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post #1 of 53
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I can rarely find men's jeans that fit me very well. The jeans that fit very well tend to have a bit of spandex blend (such as some Levi's skinny jeans). Do you feel comfortable browsing through the women's aisles for jeans: jeans that have a low rise, a bit of spandex and generally show off your shape?

I'm reluctant to try this, as I live in Oregon, which is not exactly metrosexual friendly. Do salesgirls treat you weird if you try on women's jeans, or do they find this to be a regular occurence?


Adamm
post #2 of 53
while its all personal preference....i would feel uncomfortable doing this... im in canada, which is probably quite similar to oregon.
post #3 of 53
I'd by far prefer a bit looser men's cut rather than a perfect-legged women's cut.

well,I have all that I need in mens' cuts,but still
post #4 of 53
I'd say fucking wear men's jeans.
post #5 of 53
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Originally Posted by adamm View Post
I can rarely find men's jeans that fit me very well. The jeans that fit very well tend to have a bit of spandex blend (such as some Levi's skinny jeans). Do you feel comfortable browsing through the women's aisles for jeans: jeans that have a low rise, a bit of spandex and generally show off your shape?

I'm reluctant to try this, as I live in Oregon, which is not exactly metrosexual friendly. Do salesgirls treat you weird if you try on women's jeans, or do they find this to be a regular occurence?


Adamm
try some Diesel Zathans, there are some stretch washes and you can probably get a pair for really cheap.
post #6 of 53
hell sometimes i get looked at funny asking to try on 29w mens jeans.....cuz it doesn't look like i would fit into them....but i do...barely! haha

i think next time i may have to quote vince: "get it right....get it tight"
post #7 of 53
you dont imagine the face a salesperson makes when a guy 1m91 tall asks for w26l32
post #8 of 53
I don't feel uncomfortable when I do it.
Men's and women's jeans are made for the same purpose anyway.
post #9 of 53
when i was browsing in the womens washes at the diesel store. the lady said, "we get this all the time with guys, dont worry"
post #10 of 53
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I'd say fucking wear men's jeans.
indeedz
post #11 of 53
I'm not one to wear women's jeans
but hey, whatever help you sleep at night
post #12 of 53
what kind of fit are you looking for?
post #13 of 53
Thread Starter 
I'd say you have a fucking way with words. Thank you for your fucking comment and for your fucking opinion, fucking avatar.

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I'd say fucking wear men's jeans.
post #14 of 53
Thread Starter 
Something that's fucking fitted. Just kidding. But seriously, I do want a fitted look, but it's got to be comfortable also. I find if the fit is slim, it tends to be uncomfortable. The only jeans that I've found which are slim, and fitted and exceptionally soft and comfortable are Levi's with spandex blend.

I don't really care what the brand is, I'm looking for that rare combination of fit, comfort and style. Levi's has two of the three. But their washes are not that interesting, and while their backpocket treatment is symbolic of quality and tradition, it's not as interesting as some of the brands that people follow here.

Adamm

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what kind of fit are you looking for?
post #15 of 53
It shouldn't matter as long as it is a unisex fit. women's low rise + men's crotches don't mix at all.
post #16 of 53
are u a small guy?? if so i kinda know how u feel. i have a friend who is really tiny, my size 27 jeans look huge on him, only women jeans would fit him nicely...
post #17 of 53
89S is a very soft,lightweight,stretch,and classy mono black wash

thanaz 89S should be a good thing to start with
post #18 of 53
^agreed especially any Thanaz for that slim fitted feel...I feel like some girls could even get away with wearing Thanaz so if you don't want the embarrasment try Thanaz
post #19 of 53
I don't cuz it makes my PACKAGE look totally huge
post #20 of 53
Slammer will make your package even bigger - and i know we all love packages
post #21 of 53
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Slammer will make your package even bigger - and i know we all love packages
I just about shit my pants, lol
post #22 of 53
There's a new blog about this topic up on our designer jeans blog - men who wear women's jeans. There are some designers now making men's skinny jeans that fit more like women's jeans that some of you might like too!
post #23 of 53
I understand where Ur commin from.
I used to be one skinny fcuk till I was like 20: 5'6 120 lbs w/ 24 waist~

Although I was in pretty good "built" shape, I could hardly pull off any men's jeans due to my micro hip.
I went w/ Seven's as U can't really tell difference, but most women's Diesel tend to have small back pockets, which creates that feminine look which does NOT look good on guys.
post #24 of 53
diesel has sooooo many cuts for guys. some are are on the more feminine/unisex tip. so try on some of the recomended pairs son.
post #25 of 53
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It shouldn't matter as long as it is a unisex fit. women's low rise + men's crotches don't mix at all.
Amen to that.

With a women's rise, you might as well take a nut cruncher and say to hell with your little buddies.
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