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Skinny Jeans For Men Of All Types

Updated on November 12, 2010

Skinny Jeans For Men

All men are created equal ... Yeah right! Ya can't prove that by looking around the mall. Short, tall, thin ... and not so thin. There's so many body styles out there, but the predominant form is a bit more rounder than it was when I was a kid. But hey, I'm not here to poke fun ... I'm here to solve the problem!

So what, evolution hasn't given you the perfect body ... take a page from the women and become a master of camouflage! That's right, we're here to talk about skinny jeans ... and they aren't just for women anymore!

Liposuction ... tummy tucks ... hours at the gym ... and for what? To get the perfect body? Let's face it fellas, all we need is a good disguise to conceal that which isn't perfect and the jean makers of the world have heard our calling! Here's to Men's Lib!

Still with me? Good! Now, let's have a look at these things called ... skinny jeans.

What Are Skinny Jeans?

Skinny jeans have actually been around since the 1950s. All they amount to is jeans that are tapered down to the ankle to make your legs look thinner, which will make you look thinner. Pretty cool magic, right?

Available for $30 and up these jeans are found everywhere, with Levi being the main supplier. Of course, they're only for women, right? Are you kidding me! Look up 'mens skinny jeans' and you will find tons of sites selling them. This is a new revolution, and it's tailored (literally) to men!

So, if you think those ladies at the mall look pretty cure in those tight jeans, imagine what they will think of you when they see you wearing the same thing. Thin is in ... and looking thin is every bit as good as being thin. After all, have you ever seen Hollywood starlets without their makeup? The look pretty normal, right? But once they put on that makeup they become the stuff men's dreams are made of. As I said before, a clever disguise will always work its magic.

Won't Skinny Jeans Make Me Look Like A Metrosexual?

Look around you ... The metrosexual look is in! Today's women want a man that looks as good as they do, and they don't care what cheats we use to get to our goal. Why should they? After all, they have been cheating their good looks for years, so why should they blame us for playing the same game?

There's also a psychological effect to skinny jeans. By looking thinner we feel thinner, and this makes us feel better about ourselves. This improves our bravado, which makes us look more impressive to the other half.

Of course, some men might fear being cramped inside of skinny jeans, but many different types are made for many different body styles, allowing you to find the pair that will fit well, make you look slim, and allow you to step your stride in confidence.

And the best part ... she probably won't realize you are wearing them! Why? Men have this thing about playing fair. They work out to build a better body and never resort to gimmicks to look thinner ... at least that's what most women believe. That means they will never suspect our little secret, which makes it all the more easier to get away with!

Will Other Guys Laugh At Me For Wearing Skinny Jeans?

It's a concern ... and one that needs to be addressed. After all, male bravado is struck to the core when our fellow guy buddies laugh at us, right? Like the time your grandmother decided to wear bell bottoms for you as a kid ... after the hippie phase ended. Worn once and tossed back into the drawer ... never to be seen again. Will skinny jeans suffer the same fate?

Given how conscientious everyone is over their weight and appearance nowadays, skinny jeans won't go away any time soon. And for all you know, your buddies are already wearing them? Do you know of a male friend who recently lost a weight? Didn't see him at the gym, did you? And now you know his dirty little secret.

Are Slim Jeans Really For Men?

Unless you want to spend endless hours in the gym, then yes, they are for you. Remember, it's only cheating if you don't get caught and women aren't wise to men wearing skinny jeans yet - or if they are, they're enjoying the new look too much to say anything of it.

So, if you are searching for a new look that doesn't involve cutting out flesh or destroying yourself at the gym then skinny jeans are for you. Now, don't you feel better now that we have had this talk?

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