How Much Should One Reveal The Underwear When Wearing Sagging Trousers?

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  1. ngureco profile image82
    ngurecoposted 8 years ago

    How Much Should One Reveal The Underwear When Wearing Sagging Trousers?

  2. Truth Is Beauty profile image54
    Truth Is Beautyposted 8 years ago

    As with all questions regarding dress it is important to consider where one is.  If you are skateboarding with friends then I suggest you feel free to wear your pants as low as you like (preferably not so low that they fall down which is kind of impractical).  If you're attending a movie with friends then hitch the pants up a little, but you can still show some underwear.  If you're visiting your grandmother or attending a semi-formal family function then I suggest you not show more than 1 inch of underwear.  The older generation generally do not appreciate this fashion and may interpret your dress as disrespectful.  In all cases, underwear that's displayed should be in good condition and clean.

  3. stricktlydating profile image83
    stricktlydatingposted 8 years ago

    I don't like viewing other people's underwear in public. I don't find it cool or attractive.  For both guys and girls I think wear your pants above your undewear line.

  4. dabeaner profile image54
    dabeanerposted 8 years ago

    If you are a loser punk, then wear your pants as low as possible and show as much underwear as possible.

    BTW, cops love that look for two reasons:
    1)  Anything going down, they look for the baggy pants punks.
    2)  They can catch the punks easier because the punks have to use one hand to hold their pants up when running.

  5. brimancandy profile image79
    brimancandyposted 5 years ago

    I hate the saggy pants look. I'll never understand why young guys think having their ass sticking out of their pants is attractive. People say that the media doesn't influence how we act. The baggy pants crowd is a prime example. But, then again, the 70's was full of it's weird fashion trends as well. And, nobody would ever dream to wear the underwear that was worn in the 1800's or dress that way. (unless it's long underwear for warmth. That hasn't changed much in 100 years.

    I agree with Truth is Beauty. It depends on where you are, and who you are with. I just saw a video, where a guy is walking around with no shirt on, with full view of his white underwear sticking up out of his jeans. It looked pretty hot on him, because he's a good looking guy. But, I think if he had been wearing a shirt, the view of his briefs wouldn't have been there. OH, and by the way, the reason he had his shirt off, is because someone was drawing a tattoo on his back.

    Those kids who wear their pants belted below the waist, with the full moon boxers, to the point where they walk like they soiled themselves, I think that should only be done around friends, and not in a public place. I'm glad that some cities and schools are coming up with laws to stop it. It just looks stupid.

    Funny thing. I was at a Poison concert once, and this kid with the saggy pants was running across the floor, and his pants fell to his ankles, and he did about 4 crash rolls on the floor. Looked like a cartoon. They even showed it on the big screen, and everyone roared laughing. So, it can be good entertainment.

 
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