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jeans to wear with dress shoes/loafers?

darkbat

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So I've recently encountered a problem.

My jeans look great with sneakers and boots, but when it comes to dressy shoes for the evening out I have one of three problems:

1) My bootcut jeans' openings are too large and cover up way too much of the shoes
2) My tapered jeans are too narrow and gives a clown-feet-like appearance
3) The straights are usually too big too, probably because of the specific cuts that I have though.

Are there any jeans that you guys have found to be perfect for dress shoes? Pics would be much appreciated too.
 

whatever123

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Originally Posted by darkbat
So I've recently encountered a problem. My jeans look great with sneakers and boots, but when it comes to dressy shoes for the evening out I have one of three problems: 1) My bootcut jeans' openings are too large and cover up way too much of the shoes 2) My tapered jeans are too narrow and gives a clown-feet-like appearance 3) The straights are usually too big too, probably because of the specific cuts that I have though. Are there any jeans that you guys have found to be perfect for dress shoes? Pics would be much appreciated too.
there is a small question thread to handle items such as this. having said that, if bootcup is to big, tapered is to small, and straight is to big = your to demanding or you have a strange body shape. maybe try a custom pair of jeans...? good luck.
 

Raxxman

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Originally Posted by whatever123
1 = your too demanding

(corrected a typo, sorry
)

seriously, most clothes you have to compromise a bit.
 

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