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Wearing girls' jeans?
My main girl used to be big, but now through hard work she is a pretty 45kg from 67. She was cleaning out her old wardrobes and I see some very very nice designer jeans. So I gave them a try. I stayed away from all the obviously feminine pair ofc.

Other than the lower waist line, I'm surprised to find that the jeans fit perfectly, especially on the butt. I asked her opinion and she said "I just want to spank your butt with those jeans"

Still I would like some second opinions on here, since I don't want to appear feminine and since most guys I know are so fashion-blind they wear jeans so baggy you can fit two legs in one.

All are designer jeans with very nice material, nicer than most of my pair.

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RE: Wearing girls' jeans?
I like #3, but honestly they all look ok to me. #1 is a little short and the stitching a bit loud, but nothing crazy. #4 fits well though that pocket stitching is a bit outre for my tastes, though not loud by fashion jeans standards. If the jeans look good and they're free, you'd be a fool not to at least try them. It's not a sundress, you won't become the town tranny for putting these on.

Skinny jeans got their start among men wearing women's jeans.
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RE: Wearing girls' jeans?
This thread is useless without before and after pics of your girl Tongue

The pair in the 1st and 3rd pic's are too light a shade of blue, but not so bad for you not to wear since its free. The silhouette looks good in the 3rd pic.

The pair in the 2nd pic is a lot better but the break (the amount of fabric pooling around your ankles) is way too big, you're going to want to cuff them (within reason, too big a cuff would look awful) or get them altered if you can.

Also, why do you always tuck your shirts into your jeans? Makes you look too FOB imo like I said in the other thread on your style. Unless it's a shirt that's made to be tucked in (like a dress shirt), leave them untucked.
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06-01-2014 10:36 AM
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No. 2 has some extra loose fabric in the upper thigh / crotch area.

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06-01-2014 10:41 AM
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You are not the first one Wink



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06-01-2014 10:48 AM
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RE: Wearing girls' jeans?
Thanks for the input guys. I've been wearing skinny jeans for as long as I can remember, but this is the first time I try girl's skinny jeans.

Too bad, no.2 is a Calvin Klein limited edition. I might need to tailor them a bit. Can't imagine my petite girl used to fit in this thing....

OH: I heard girls can always tell if you are wearing a girl's jeans, is that true? If they bring it up I might have a great time teasing "Yeah I get one jeans from each of my partner" etc.


(06-01-2014 10:36 AM)Deluge Wrote:  This thread is useless without before and after pics of your girl Tongue



Also, why do you always tuck your shirts into your jeans? Makes you look too FOB imo like I said in the other thread on your style. Unless it's a shirt that's made to be tucked in (like a dress shirt), leave them untucked.

Lol I don't wanna look at her before pictures. Right now she's a solid 7 but before it was just overweight.

Yeah I remember your advice but the thing is that I'm short and that shirt if left untucked would go almost past my crotch, making my legs look much shorter. It visually shortens me even more Sad Any solution? All my shirts fit me perfectly EXCEPT the length.

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RE: Wearing girls' jeans?
Those aren't female skinny jeans. They're not even male skinny jeans. Have a look into the skinny jean thread to see what mens skinny jeans actually look like.

I have a feeling the prevalence of obesity and overweightness is fucking up people's clothing sizes. I'm 5'9 with a lean toned build and think that U.S Mens Small shirts come down a bit too long, that said I'm very picky when it comes to clothes... The pictures you'll see of male models on online clothing stores are virtually always of 6'1-6'2 guys wearing merely Medium sized shirts. If a 6'1 and lean dude is modelling "Medium's" and there's no XS available (which is true for a majority of items) something is clearly very wrong with the builds of most men today...

I don't really know how to help you with t-shirt lengths. One time however, I was at a store during a 70% store wide sale when I saw a short sleeve shirt I really liked. The length came down ridiculously long despite the otherwise great fit. There was no smaller size, and for such a good discount for such a great pattern I couldn't help myself, I copped the shirt and had my tailor chop some length from the bottom off for free and now it fits like a charm. I don't know much about alterations, all I can say is try everything on yourself before you buy, and take your tops to a tailor and see if anything's possible. Good luck.
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"I have a feeling the prevalence of obesity and overweightness is fucking up people's clothing sizes. I'm 5'9 with a lean toned build and think that U.S Mens Small shirts come down a bit too long, that said I'm very picky when it comes to clothes... "

Obesity has little to do with limb length. It's more that Americans, fat or slim, go for clothes that's one size too baggy. Typically, a 'fitted' medium is equivalent to a non-fitted small. The more fashion forward or youthful brands have less baggier mediums than general middle America brands like Hanes.
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RE: Wearing girls' jeans?
Definitely. And because of vanity sizing the size numbers aren't even accurate anymore.

