Originally Posted by archetypal_yuppie
^ Happily. You may appreciate the folksy 1940's (1920's? 1880's?) effeminate look. Those pants would be seen as completely ridiculous by 95% of people that I encounter on any given day. For god's sake look at the strap on the back. WTF?
I don't understand how "folksy" and "effeminate" are compatible. Aren't gay men associated with a strongly urban vibe? I suppose there's the Brokeback Mountain
approach, but tutee's trousers are as citified as you can get. In fact, the classic effeminate trousers are tight and low-rise, like this: http://www.layoutlocator.com/graphic...ight-jeans.jpg
nothing like tutee's. Also, pants like tutee's aren't made to be worn without a jacket. With one, they look like ordinary, but unusually crisp and long-legged, pants.