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Should there be any breaks when wearing straight leg or slim-fitted jeans

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by docka, May 9, 2013.

  1. docka

    docka Well-Known Member

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    Dress pants are perfectly fine with minimal breaks, but does this apply to dark jeans as well?
     
  2. direstrats220

    direstrats220 Member

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    I've found that for jeans specifically, unless you've rolled your pant leg or are wearing ball-buster skinny jeans, having some breaks is expected and not having any looks unnatural, and the pants are probably too short.
     
  3. cyc wid it

    cyc wid it Well-Known Member

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    Don't make a thread for questions like this. Do some more reading... if you still haven't figured it out by looking at pictures/other threads, post in the ask a question thread.
     
  4. echoes

    echoes Active Member

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    i think it depends on your overall look and whatever else you're wearing - the more formal your outfit is, the less breaks your jeans should have, but as you move towards a more casual look, more breaks and stacking are fine.

    obviously, wearing a blazer with dark jeans that stack heavily is going to look off.
     

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