Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by acecow, Jul 6, 2011.
Scarf, Hermes shirt, old navy diva jeans, brooks brothers cordovan shoes.
Just saw Brave with my daughters.
Tonight, dinner (Va-de-vi) and a play (Spunk) at Cal Shakes with Sara.
I'm thinking loafers rather than lace-up with these jeans.
Would that even be possible? I'm afraid that if he gets any skinner he's going to wither inward like a plant that hasn't been watered.
Holy shit this was funny.
PWT: Are these jeans comfortable in your crotch area?
They can't be considering they're made for people with innies.
I know these are women pants. I just don't quite understand why he's wearing them. I mean, if one wants to go ultra slim, there's enough men pants that fulfill that need, especially nowadays. Maybe you can link me to the thread where PWT explained it?
yeah he mentioned that a chick he previously dated or is dating liked the look on him and following the equation "tight pants + mooseknuckle = fresh poon" I say keep rocking the diva jeans.
Legit point. Just looks.. unhealthy. Anyway, I think I like PWT, so he can do what he wants to.
Are PT's Old Navy Diva jeans boot cut or skinny?
I think old navy calls them flute cut.
i'll get a full length photo with the jacket someday and you can be the judge
The major disadvantage is the pockets, not the hardware , and the fact that the zipper doesn't go down far enough. A stick of lipstick is the most women ever carry in their pockets, no keys, no wallet, no cell phone, and no comb. I've not notice that much of a difference in the room for the hardware between kiton and these jeans. I have yet to meet a woman who could care less about kiton jeans (in fact who could care less about anything we discuss on styleforum) , but let them know that you're wearing women's jeans then they get totally facinated about this incredible fashion discovery you've made, and i've milked that for all its worth.
I am trying to emphasize my new lean look as much as possible because I am dealing with a major age handicap, so I think a firm looking butt helps (thats what they said in Sleepless in Seattle), but I suspect that men's skinny jeans would work as well, but I don't know, and these things were $30 (less than the shipping on my last pair of kitons). This whole topic has been beat to death in the past in the streetware/denim section, with nothing actually being decided. In the San Francisco Bay Area, being a cross-dresser probably puts you into a protected class, and you'll make your employer's diversity officer really happy, all for a pair of jeans with too-small pockets.
Tonight, I ditched the diva jeans for my purple kiton jeans, but its unclear that it made much difference.
is that blazer simon spurr? i'm wearing the same one tonight
random alpaca scarf from Argentina
Simon Spurr blazer
my douchiest u-neck tee
Simon Spurr deep purple cords
Vass navy 3 eyelet bluchers
This is great news for PT, as I believe it's been a concern of his for quite some time.
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