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post #31 of 36
Thread Starter 
lol... thanks for the help guys. now i have to decide whether to get the filson or wait for the fillmore. i tend to prefer loose (but not baggy) fit jeans
post #32 of 36
Get the Filsons.  (Hey, 30% off is 30% off, use code "luckymag") for Goclothing.com.  They are slim, but unless you are a 100 meter sprinter, they are not too slim (and remember that 1) I like jeans loose too, and 2) Rigid denim will stretch out over time more than washed and rinsed denim.) You can always get the Fillmores later...  It is always a good time to indulge.  Unless you're completely broke.  Then it's Mac and cheese time.
post #33 of 36
Thread Starter 
thanks for the code LA guy. im not broke but im not cashed up either. to indulge or not to indulge that is the question.
post #34 of 36
Geeting back to the few post above, what's the attraction of wearing jeans really low for a male? Like some members say, it just make your legs look short if you aren't careful in coordinating the rest of your outfit.
post #35 of 36
Thread Starter 
for me personally i just find it more comfortable wearing my jeans low on the waist
post #36 of 36
Wearing your jeans lower makes your legs look shorter and your hip:waist ratio look lower. In other words, it looks more masculine. I would look like a brick house if I wore jeans up at my naval.
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