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Guys wearing chick's jeans...

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Oddly Familiar, Apr 26, 2005.

  1. InspectorGadget

    InspectorGadget Active Member

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    maybe because some people looking for skinny jeans are 10 sizes smaller you, therefore have the options of trying out ladies jeans?
     
  2. chronoaug

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    wait? are you saying that girls don't have a wider variety of colors and washes to choose from compared to men?
    Maybe very slightly. If you mean they have easier access to these things then yes, i agree. Still, h&m, uniqlo, urban outfitters, american apparel all have a large variety of colors, cuts and washes for men. I think it's partly that most men (on this forum at least) ignore those and focus on the simpler dark washes so they don't notice the others. always love a good spambot necropost though
     
  3. Jr Mouse

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    maybe because some people looking for skinny jeans are 10 sizes smaller you, therefore have the options of trying out ladies jeans?

    There are no men's options that would fit them?

    Look I have no problem with a guy wearing women's clothing. If that's what they like and enjoy, the more power to them. I just can't understand how it would be needed from a "fit" standpoint. There has to be a men's jean that would work out there.
     
  4. underwearer

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    exactly...Im as small a dude as one can be and ive never had trouble finding jeans that fit.

    I find it hard to believe that a guy couldn't find a couple pairs of men's jeans that fit them well out there. There are tons of different cuts and styles to choose from. I don't see why you would need to resort to girls jeans.

    I know a lot of "rock stars" in the past wore them, but that's different. When you are a musician you go for a certain outlandish look.
     
  5. Listi

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    With cheap monday tight, nudie thin finn, and levi's 510... Plenty of men's jeans that can be found pretty much as skinny as you'd possibly want.

    I challenge anyone to be "too small" for levi's 510 28x32. I put on a pair once, took me 10 minutes, and I couldn't walk...

    And if you're too small for 510, ande whall rakers are smaller and not stretchy lol

    No reason whatsoever to wear girls jeans. If you find a pair you like, go for it, nothing wrong with it. But usually it comes off looking weird.
     
  6. underwearer

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    The only reason I can see if someone is really skinny and like to rock the really skinny rocker look, but this was true maybe until 5-10 years ago.
     
  7. Desi

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    There are no men's options that would fit them?

    Look I have no problem with a guy wearing women's clothing. If that's what they like and enjoy, the more power to them. I just can't understand how it would be needed from a "fit" standpoint. There has to be a men's jean that would work out there.


    i enjoyed the fit of the female levis corduroy this past fall over the men's sizing and selection. planning on trying the Opening Ceremony ones (which I believe are unisex) this spring.
     
  8. Doctor

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    I find that, in general, guys on this site are

    1) Too skinny
    2) Too effeminate.

    I propose that you all (1) hit the gym and (2) MAN UP.

    This is a men's fashion forum. Dress like one!

    Thanks for listening.
     
  9. ratboycom

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    I find that, in general, guys on this site are

    1) Too skinny
    2) Too effeminate.

    I propose that you all (1) hit the gym and (2) MAN UP.

    This is a men's fashion forum. Dress like one!

    Thanks for listening.


    I propose that you (1) Shut the fuck up and (2) there is no two.

    I think SF has by in large the most manly dressing dudes on the internets fashion forums without being some kind of forum for Bears or something. Fits here are straight and simple not overly tight or anything, in a word most are boring (blame teh group-think).

    Personally I wear skinny jeans because straight fit look more like "relaxed fit" on me as a naturally thin and tall guy who cant pack on muscle if he tried.
     
  10. Listi

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    I find that, in general, guys on this site are 1) Too skinny 2) Too effeminate. I propose that you all (1) hit the gym and (2) MAN UP. This is a men's fashion forum. Dress like one! Thanks for listening.
    Maybe you should be more accepting of the fact that some of us enjoy being skinny and don't buy into your stereotypical image of what a man is. I've seen dozens of posts about people telling the skinny members of the forum to "BULK UP" well maybe we're just not that insecure about our bodies to feel a need to do such a thing.[​IMG] Also, last time I checked men have been dressing what you would call "effeminately" forever... Kilts? Tights? Togas? Let's not even get started on the way royalty has dressed throughout the ages. Is having an open mind considered effeminate these days?
     
  11. Doctor

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    I propose that you (1) Shut the fuck up and (2) there is no two.
    Oooh... I hit a nerve? [​IMG] [​IMG] I was trolling guys. Truce.
     
  12. underwearer

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    I think SF has by in large the most manly dressing dudes on the internets fashion forums without being some kind of forum for Bears or something.


    lol
     
  13. Master-Classter

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    Seriously, you gotta post pics of these things. I can't see how anyone would know they're chick's jeans unless you just told everyone.
     
  14. APK

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    I like how the OP was all "So I wear girl jeans, so what, wanna fight about it?"
     
  15. brad-t

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    I find that, in general, guys on this site are

    1) Too skinny
    2) Too effeminate.

    I propose that you all (1) hit the gym and (2) MAN UP.

    This is a men's fashion forum. Dress like one!

    Thanks for listening.


    people will really fall for anything here
     
  16. Rosenberg

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    Maybe you should be more accepting of the fact that some of us enjoy being skinny and don't buy into your stereotypical image of what a man is.

    I've seen dozens of posts about people telling the skinny members of the forum to "BULK UP" well maybe we're just not that insecure about our bodies to feel a need to do such a thing.[​IMG]

    Also, last time I checked men have been dressing what you would call "effeminately" forever... Kilts? Tights? Togas? Let's not even get started on the way royalty has dressed throughout the ages.
    Is having an open mind considered effeminate these days?


    I applaud your effort in retailation, but this is the USA. Nobody ever wore kilts here. And I don't want to be compared to any kilt-wearing pussies.
     
  17. brad-t

    brad-t Well-Known Member

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    I applaud your effort in retailation, but this is the USA. Nobody ever wore kilts here. And I don't want to be compared to any kilt-wearing pussies.

    i was unaware this internet forum was a state of the USA
     
  18. Rosenberg

    Rosenberg Well-Known Member

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    people will really fall for anything here

    i was unaware this internet forum was a state of the USA

    [​IMG]
     
  19. sabvinnie

    sabvinnie Well-Known Member

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    I find that, in general, guys on this site are 1) Too skinny 2) Too effeminate. I propose that you all (1) hit the gym and (2) MAN UP. This is a men's fashion forum. Dress like one! Thanks for listening.
    Nice!

    There are loads of spray on dudes jeans out there, no need to borrow your girlfriends.
     
  20. brad-t

    brad-t Well-Known Member

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    [​IMG]

    i knew you were kidding, my reply was just desperately unfunny
     

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