I have long arms and finding shirts can be difficult.

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Unless they have stupid inscriptions or motifs as many girls' jeans do, I think they're fine.

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(06-01-2014 10:50 AM)Dalaran1991 Wrote:  OH: I heard girls can always tell if you are wearing a girl's jeans, is that true? If they bring it up I might have a great time teasing "Yeah I get one jeans from each of my partner" etc.

The fact that the fly faces the other way is a dead giveaway.
06-02-2014 01:08 AM
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(06-02-2014 01:08 AM)JWLZG Wrote:  The fact that the fly faces the other way is a dead giveaway.

What do you mean?

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(06-02-2014 04:44 AM)Handsome Creepy Eel Wrote:  
(06-02-2014 01:08 AM)JWLZG Wrote:  The fact that the fly faces the other way is a dead giveaway.

What do you mean?

Just like mens' upper garments button left side over right, so do the flies of their trousers. Ergo, womens' tops button right side over left and so do the flies of their jeans.
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Most people aren't even aware of the fact that the fly faces the other way for men. And even if some people do notice, who cares? I used to wear girls' jeans all the time back when I was so skinny I had no choice. They're usually cheaper as well
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RE: Wearing girls' jeans?
Why did I click on this thread? Was it the curiosity? Am I a crossdresser in making? Shit, roids are making me philosophical, I'm trolling myself.

Anyway, those jeans don't look girly to me, more like unisex. Lots of big girls buy male clothing "as a present for boyfriend" to avoid embarrassment of looking ridiculous trying to fit in something smaller in front of skinny customers and staff.
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The fly ( zipper) is almost 70% on the men's side in women's jeans. Wearing women's jeans is iffy because most girls can tell. Look how they rounded up around hips vs straight cut in men's. It's obvious to me and I think most women what is what. The other question - maybe some women will find it attractive? I can't think it's going to be a turn off. If anything - a conversation piece ( opener). Back in the day was a PUA opener - girls,let me get your opinion - I got these jeans and I think they might be women's...lol
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http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/247826.php

Quote:"Men who wear tight or ill-fitting trousers or underwear which is restrictive around the groin area could be damaging their health. Wearing tight-fitting clothing over a prolonged period of time can lead to urinary tract infections leading to over-activity of the bladder- a type of bladder weakness as well as a low sperm count and fungal infections.

Fuck this shit I'm throwing all these skinny jeans out of the window.

I've noticed I haven't been getting morning wood for a while and these days it's just harder for me to get hard, even with watching my favorite porn. And I got fucking whiskey dick when I SNL a smoking girl!

Could be a lot of other issues but I'm not taking any chances.

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(01-23-2015 11:30 PM)Dalaran1991 Wrote:  http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/247826.php

Quote:"Men who wear tight or ill-fitting trousers or underwear which is restrictive around the groin area could be damaging their health. Wearing tight-fitting clothing over a prolonged period of time can lead to urinary tract infections leading to over-activity of the bladder- a type of bladder weakness as well as a low sperm count and fungal infections.

Fuck this shit I'm throwing all these skinny jeans out of the window.

I've noticed I haven't been getting morning wood for a while and these days it's just harder for me to get hard, even with watching my favorite porn. And I got fucking whiskey dick when I SNL a smoking girl!

Could be a lot of other issues but I'm not taking any chances.

The article seems to indicate that tighter pants cause urinary problems, not what you seem to have issues with. Maybe hit the Nofap thread and cut out porn/jerking off for a while and you will surely see some positive changes...
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Quote:Wearing girls' jeans?

...Is kind of gay.

Or hipster. Go for the second.

If they fit just keep them, there no reason to let a good pair of jeans go to waste. Use them to work around the house. Or wear them ot every once in a while, who cares? If anyone asks, yeah, they are girls pants. You have women sleeping over. They leave clothes behind.
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No.
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I'm hung like a field mouse but because of my build I often find my cock and balls are being overly accentuated. It's really my biggest "fitment" issue.

So I have to think these would be even worse
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Only ones I'd consider wearing are #3, the rest just don't fit right IMHO.
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lol jeans #4 even have sparkling pretty stones on the back pocket..... come on now son you weren't seriously considering wearing those?
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^I couldn't help thinking of that episode when I was reading this thread earlier today.
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