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He or She? Wicked Women's Jeans For Men

Updated on October 14, 2009
These are, perhaps, a little too low. But you get the idea...
These are, perhaps, a little too low. But you get the idea...

If you're the type of guy who likes to wear women's clothes but doesn't want anyone else noticing, then women's jeans are an excellent purchase. With the wide range of styles and cuts out there, and predominant fashion trends ranging from baggy 'gangster' pants to super skinny 'emo goth' tubes of doom, you can pretty much wear any kind of women's jeans you want and get away with it.

First up, a couple of popular and very 'feminine' styles of jeans which you may want to try.

Low Riders

Low riders are popular among women because they tend to be comfortable and sit under that little belly pooch that even runway models have. Men may find themselves attracted to this style of pants, but beware, there is very little room for anything in there, if you get my drift. The lower cut combined with the fact that the jeans are designed for women may mean that your junk ends up in close proximity to your trunk. This is more acceptable for some men than others.

Low riders are also suitable for men because they are designed to sit low on a woman's hips, they don't assume that there is a waist and hips to allow for, so you want get weird baggyness around your waist where your womanly hips would be if you were female.

Skinny Leg Jeans

These jeans really only look good on women who have legs kind of like guys anyway (those little skinny women, or teenagers who have yet to grow into their curves.) Men can wear women's skinny leg jeans without so much as a sideways glance, though once again, there may be very little room for your many bits and pieces in there, so wear them at your own risk.

Golf Punk Jeans

This is my first and only brand recommendation in this particular hub, and it's because I personally love golf punk jeans. They are cut in such a way as to flatter the female figure and they usually have a bit of room in them in which a man might be able to make himself comfortable. Many Golf Punk jeans also feature a button fly, a godsend if you happen to have one of those bodies that rejects zippers and sends your fly hurtling open at the slightest provocation.

Apparently Golf Punk isn't widely available outside Oceania, but Calvin Klein also makes incredibly comfortable jeans that look amazing too.

Belt from:
Belt from:


Feeling feminine can often be achieved with accessories. Match your ladies jeans with a shiny belt! Try sequins, cutesy motifs, whatever gets your tummy fluttering. Because so many rockers have made dressing up jeans an artform in itself, you are likely to get away with wearing a sexy girl's belt with your jeans, even if it happens to be a foot thick and covered in gold sequins and red love hearts.

Do Not:

Buy jeans with writing across the ass. It's just tacky.


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      Tommiecd 7 years ago

      Misses jeans are extremely comfortable. Guys with skinny legs can wear most stretch womens jeans and not get a second glance, they feel great. No more pinching your package as with mens jeans. 3% spandex are the best. The only drawback is the smaller pockets.

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      Kyl 7 years ago

      I am looking into buying womens jeans because I have trouble finding normal mens jeans, they don't fit because Im skinny. I normally have to buy kids jeans, but they are usually too short.

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      Jesterscourt 7 years ago

      To start, my wife got me started on wearing womens clothing about 14 years ago. It was most likely her way of being a smart@ss but, I put her panties on anyway. To both our surprise, we both liked what we saw and what I felt. And thus began my trip into womens clothing.

      I love to wear womens low cut jeans. My wife usually picks them out if we are in a store but, most of what I have has been ordered of the internet. A few places I have purchased from are:,, and

      The biggest problem I have is finding them in my size (13, 14 Regular) in the low cut style. I do wear panties just about everyday and, have ventured into wearing some fem shirts and t's.

      The biggest thing I worry about is if others notice that I'm wearing women's jeans. Or if they can notice that I have a panty line depending on what type of panties I am wearing that day.

      None the less, I am totally comfortable in what I wear on a day to day basis and have no plans on changing up what I like.

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      george 7 years ago

      the funny thing is women normally think the girl jeans would never fit a guy , Well the truth is the woman's jeans with the spandex lover rise smaller zipper can fit guys better than any jeans ever made , they can be worn tight medium loose or baggy either way they are a much better fit . Mens jeans are to bulky to thick, they ride up to high they fall off as you walk .

      I wear womens jeans because they do fit better and feel better and i do not need a belt to hold them up

      I do not wear them flashy and obviously woman's my 3 favorites

      are women's levis straight midrise 552 horizen , Straight cut old navy the flirt in authentic color , and a plain pair from lucky brand all 3 of these jeans fit guys really good and can fit you how you want them to .

      i wear them a little hug on rear but loose all over . When i sit down the stretch so they do dig into my belly like regular men jeans do .

      just because you hear man in girl jeans don't think about those ridiculous pencil leg jeans the emos wear cause that's not what it is . on these 3 jeans no one knows if they are girls or guys jeans that's how perfect they are

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      katrina 7 years ago

      old navy has great fitting jeans for a guy that can pass off as men jeans but depending on the size you buy you can have the girl look or man look either way they are super they are called the flirt !

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      Mikk 7 years ago

      I like the picture at the top, hmmm where to find

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      Zeta 8 years ago

      Another great timely post,Hope! Thank you.

      I have two pair of low riders which are extremely comfortable. I don't carry a purse, so the pockets area little shallow, but I reduce the cargo to the minimum and it's not a problem. These are from Sears.

      I also have two pair of normal waist jeans from L.L.Bean in stretch velvet. The velvet on the light-coloured jeans is not obvious and doesn't get a second glance. On the dark green pair, it's more obvious. (What does 'moleskin' look like?). I haven't worn them in public yet, but will in Autumn.

      I also have two pair f L.L.Bean stretch corduroy slacks with side zippers. I like that.

      My favourites for cut and fit are L.L.Bean Chinos. I love that the zipper goes the other way, and when I catch my wife in a good mood I'm going to ask her to make me a 'back-buttoning' shirt...

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      Nanciboy 8 years ago

      I started buying woman's pants specifically so I could find casual pants that weren't jeans. Yes, I know there are also twill/chino and corduroy but I like the fit of woman's too. I am small for a man (in several ways :) )

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      Kevinnzcd 8 years ago

      I always 'tuck' because, to me at least, it looks better and panties just don't look right with a huge buldge filling out the front, so Low Riders and persfect in my case and those ones at teh top look great, now to find where on earth, or at least in NZ, I can get a pair :D

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      Hope Alexander 8 years ago

      Women have tummies too, you know :)

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      Misha 8 years ago from DC Area

      With my tummy... woman jeans... I am getting fits even thinking about it :D