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Buy Diesel Jeans For A Great Fit In Men And Teen Fashion

Updated on February 2, 2011
Jeans for men.
Jeans for men.

Fashion Tips For Men

When shopping for jeans, always keep in mind the impression you are making by the style you are choosing.  What you wear and how you wear it says alot about you.

American Idol aired a great song audition that finally dealt with the ridiculous trend that more and more teen boys and even grown men have taken too. General Larry Platts put it so eloquently in his song "Pants On The Ground", how utterly foolish it looks walking around with your pants falling off. Whoever put the notion in their heads that this was either attractive or cool was playing a bad joke.

It's almost as bad as the classic childrens book about the emperor with no clothes. The emperor was told his clothes were invisible but the most grand in the country. Therefore, the emperor paraded around town in no clothes thinking he was the most fashionable man around - Foolish! The townspeople had the last laugh.

Hopefully, teens will start getting the message and learn some fashion sense. Thank you to General Larry Platts for coming up with such a catchy tune!


Pants on the ground!
Pants on the ground!

Fashion Emergency

The picture shown is a somewhat mild version of the droopy mens jeans. Some have been seen wearing their pants even a few inches lower. This is an all out fashion emergency that requires some action.

I would like to think that this is all just an accident. A result of boys not wanting to try clothes on and therefore being stuck with pants that are too big. Unfortunately, I'm pretty sure it is a premeditated act. So scary. They even are wearing belts to keep these oversized pants hanging low in just the non-right spot.

Since I am so concerned for these young men, with their underwear on display, I feel it is my duty to help in any way I can. Therefore, I am going to offer some alternative fashion suggestions.

Diesel Jeans - dark
Diesel Jeans - dark
Diesel Jeans - light
Diesel Jeans - light
Guess Jeans
Guess Jeans

Diesel Jeans and Guess Jeans

Here are some fine examples of nicely fitted jeans, pulled up to the proper placement. Belts are all fastened at the hip. No underwear are showing. This is was girls like to see.

Diesel jeans and Guess jeans are both very cool and stylish. The denim is soft and comfortable and is especially comfortable when worn in the proper size and alignment. There is no worry about losing your pants as you are running down the street and you certainly won't trip over the legs.

Shirts tucked in look neat and fashionable but if a shirt is not too long it can be worn untucked.

A person's appearance says a lot about him so much care should be taken to give a good impression. The expense or brand of clothing is not as important as the neatness and correct sizing.  When a person is dressed neatly they tend to put more effort into work or school as well.  Other people will take a careful dresser more seriously and give more respect.

Advertise The Fashion Faux Pas

Instead of wearing your pants on the ground, wear a fun t-shirt advertising the fashion faux pas.

Keep spreading the word that General Larry Platts put into song. Wearing pants on the ground is just wrong!

Pants on the ground, pants on the ground. Lookin like a fool with your pants on the ground.....

These t-shirts come in all sizes and colors to fit your fashion needs. Of course they will look just perfect with those great, snug around the hips, jeans!


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      8 years ago

      Gtrat Article! I thought that was a real gas too, When I saw on TV. Please see my articles , and comment if you like Thank You ! Ron

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      Renee Hanlon 

      8 years ago from Michigan

      Thanks Dave! This was a fun one. I can never understand this "fashion" trend and found Larry Platt's song to be hilarious and so true.

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      8 years ago from Kentucky

      Well written article here. I like the addition of the American Idol clip. I am betting that once they realized that they were making fun of a historical figure they will change their tune. The man has his own holiday in Atlanta. Again, well written article. Thanks for sharing this!


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