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Boyfriend Jeans | Crossdressing Hypocrisy For The Win!

Updated on July 2, 2009

Weird turned up cuffs too short for your actual leg. Baggy butt and thighs, you kids will wear whatever those tards on 'The Hills' tell you to wear, won't you? Ye Gods. (In other news, get off my lawn.) This is an article on boyfriend jeans, jeans designed to look like a woman wore her boyfriend's jeans, but awww, they're so cute and baggy that she's had to turn up the cuffs and she could be stashing an AK-47 down one leg of the darn things, they're just that baggy, awww.

Call me crazy, but I don't think we're going to be seeing men in jeans that are several sizes too small for them, which cling to their thighs like glad wrap and which end about an inch below their knees. No, men in 'Girlfriend' jeans is a highly unlikely fashion trend. But women in 'boyfreind' jeans, well, there's absolutely nothing wrong with that, is there? (You know, apart from the fact that they don't fit very well, don't flatter the female figure and overall create the impression that you're some kind of recession hobo who has been stealing clothes at random from the laundromat.)

I put these in the same sort of category as Harem Pants, and no, I don't think it is a coincidence that the two styles have come out on the heels of one another. I knew Harem Pants were a bad idea the moment I laid eyes upon them, but I had no idea that they would lead to this trend, which I am well aware, has already taken off on campuses and hip hang outs across America and indeed, the world. Like Swine Flu, these things made it to New Zealand after a school trip came back from the American continent, and like Swine Flu, nothing was done to stop their insidious spread. Fortunately it is winter here right now, so we will probably be spared this particular twist in the coil of fashion insanity until spring. It's fine to look trendy, but even the most die hard fashion followers, won't do it at the expense of having their ankles freeze and then snap off.

It's interesting to have reached the age where you disapprove of most new fashion trends. It's like having the mind of a 60 year old in the body of a 27 year old. Imagine the things I can do with this power. I don't have to just shout at children to get off my fashion lawn, I can actually chase them about with a big stick. Yippee!


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      9 years ago

      The most interesting one I came across when doing research for a nineteen page research paper I wrote was the "boyfriend miniskirt" sold at Victoria's Secret.

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      9 years ago

      Life is unfair, being a guy. When we take small steps to take better care of ourselves, we are laugh at being "vain" or worse "gay".

      Perhaps it is just the media, pulling too many punches at males, and too little at the females.

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      9 years ago

      I think they look like tomboys, I think I'd almost be inclined to say it's an indication of a perhaps 'fluid' sexuality too. But I could just be being very judgemental and am willing to stand corrected.

      I think a lot of female fashions these days are geared toward women being more attractive for women, in a fully sexual way. I could be wrong, but that's how it seems sometimes.


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