Fashion - men's jeans

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  1. Marisa Wright profile image96
    Marisa Wrightposted 10 years ago

    Not strictly shopping, but I have a question.   What's the future of men's jeans?   

    You can tell that, unlike women, men never check out their own back view.  Otherwise, they'd realise those baggy jeans make them look as if they have ridiculously short legs and a sad, saggy arse.

    I have seen a few guys around with skinny (what I would call drainpipe) jeans. Unfortunately the only men who seem to wear them are painfully thin dweebs with nothing to show off!  And even they sometimes wear them low on the hips and baggy in the behind.

    Oh, to see a guy in a well-cut pair of fitted jeans showcasing a nicely muscled butt.  Women's fashions are tight and revealing these days so men get plenty of eye candy, what about us gals?

    (I should really post a tongue-in-cheek smiley here but too lazy to find one).

    1. SweetiePie profile image83
      SweetiePieposted 10 years agoin reply to this

      I think this would make an interesting hub topic.

  2. premsingh profile image61
    premsinghposted 10 years ago

    Jeans are not for all. These suits only few and some people looks quite odd in jeans irrespective of gender. I am not sure what girls like to prefer about boy's dress. Its clear what boy's like to see in women but not so clear about girls' choice which dress of boys will satisfy them most(eye candy for girls).

  3. SweetiePie profile image83
    SweetiePieposted 10 years ago

    I do not wear jeans that often because I do not like them very much.  I did when I was younger, but now I prefer to wear black pants, dresses, and skirts.  Jeans were never my favorite I guess.

  4. protjack profile image52
    protjackposted 10 years ago

    My fat ass does a nice job of filling the jeans leaving me with no problems.

  5. elisabeth reid profile image61
    elisabeth reidposted 10 years ago

    I can fill the jeans just fine...I just have to remember the toothpaste prinicpal and make sure  I don't overfill 'em.

    Better a little baggy than a little butt-crack.

  6. profile image46
    Tibbyposted 10 years ago

    Well, if you love the person, does it matter?

    1. sukkran profile image65
      sukkranposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      Yes you are correct.  If you love a person, who wear a jean, is so handsome. isn't it?

      sukkran

  7. Soya profile image51
    Soyaposted 10 years ago

    wel i donno what happens when you reach your 30s ,but for youngsters between 16-25 age group love wearing t=jeans most of da time..it feels so comfortable in it..

  8. cflynn profile image74
    cflynnposted 10 years ago

    i prefer mens jeans a little baggy...too baggy does look saggy,  too tight looks icky on any guy. but well cut....or fitted???? are we still talking jeans? 

    jeans need to be casual at the very least going to rock and roll or punk at the other end of the scale. Fitted and well cut =slacks. There was a theory on this side of the pond that Jeremy Clarkson (presenter on Top Gear) singly handedly caused jeans to be v v uncool and he wore a nice 'fitted pant'.

    I think guys wearing  baggy jeans are going for the ultra casual, 'im so fit i don't need to try' look. the skinny jeans type are more arty but the funniest has got to be the ones belted accross the buttocks showing 50% of their underpants and bum...its got to go wrong sometimes and be soo uncomfortable.

    does it really matter...hell yea i couldn't fancy wentworth miller in skinny jeans tongue

  9. profile image42
    luxualposted 9 years ago

    If you want to know what's the futrue of jeans read this post:http://www.dnrnews.com/site/article.php?id=2600
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  10. aniketgore profile image62
    aniketgoreposted 9 years ago

    The future should be given thought by older peopls.  But until i become 40 i wont care about how the jeans look. I  just care it is comfortable to me. And always there are good jeans for old peoples also. So no need to worry about Mens Jeans. I don't know about gals:D.

  11. Elynjo profile image56
    Elynjoposted 9 years ago

    One thing I know is my husband would still be wearing levi's 501 button fly jeans 40 years from now, if they are still in business. :-)

    1. tshirts profile image55
      tshirtsposted 9 years agoin reply to this

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