s blog post, so if you haven’t yet got a pair, they’re the ultimate must have for any denim lover! Who wouldn’t want to own the first fashionable jean? Black is great for dressing up too so they can take you from day to night with just a couple of changes.

Skinny Saint Mark Jeans:  In order to create the Saint Mark, Levi’s took the coveted and timeless 501 original and turned it into yet another masterpiece. By incorporating a slimmer leg, these jeans look fantastic whilst still maintaining the functionality that every man needs. These beauties boast a five-pocket construction as well as the well-known durability that Levi’s are famous for. They’re a bargain price too, especially if you want them cheaper than retail. Skinny jeans for men are absolute must haves now and the tighter the better generally, so these could be a great transition jean for anyone looking to go slimmer than the classic 501. The mid blue wash is also really easy to wear!

Wapp Stretch Tapered Jeans: These jeans definitely deserve a spot in our top picks, due to their versatility they are perfect for every body type. These are the perfect go-between for people that aren’t looking for super-baggy jeans, but may not feel comfortable wearing skinny-fit jeans. Grab the Swaggu Warp in this vintage wash and walk tall this summer. Fits like these are very popular at the moment for both men and women, so pairing them with a vintage graphic tee and some sneakers could be an option for an easy look this Summer.

511 Slim Fit Jeans: Perhaps the most cost-effective of our top picks, but with just as much to offer. Enjoy clean lines, a mid rise and a five-pocket construction for a long and lean look. These jeans sit just below the waist to ensure you are as comfortable as you look. The 511 is one of Levi’s classic jeans and is a slim fit stretch, but in this sand shade, it’s the perfect option for any warm weather. Why not try styling them with a simple short sleeve shirt for the daytime, or dressing them up with boots and a jacket for the evening? This colour definitely comes in handy when building a classic wardrobe!

With so many style-choices, your Summer is well and truly covered. Whether you stick to one signature look or are interested in experimenting with different looks; you can never go wrong with a pair of Levi’s jeans in your collection. Which pair do you love?

Main image credit: Levi’s Strauss / Jeans image credit: Jean Store



  1. Brad D
    March 12, 2018 / 1:18 pm

    Blah….Since discovering the fit of girl jeans these all look extremely boring. LOL

  2. March 12, 2018 / 1:32 pm

    Get people use to what you wear as man women can wear anything men can wear women clothes going from jeans to a skirt is something you eaze into blend colors make look good on you maybe tights and black tea skirt or short jean skirt with tights has blend right look good on you

    • Brad D
      March 12, 2018 / 3:28 pm

      Not sure that skirts are the answer…yet

      • anonimatovato
        March 12, 2018 / 5:29 pm

        I’ve actually worn black leggings, even some with prints, and with a longer shirt they look like black skinny jeans or pants with the best stretch I could ever ask for! I don’t wear skirts, but I do own one pair of girl shorts, and they look great with leggings as well. I wear women’s Levi’s besides my other girl jeans, they fit so well, just have to look out for the ones where the rise is too low, they look so alike men’s levi’s, most won’t tell you’re wearing women’s. And they fit the way most Levi’s should if you’re looking for tighter fit.

        • Brad D
          March 12, 2018 / 6:35 pm

          What kind of girl shorts are you wearing? I have thought about trying them after figuring this girl pants thing out.

          • anonimatovato
            March 12, 2018 / 6:54 pm

            It’s from the brand “Paris Blue” short rolled up with a very dark wash and cute back pockets. They mix well with black leggings underneath.

    • Lorna
      March 12, 2018 / 7:09 pm

      Hi Darwin, I did message before to ask you to please stop posting about heels and skirts. We’re a denim forum/blog and every comment you leave is about skirts and heels, it’s not relevant to our content. Women’s jeans are fine, but please don’t leave anymore comments forcing people to wear skirts. Thanks!

      • Brad D
        March 12, 2018 / 7:45 pm

        Thank you! Keep up the great work

  3. July 23, 2020 / 7:40 am

    The design of jeans is simple yet attractive. I liked Skinny one the best. Given the skinny body I have, it suits best for someone like me. The 511 color is dope.. Will look dope with black shirt or t shirt.

  4. July 23, 2020 / 7:47 am

    The skinny one and 511 have my heart. They look so great. Having a slender body, they should fit me well. I have had issues with levis jeans fitting over my thighs but these look promising. Will try them or similar ones available in India.

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