BIG Baggy Jeans Return For Men

In this post-pandemic, TikTok-ruled era of style, the guys have all been shamed out of their once-beloved skinny jeans. Now, it’s all about the straight-leg alternatives or the return of 90s style baggy jeans, which dominated all the fashion weeks. 

Spring/Summer ’23 is clear – the baggier, the better. 

With roots in ‘90s skatewear, the baggy jean has been threatening a return for many seasons now. With the world having spent the past few years relying heavily on loungewear (during Covid times) it seems only fitting that the baggy jean would hit its “stride” now, given that none of us can fathom leaving our soft comfy tracksuit ensembles to squeeze into a pair of skinnies. 

As seen on Justin Bieber who has the baggy jean trend well and truly in the bag, baggy jeans utilise our renewed penchant for 90s nostalgia. So, if you’re looking to stray from the narrow-minded, narrow-legged denim of your closet’s past, the flattering and nostalgic cut of the almighty baggy jean awaits. From voluminous, anti-fashion statement picks to more wearable takes by Cos and Levi’s, there’s a baggy jean out there for every style, ‘fit and feel. As the saying goes, go big or go home…


As their name suggests, Levi’s Hella Baggy skate jeans are, well, baggy. Shy and retiring types need not apply – these gargantuan grey rinse slacks will draw more than a few admiring eyes. But if turning heads is your thing, they’ll be right up your street, with a parachuting silhouette that takes ’90s style to the extreme. Nailing nostalgic trends, they’re crafted with Levi’s expertise in denim fabrication and fit, so will also last you long after the baggy boom dies down. Spoiler: it won’t. £100. At &



In a gently slouching cotton that rises higher on the hips, Uniqlo’s baggy jeans are easy to wear and even easier to style. Minimal embellishments, save for a brown contrast stitch make these a go-to for all your laidback looks. Wear with pretty much anything, anywhere from the pub to the park – their loose fit keeps you cosy through all kinds of casual occasions.  £39.90



Back in the ’90s, Tommy Jeans fanned the flames of the new baggy trend, and its iconic red and blue logo was seen on the denim of pop stars everywhere. Reaching back into its archives, the brand’s Aiden jeans aren’t just a good take on a trend – they’re the source material, baggy and embroidered in authentic ’90s style. What’s better than an original? £85 At



Minimalist hero of the high street, Cos has just the pair for those looking to start off small before going full-Bieber. In a washed black tone, these baggy jeans are louche but simple, and have been sustainably crafted from a blend of recycled and organic cotton, thereby providing ease and comfort to both you and the planet. £89



Sunnier seasons call for breezy ‘fits and lots of light-wash denim, and Asos Design is on hand to supply both. In a baby blue hue, these jeans will have your spring wardrobe sorted, plus carry you comfortably into summer with fabric that resists wear and tear. Roomy and relaxed, get ahead and snap them up before they’re gone. £25. At



Since the dawn of denim, Wrangler has been leading the charge with innovation at its core. Originally founded in 1947 and designing primarily for cowboys, Wrangler continues to create strong, durable denim to this day, now with a fashion-led mission. Presenting these Redding jeans for the new season, the pair is defined by their daring low waist and voluminous, baggy silhouette. £90



Inspired by traditional workwear but elevated for the modern man, these Superdry baggy jeans make the ideal pick for dipping your toe into the trend with their more approachable, less dramatic bagginess. In a deep indigo rinse, these jeans are detailed with a wealth of pockets and a single loop at the mid-leg, channelling a distinct utilitarian vibe that’s straight out of the noughties. £54.99