They were kinda stretchy and comfortable. I have a 28" waist, have since high school, and while as another mentioned in the late 90s and early s it was really hard to find men's jeans that weren't crazy baggy and I bought a few pairs of women's jeans myself , it isn't nearly so hard now. I was just reminiscing of my college days.
Thanks, I'll check those because I'm not curvy So larger thighs wouldn't really work I'll check those out though thanks! One caveat is that they tend to have poorer construction, cuts, etc. Still a pretty good deal tho. Guys wearing girls jeans was a trend 10 years ago in the emo scene. It was usually paired with a too-small t-shirt for an obscure band, a too-small hoodie with a big broken heart on the front, chucks, and a reverse mullet short hair with long bangs covering the eyes.
Be aware, the jeans might make you look like a short-haired girl from behind, assuming you are getting them in a slim fit. So you'd have to be comfortable with that. They tend to be cut differently to accommodate a woman's body. I don't get why you're getting downvoted you added about the same amount to the dialogue as I did. Honestly, if you're on a budget or if you just like it , and it fits your body well, buying women's clothing isn't a big deal. People get too worked up over what you should and shouldn't do when you're insert gender.
If someone wants to wear women's clothes, guess what, more power to them, you do you. It doesn't matter what you're implying, what I'm saying is that it can be both weird and not a big deal. It speaks nothing of the person's character, it's just a rarity and worthy of being called weird.
If you disagree with that, it's fine, I don't see why this is hitting people's sensitivity so much. There's nothing wrong with being weird, but it's silly to reject the notion that it's weird to want to wear clothes meant to fit another body build entirely. It is weird, it's just not a big deal.
Depends on how liberal you are with the word. I think there is a very very very small percentage of people who are actually doing this. And I don't really think that it's a muscular dude trying to fit into a size 4 dress. But the questio isn't about a sweater, it's specifically about jeans. It really doesn't matter, I see people are obviously too invested in this conversation to even care about what I have to say. Back in the day, when I was a teenager fitted clothing was not the norm, people including myself would wear them since the offered a slimmer profile.
Nowadays however it seems that fashion caught up, and everything is slim cut. You should look into raw denim. Most of jean designers vanity size, so a 27 really fits like a Whereas most of the raw denim designers create jeans true to size. It is however more of a lifestyle choice. So take that into consideration. If Raw denim isn't your thing, most of those companies also offer already washed denim.
I had the same issue 10 or 15 years ago. I would buy women's jeans because most men's jeans and nearly ALL inexpensive men's jeans in the early s were "relaxed" or "baggy". I could pretty much only find decently fitted jeans in the women's section. Of course, nowadays women's jeans are much more divergent from men's jeans as far as the cuts, so it's probably harder to pull off without looking weird. And then there's the whole thing where modern women's jeans have tiny little pockets you can barely fit a matchbook into.
I've seen men wear women's jeans hey, it's college and you can absolutely tell. It's just a different cut. They won't look as good, usually. They'll generally have a different rise, probably lower since women don't typically have dicks or scrotes and be wider in the hip area.
That said, if they do look good and it's not obvious you're wearing women's jeans, I don't really see the harm. As for men's denim that's available in small sizes, I know Gap and Banana Republic offer 28" waists online in at least some of their styles and you can just return them to a store if they don't work.
Uniqlo goes down to a 29", and their 29" probably fits like Gap's 28". I have a 28 waist, on the cheap end AE jeans fit me pretty well and they go down to size 26 or 27 waist I believe. The denim is a little thin though. I can't say much about women's jeans, but if you want a men's equivalent..
How skinny are you looking for? I wear a small waist size 30 , and Levi's carries down to 28 I think. I know they carry I wear their "super skinny " which isn't as skin tight as advertised, if you have a smaller frame like I do.
Heh, all I can think about with this question is this episode from the I. It can be a comfort or sexy thing. I think that might just be another way to save money, think about it, do you drive the same car?
My only limitation would be my underwear. I think those look really good on you Ryan. Another good thing bout buying Jeans in Asia is that they will have a seamstress in the store to help you alternate the length so that jeans can fit you instead of you fit into the jeans. But my point is not shopping in Asia, my point is that if the jeans fit you, it does not matter if it is for guys or women as long as the ornaments on the jeans are suitable.
Really I tried on first when the shop seller suggested me to try women jeans due to i need size zero bottom jeans, i was really not in a mood to try but he told more guys will go for women jeans when they need tighter look, then i tried Flying machines twigy super skinny jeans, man i was totally shocked how it look never before i felt like good on wearing the jeans lke that after all thats fabric we have to choose, and more space in front no problem there at all it looked like just skiiny fit jeans of men looked like but i felt a new experience and buyed it.
Thanks for the post. I really think that those jeans looked very good on him. Some men find it very difficult to transcend the limiting social gender barriers.
Seriously though, them jeans looked good on him. It I was his gf I would not mind him wearing those jeans to go out to dinner. The jeans suit you just have to be taken up. I sometimes wear womens jeans that fit me, but I have a size Just a note, as I just read another post down there: I have lost 51 pounds in the last 6 months, worked out and toned up, and love it.
You can see that I actually have a pretty nice body. I had guy jeans from when i was this size before and despise the fit, but now own enough girl jeans to give all my guy ones to goodwill. One positive thing about females wearing our clothes the last fifty years big time is fashion designers pull out all the stops on variety being offered.
Females have much more choices in their menswear than males do. BlackSwordsman01 , Feb 26, I also wear these to work. I figure they are pretty much the same as mens. Feb 27, DeathLok , Feb 27, Indalecio , Feb 27, Groove-Armada , Feb 27, Why does this thread surprise anyone?
How are people so quick to forget about DeathLok? Darksaber , Feb 27, I think you can pull it off. Feb 28, DeathLok , Feb 28, I hate men's jeans because I find hem extremely gay! And I am not gay, so there you have it. AssassinAltair , Feb 28, You must log in or sign up to reply here.
Feb 28, · Just curious. All my jeans are womens. Some have a flare and some are wide leg. One pair is boot cut from old navy. A lot of the guys here love the super skinny spray on jeans (as you know) and will often resort to wearing women’s jeans for that reason – they want a closer, tighter fit. My fiance Adam (our male reviewer) always wears women’s jeans, in fact, 99% of his denim collection is women’s. A guy’s Experience Trying on Women’s Jeans Jeans / February 28, by Fashables I’ve often heard of guys wearing women’s jeans to get the fitted look, but it’s not something I’ve personally tried, until now (I run a fashion blog and should be well versed right?).