How to wear Y/Project Y Project Classic Straight Leg Jeans
For a look that's very straightforward but can be dressed up or down in a variety of different ways, make a grey blazer and beige jeans your outfit choice.
If you don't like putting too much effort into your combos, wear a brown leather biker jacket with Y/Project Y Project Classic Straight Leg Jeans. Complement your outfit with brown leather casual boots to jazz things up.
For a relaxed ensemble, consider teaming a charcoal cowl-neck sweater with Y/Project Y Project Classic Straight Leg Jeans — these items work pretty good together. The whole outfit comes together when you complement this look with a pair of dark brown suede desert boots.
Reach for a white and navy horizontal striped crew-neck sweater and Y/Project Y Project Classic Straight Leg Jeans from farfetch.com for a practical look that's also pieced together nicely. Got bored with this ensemble? Introduce a pair of tan suede desert boots to spice things up.
A brown check wool blazer and beige jeans are essential in any modern man's great casual arsenal. Complete your getup with a pair of brown suede desert boots and the whole ensemble will come together wonderfully.
For a casual outfit, wear a green leather biker jacket with beige jeans — these two items fit pretty good together. If you want to effortlesslly level up your outfit with one single item, complete this look with dark brown leather tassel loafers.
Go for something practical yet trendy in a navy denim jacket and Y/Project Y Project Classic Straight Leg Jeans. For a truly modern hi-low mix, introduce brown leather cowboy boots to the equation.
Channel your inner menswear maven and opt for a beige double breasted blazer and beige jeans. Dial down the dressiness of this outfit by rounding off with a pair of white print canvas low top sneakers.
Why not make a beige fair isle crew-neck sweater and Y/Project Y Project Classic Straight Leg Jeans your outfit choice? As well as super practical, these items look amazing when combined together. With shoes, go for something on the relaxed end of the spectrum and finish off this look with a pair of black leather work boots.